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INTRODUCED IN VERSION 2.0.0.25 Previously when you import orders from Actinic Desktop / Sellerdeck, any items on an order that are cancelled are ignored. Now, any cancelled items (or a quantity of an item is cancelled) are now taken into account when imported. The items are now correct in One Stop Order Processing and show the correct total to ship for an order.
INTRODUCED IN VERSION 2.0.0.25 There was a bug that if you created 100 import types you could not create any more. This has now been resolved. If you have _Use different order import options for each import type_ ticked you can have a different set of all the options for each import type. This can be useful if you want to have different VAT options for the same import type.
INTRODUCED IN VERSION 2.0.0.25 Support for Avery 8173 has been added. The following table shows the current Avery labels supported Avery 8160 21 Labels per sheet (3 across by 7 down) Avery 8162 16 Labels per sheet (2 across by 8 down) Avery 8165 8 Labels per sheet (2 across by 4 down) Avery 8173 10 Labels per sheet (2 across by 5 down) To use Avery labels to print the order addresses onto labels use the following approach: 1 Click on OPTIONS. 2 Select the INVOICE O...
INTRODUCED IN VERSION 2.0.0.25 The _Email status flags_ have been improved. You can now independently check and set the flag that indicates if an email has been sent for a certain order. In the _Email Template_ dialog, at the bottom is the _Email status flags_ section. If you tick the _Set flag after email is sent_ option, you can only send that email for that order once. This makes sure that you only send an email to a customer once. To make sure an email is only sent once tick the _Don't s...
INTRODUCED IN VERSION 2.0.0.25 To allow for custom import formats that have multiple details for some One Stop Order Processing (OSOP) fields the following fields have been added: Delivery Instructions2 Delivery instructions #2 for courier (e.g. Leave in garage). These are added onto the end of the current delivery instructions (as specified in Delivery Instructions) Item title2 Description of item #2. This value is added onto the end of the current Item title. If the import forma...
INTRODUCED IN VERSION 2.0.0.25 If you have any macros that use a test condition with a blank value as part of the test this could fail. For example, [%INV_COMPANY%][=][Home Address][[%INV_COMPANY%]] NOTE: The text to compare is a blank value (a value isn't entered) and, in the above example, is defined between the [=] and [Home Address] value. This will compare the Invoice Company and if it has no value it should display Home Address on the Invoice (and if there is a company name the Compan...
INTRODUCED IN VERSION 2.0.0.25 When you export orders they can now be exported to a remote server (website). After the order file has been created it is automatically uploaded to the setup server. The export dialog has been updated to include additional options. If you tick _Put file on remote server (e.g. Internet site)_ this will transfer the file. This is shown below: If you click on Server Settings you can include the information for the remote server: For more information on this use t...
INTRODUCED IN VERSION 2.0.0.25 If you are using the Standard Plus (or higher) version of One Stop Order Processing you can automatically import orders from remote websites. This can be useful if you are using any order import types that use the OSOP format (e.g. ekmPowershop or Magento). You can find how to set this at the following link: http://www.1stoporders.co.uk/1StopOrdersAutoOSOP.html [http://www.1stoporders.co.uk/1StopOrdersAutoOSOP.html] You can also use this approach to transfer an...
INTRODUCED IN VERSION 2.0.0.25 You can now automatically import orders directly from Ebay by using the Standard Plus (or higher) version of One Stop Order Processing. You can either click on the IMPORT ORDERS button or automatically import orders at regular intervals using the automation component called OSA.EXE. For information on how to set this up see the link below: Automation Help [http://www.1stoporders.co.uk/1StopOrdersAutoEbay.html]
INTRODUCED IN VERSION 2.0.0.25 When you import PlayTrade orders you can select which countries you want the VAT to be split out for. In the _Import_ _Orders_ dialog, if you click on the _Options_ button. You can then select which countries to split out the VAT for and which not to. By default VAT will be split out for all orders (if the _Split VAT out_ option is ticked in the _Import Orders_ dialog).
INTRODUCED IN VERSION 2.0.0.25 When you import products, e.g. from Ebay or Amazon and you split out the VAT, you can define a main VAT rate to use (e.g. 20%). This is done by under the IMPORT ORDERS menu under ADJUST TAX, tick SPLIT VAT OUT AT and type in your value (e.g. 20%), This is shown below. However some of the products in an order may have different VAT rates (e.g. books). To use a different VAT rate from some items you should create a product (in Product Management) and set its V...
INTRODUCED IN VERSION 2.0.0.25 If you want to have all your orders available to another copy of One Stop Order Processing at a different physical location you can use the following approach (using a website and an internet link). This is explained in the following guide: http://www.1stoporders.co.uk/1StopShareOSOPrdersInternet.html [http://www.1stoporders.co.uk/1StopShareOSOPrdersInternet.html]
INTRODUCED IN VERSION 2.0.0.25 When the Amazon website is very busy the direct download of orders can fail. This has been improved so that if the website is busy One Stop Order Processing automatically re-tries. This means that if you have an automated task that runs every 30 minutes to check for orders, it will keep trying to retrieve order details until they have been retrieved.
INTRODUCED IN VERSION 2.0.0.25 Actinic Online/Oxatis format changed in November 2013. This new format is supported when you import Actinic Online/Oxatis orders.
INTRODUCED IN VERSION 2.0.0.25 When Playtrade orders are imported the delivery-service field is included.
INTRODUCED IN VERSION 2.0.0.25 When you import orders from different countries that use the same currency character (e.g. USA, Canada or Australia), it can be useful to store the ISO currency code. This will allow you to differentiate between what currency was used. To do this click on the options button in the _Ebay_ options and tick the _Store order ISO currency code_ option. You can then select which custom field to put the value in. You have a choice of 1 to 50. To show this field in th...
INTRODUCED IN VERSION 2.0.0.25 Orders exported can now be imported into Quickbooks 2013 and 2014. A new view can be imported (installed into C:OSOPMainQuickBooks2008-CustomerInvoices.mev ). When the relevant orders are selected and exported an IIF file is created that can be imported into Quickbooks. This provides the following: 1 Invoice Number 2 Order Date 3 Customer Name, Company and Address 4 Invoice paid status 5 Order Total 6 Order Item details (SKU, Qty, Description, Tax Code and Tax ...
INTRODUCED IN VERSION 2.0.0.25 If you have the "Only include if not UK" option ticked on the Printing Fields options tab any UKRaine addresses do not show the country. This has been fixed in this release.