Just Released! Export Shipping Order Information Version 1.2.0 Contribution

Written by  June 14, 2007

Ok, after a lot of feedback from users on the first version (1.0.0) of my “Export Shipping Information” module for Zen Cart, I have reworked the original contribution to allow more fields and more user flexibility.

This new version (1.2.0) puts the power in your hands as a user. It offers the ability to choose which fields you want included in your export with the standard fields being those that relate to shipping address information (as in the previous version).

Many users expressed interest in also having individual order information exported with each run. This is now included in version 1.2.0. By including this I had to exclude the first row of header information in the export that was in previous versions.

For those that do not need that functionality, you you still have the ability to export only the information that the previous version did, so it won’t affect you any, but again, it does give you some added features you may want to consider if and when the time is right for your store.

A screenshot of the version 1.2.0 is below:

Zen Cart Export Shipping and Order information module contribution plugin

How to Download Version 1.2.0
You can download this new version by clicking here. You will be taken to my downloads page where you can select the new 1.2.0 version.

New Features for Version 1.2.0

  • Ability export additional fields relating to the order details itself (including individual products and associated attributes for an order). To do that, check mark the box of the field(s) you want to add to the export file.
  • Exclusive link to a video tutorial showing you how to use the module.
  • Built in Real-Time feeds from this site Zen Cart Optimization & Marketing to keep you up-to-date on all the latest information to help you increase sales using Zen Cart.
  • and more ….

Upgrading from previous version 1.0.0

For those of you upgrading from a previous version, simply overwrite all files from the previous version when asked. That’s all.

A link to a video tutorial on how to use this module can be found in the “Video Tutorials” section of this site.


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