[OFBiz] Users - Modification to Shipping Procedures

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[OFBiz] Users - Modification to Shipping Procedures

Ashish Hareet
Have a look at the code for routeOrderEntry in
org.ofbiz.order.shoppingcart.ShoppingCartEvents
http://www.ofbiz.org/api/applications/order/build/javadocs/org/ofbiz/order/shoppingcart/ShoppingCartEvents.html

You could possibly modify the said method where you'll perform your check
& then redirect the user to whichever path is appropriate(can/cannot place an order).

HTH
Ashish Hareet

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Date: Thu, 14 Jul 2005 11:56:44 -0400
From: "Gershaw, Geoffrey" <[hidden email]>
Subject: [OFBiz] Users - Modification to Shipping Procedures
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Hello All,
 
After trying 3 hosters, I found a virtual hosting platform that can support ofbiz.
The hoster is rimuhosting.com. They even setup ofbiz and got it running for me. Enough plug.

I am going to be using the ecommerce piece of ofbiz. For the shipping piece of the ecommerce app,
I will be delivering all goods. There will be no UPS  options etc. The problem is I will only deliver 100 miles
from the store. I want to modify the checkout process to look at the zip code and see if
its in a list of approved zip codes. If it is, the order can go through. If not, I will present an error
message telling the person to call the store etc.


I will use this same verification functionality on the homepage to allow a user to check if they
can be delivered to before bothering shopping online.
 
Can anyone point me in the right direction to the code that handles the checkout and any idea of an approach?
 
Thanks
 
Geoff Gershaw


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Date: Thu, 14 Jul 2005 09:22:31 -0700 (PDT)
From: Chris Howe <[hidden email]>
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This is handled with the Geo and GeoAssoc entities.
Once you've created your group (I don't believe there
is a form to handle this currently, so you'll have to
do it by the database or create a datasource file.)
You should be able to select your IncludeGeoId when
you set up your New Shipping Method.

==============Ggershaw wrote============

Hello All,
 
After trying 3 hosters, I found a virtual hosting
platform that can support ofbiz. The hoster is
rimuhosting.com. They even setup ofbiz and got it
running for me. Enough plug.
 
I am going to be using the ecommerce piece of ofbiz.
For the shipping piece of the ecommerce app, I will be
delivering all goods. There will be no UPS  options
etc. The problem is I will only deliver 100 miles from
the store. I want to modify the checkout process to
look at the zip code and see if
its in a list of approved zip codes. If it is, the
order can go through. If not, I will present an error
message telling the person to call the store etc.
 
I will use this same verification functionality on the
homepage to allow a user to check if they can be
delivered to before bothering shopping online.
 
Can anyone point me in the right direction to the code
that handles the checkout and any idea of an approach?
 
Thanks
 
Geoff Gershaw


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