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Fulfillment.com APIv2

fulfillment.com

Version: 2.0


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Description

Welcome to our current iteration of our REST API. While we encourage you to upgrade to v2.0 we will continue support for our SOAP API.
Versioning
The Fulfillment.com (FDC) REST API is version controlled and backwards compatible. We have many future APIs scheduled for publication within our v2.0 spec so please be prepared for us to add data nodes in our responses, however, we will not remove knowledge from previously published APIs.
A Current Response
Status Codes
Codes are a concatenation of State, Stage, and Detail.
^([0-9]{2})([0-9]{2})([0-9]{2})$
| Code | State | Stage | Detail |
| ---- | ------------------ | -------- | -------------- |
| 010101 | Processing Order | Recieved | Customer Order |
| 010102 | Processing Order | Recieved | Recieved |
| 010201 | Processing Order | Approved | |
| 010301 | Processing Order | Hold | Merchant Stock |
| 010302 | Processing Order | Hold | Merchant Funds |
| 010303 | Processing Order | Hold | For Merchant |
| 010304 | Processing Order | Hold | Oversized Shipment |
| 010305 | Processing Order | Hold | Invalid Parent Order |
| 010306 | Processing Order | Hold | Invalid Address |
| 010307 | Processing Order | Hold | By Admin |
| 010401 | Processing Order | Address Problem | Incomplete Address |
| 010402 | Processing Order | Address Problem | Invalid Locality |
| 010403 | Processing Order | Address Problem | Invalid Region |
| 010404 | Processing Order | Address Problem | Address Not Found |
| 010405 | Processing Order | Address Problem | Many Addresses Found |
| 010406 | Processing Order | Address Problem | Invalid Postal Code |
| 010407 | Processing Order | Address Problem | Country Not Mapped |
| 010408 | Processing Order | Address Problem | Invalid Recipient Name |
| 010409 | Processing Order | Address Problem | Bad UK Address |
| 010410 | Processing Order | Address Problem | Invalid Address Line 1 or 2 |
| 010501 | Processing Order | Sku Problem | Invalid SKU |
| 010501 | Processing Order | Sku Problem | Child Order has Invalid SKUs |
| 010601 | Processing Order | Facility Problem | Facility Not Mapped |
| 010701 | Processing Order | Ship Method Problem | Unmapped Ship Method |
| 010702 | Processing Order | Ship Method Problem | Unmapped Ship Cost |
| 010703 | Processing Order | Ship Method Problem | Missing Ship Method |
| 010704 | Processing Order | Ship Method Problem | Invalid Ship Method |
| 010705 | Processing Order | Ship Method Problem | Order Weight Outside of Ship Method Weight |
| 010801 | Processing Order | Inventory Problem | Insufficient Inventory In Facility |
| 010802 | Processing Order | Inventory Problem | Issue Encountered During Inventory Adjustment |
| 010901 | Processing Order | Released To WMS | Released |
| 020101 | Fulfillment In Progress | Postage Problem | Address Issue |
| 020102 | Fulfillment In Progress | Postage Problem | Postage OK, OMS Issue Occurred |
| 020103 | Fulfillment In Progress | Postage Problem | Postage Void Failed |
| 020201 | Fulfillment In Progress | Postage Acquired | |
| 020301 | Fulfillment In Progress | Postage Voided | Postage Void Failed Gracefully |
| 020301 | Fulfillment In Progress | Hold | Departure Hold Requested |
| 020401 | Fulfillment In Progress | 4PL Processing | |
| 020501 | Fulfillment In Progress | 4PL Problem | Order is Proccessable, Postage Issue Occurred |
| 020601 | Fulfillment In Progress | Label Printed | |
| 020701 | Fulfillment In Progress | Shipment Cubed | |
| 020801 | Fulfillment In Progress | Picking Inventory | |
| 020901 | Fulfillment In Progress | Label Print Verified | |
| 021001 | Fulfillment In Progress | Passed Final Inspection | |
| 030101 | Shipped | Fulfilled By 4PL | |
| 030102 | Shipped | Fulfilled By 4PL | Successfully Fulfilled, OMS Encountered Issue During Processing |
| 030201 | Shipped | Fulfilled By FDC | |
| 040101 | Returned | Returned | |
| 050101 | Cancelled | Cancelled | |
| 060101 | Test | Test | Test |

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