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OOTB API to update to the delivery and transportation schedules for Carrier Service configuration

We had customer requirement to provide integration interface for carrier calendars.

Calendars to be supported through api/integration at carrier service level are transportation and delivery calendars.

We can see that user interface is provided in application manager to manage the delivery and transportation days and exclusions when its not available.

However there seems to be no API provided to update/manage these.

We see the API listCarrierService which provides the information, but no API to update the CarrierServiceSchedule for each carrier service.

This is in discussion with Engineering/L3 team and PMR TS002675447

Idea Contributors:

Satheesh Kt Nair -

  • Guest
  • Oct 10 2019
  • Future consideration
What is your industry? Computer Services
How will this idea be used?

Customer carriers provide this information via feeds and if  API is available we will be able to update the master data feed as part of Integration without any customization.

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