Looking for UPS or FedEx api to calculate shipping rates

I found one for fedex, but it seems to be geared for com+ objects on an
IIS server, and the only one that I have found for UPS is for the US
only.

Does anyone know of any others?

Thanks

On Tue, Jul 1, 2008 at 10:47 AM, Chris O.
[email protected] wrote:

I found one for fedex, but it seems to be geared for com+ objects on an
IIS server…

?? Not at http://fedex.com/us/developer/product/solutions.html

HTH,

Hassan S. ------------------------ [email protected]

Boom!

http://shipping.rubyforge.org/

On Tue, Jul 1, 2008 at 12:47 PM, Chris O. <

On Tue, Jul 1, 2008 at 11:41 AM, Chris O.
[email protected] wrote:

?? Not at http://fedex.com/us/developer/product/solutions.html

Those are the ones that I seemed to need IIS for.

Where in the world do you see that??

“Web services” are by definition platform independent.

Or, to quote that very page:

Integrating with FedEx Web Services
FedEx Web Services is the next generation API for integrating software
applications with FedEx Systems. Web services represent the future
application integration because they offer the following:

* Inter-operability: Any Web service can interact with any other Web
   service and can be written in any language.

FWIW,

Hassan S. ------------------------ [email protected]

?? Not at http://fedex.com/us/developer/product/solutions.html

Those are the ones that I seemed to need IIS for.

Brian H. wrote:

Boom!

http://shipping.rubyforge.org/

On Tue, Jul 1, 2008 at 12:47 PM, Chris O. <

Sweet. Not sure why that was not showing up in the search results.

Thanks Brian

On Tue, Jul 1, 2008 at 12:17 PM, Chris O.
[email protected] wrote:

Oops it was these ones that it says in the code that IIS is needed for:
http://fedex.com/us/solutions/shipapi/sample_code.html/

Uh, it mentions IIS in /one/ of the eight sample code descriptions :slight_smile:

In any case, hopefully the shipping plugin will cover up all the WSDL
madness…


Hassan S. ------------------------ [email protected]

Hassan S. wrote:

On Tue, Jul 1, 2008 at 12:17 PM, Chris O.
[email protected] wrote:

Oops it was these ones that it says in the code that IIS is needed for:
http://fedex.com/us/solutions/shipapi/sample_code.html/

Uh, it mentions IIS in /one/ of the eight sample code descriptions :slight_smile:

In any case, hopefully the shipping plugin will cover up all the WSDL
madness…


Hassan S. ------------------------ [email protected]

I looked at the javascript, so if that is the one then I guess that is
just bad luck for both you and me.

Hassan S. wrote:

On Tue, Jul 1, 2008 at 11:41 AM, Chris O.
[email protected] wrote:

?? Not at http://fedex.com/us/developer/product/solutions.html

Those are the ones that I seemed to need IIS for.

Where in the world do you see that??

“Web services” are by definition platform independent.

Or, to quote that very page:

Integrating with FedEx Web Services
FedEx Web Services is the next generation API for integrating software
applications with FedEx Systems. Web services represent the future
application integration because they offer the following:

* Inter-operability: Any Web service can interact with any other Web
   service and can be written in any language.

Oops it was these ones that it says in the code that IIS is needed for:
http://fedex.com/us/solutions/shipapi/sample_code.html/

When I copied your link I missed the “L” in html and got a invalid page
and assumed that it was to the same tools I found earlier.

On Tue, Jul 1, 2008 at 12:52 PM, Chris O.
[email protected] wrote:

I looked at the javascript, so if that is the one then I guess that is
just bad luck for both you and me.

I imagine that you need to register as a developer to get the good
stuff – the API docs, etc.

At least that was the way with UPS some time back; not that their
API actually worked, of course :slight_smile:

Good luck!

Hassan S. ------------------------ [email protected]

Hassan S. wrote:

On Tue, Jul 1, 2008 at 12:52 PM, Chris O.
[email protected] wrote:

I looked at the javascript, so if that is the one then I guess that is
just bad luck for both you and me.

I imagine that you need to register as a developer to get the good
stuff – the API docs, etc.

At least that was the way with UPS some time back; not that their
API actually worked, of course :slight_smile:

Good luck!

Hassan S. ------------------------ [email protected]

Things are a little unorganized, at least on the UPS page. To get a api
key I registered, but have to wait for them to contact me…? Not sure
why that is required.

Thanks for the help

On Tue, Jul 01, 2008 at 10:43:40PM +0200, Chris O. wrote:

At least that was the way with UPS some time back; not that their
API actually worked, of course :slight_smile:

Good luck!

Hassan S. ------------------------ [email protected]

Things are a little unorganized, at least on the UPS page. To get a api
key I registered, but have to wait for them to contact me…? Not sure
why that is required.

Please see
http://redcorundum.blogspot.com/2008/02/quest-for-ups-api.html

Thanks for the help
–Greg

Things are a little unorganized, at least on the UPS page. To get a api
key I registered, but have to wait for them to contact me…? Not sure
why that is required.

Please see
http://redcorundum.blogspot.com/2008/02/quest-for-ups-api.html

Thanks for the help
–Greg

:slight_smile: Does anyone have an api key that they want to share?

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