How to include an SKU on your packing list
Posted by OSOP Support, Last modified by Zoe Strassen on 18 January 2019 03:07 PM
The following guide explains how to include a SKU on the packing list in One Stop Order Processing.
This feature is available in the Lite,
Edit the packing list template HTML and add the relevant macros to add the information from order details and products.
There is a list of all the macros available to be put onto your invoices at the following link:
You can change the templates using an HTML editor such as dreamweaver or a standard text editor such as notepad. This document shows you how to edit the template using notepad.
To edit the packing list template, click Packing List Options tab in the Options and under Print page configuration is Change page layout.
Click Change page layout and continue into Notepad or any other editor that you use to amend HTML to edit the template.
Once the HTML has opened, you can either replace existing macros to one that you would prefer or add them into the correct location.
When the macro has been added, save the document and return back to the One Stop Order Processing software. The packing lists printed from now on will include the information you added into the HTML document.
An example of a product detail that can be added to the packing list is the product SKU, once the HTML has opened, you will need to add the macro [%ITEM_SKU%] to each product line.
To find the right place to insert the macros into, locate the first product line in the report which looks like this:
For the first product line, you will need to add the item SKU macro <td class="is2"> [%ITEM_SKU1%] </td>. The code will now look like this :
There are 20 of these product lines, so you will then need to add them to all 20 product lines.
When you edit the HTML be careful not to accidentally remove tags.
Once this has been done, you will be able to see the SKU number on the packing list, as shown below.
To remove or replace an item from the packing list, you will need to locate the macro on each product line and change the macro. If you wanted to remove the order number, you would need to locate [%ORD_NUM%] and remove each one, or replace with another macro such as the item price which would be [%ITEM_PRICEn%].