You can integrate your StoreFeeder with DPD to produce shipping labels. To do so, navigate to the 'Integration Manager' page by clicking 'Settings' in the top right hand corner of the page and click the 'New Integration' button as shown:
Select the 'Courier' integration type.
Select 'DPD' from the list.
Finally, set the 'Profile Name' of your DPD integration and click the green '+ Add Integration' button.
You will be directed to the 'Channel Details' page, where you will need to set up your DPD integration. You can return to this page at any time by navigating to ('Settings'>'Integration Manager') and selecteding your DPD integration from the list.
The 'Channel Details' page is made up of different sections:
Integration Type: This is set to DPD
Profile Name: The name of your integration.
Company Identity: Ensure your correct company identity is selected
'Courier API Settings'
Fill in the relevant details of this page if you wish to use an API service.
In the label format field, type one of the following:
CLP - For Citizen label printers
EPL or ZPL - For EPL/Zebra printers
HTML - For integrated labels
if you leave this field blank, the default setting will be HTML
You can scroll down the page for more settings.
Template Type: Choose to manifest by Order Number or Order Line.
Export method: Choose to export your DPD courier labels by CSV, XML, or DF file types.
Transfer Method: For DPD integrations, be sure to choose 'Manual'
'CSV Export Template'
In this section, you can customise the CSV order template.
For DPD integrations, check 'Default Export Method'.
Check 'Export Headers' to make sure the column information is exported along with your data.
A default CSV Export Template is created for DPD when you create the integration.
If this definition does not match the one you require, then you can add or remove fields from the template.
You can remove individual lines by clicking the 'Delete' button on the line you would like to delete.
If you what to delete the whole template, click the red 'Delete Entire Template' button.
To add new lines to the export definition, click the 'Add New' button. A new line will be created.
The 'Token' selected will be select the information will be pulled from StoreFeeder. The 'Field Alias' is the header name and the 'Display' order will determine order the columns appear in the spreadsheet.
Once the column information is complete, click 'Add New' to add a new line.
Once you are happy with the definition, click the 'Save' button at the bottom of the page.
For information on how to export the file, see the Exporting a Manifest Template knowledgebase.