My software product is Freight+ Shipping Manifest System. It is certified by UPS/FedEx/DHL/US Postal and supports LTL Carriers.
What I need is a VB programmer to create a simple call to my COM object from VB so I can post it on my web site as an example of how to call my Freight+ COM object from VB.
In Visual Foxpro it only requires four lines of code to accomplish this task but in VB I'm not familiar with the required coding.
In VFP the steps are:
1. Create an instance of the COM Object
x = CREATEOBJECT("[url removed, login to view]")
2. Create the ship-to address record in Freight+
x.frt_header("Gary","TEST COMP","32808 Alderbrk","","Wildomar","CA","92595","9096784545","USA","UPS GRNC","","VERBAL","11221","ACP1",5,1,.t.)
3. Add any line items to be shipped.
x.frt_trans("11221","TEST1","test desc 1",1,5,10,5,1,0,5)
4. Commit the transaction to Freight+ Shipping System.
Discription of my COM Object functions and parameters can be found at <[url removed, login to view]>
I need someone to duplicate the above sample code in VB and send it to me to test. I will need instructions on how to test.. I have VB.Net installed on my R&D machine but am not fimiluar with VB.
What the code does is place a ship-to address and line items into the Freight+ shipping database. It also has a parameter to have Freight+ pop-up inside the VB application real-time as you post the data. All with only the four lines of code in VFP.
If required I can install Freight+ on the VB programmers work station and configure so they can test.
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