Label Placeholders – Package Options

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Label Placeholders – Package Options

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Dynamic Ship version 2.5 and newer contains a new feature that allows you to use placeholders in the package options. You can put placeholders into the following fields in the package options:

  • Print Custom 1
  • Print Custom 2
  • Print Custom 3
  • Invoice No.

Leave the values blank if they are not relevant to the order.

The table below contains available placeholders (including the square brackets):

Placeholder

Description

[lp]

License plate number of the current package.

[item]

First item in the license plate.

[qty]

Quantity of [item].

[lot]

Lot of [item].

[serial]

Serial of [item].

[order]

What the user scans in a pack worksheet, which may include: order number, sales order, transfer order, warehouse shipment number.

[source]

Source document number: sales order, transfer order, or underlying document for warehouse shipment.

[invoice]

Invoice No. If the invoice number is not present on the header, it is generated.

[shipment]

Shipment No. If the shipment number is not present on the header, it is generated.

[yourref]

From the [source].

[sourceext]

External document number, from the [source].

[orderext]

External document number, from the [order].

[customer]

Customer No. from the [source].

[name]

Customer name, from the [source].

[contact]

Customer contact name, from the [source].

These package options can be added to:

  • Individual packages on the Package Worksheet (Go to Process > Package Options).
  • Default to all packages for a single customer by adding them to a package option template used in Dynamic Ship Customer Options.
  • Default on all packages by adding them to the Default Package Option Template Code in Dynamic Ship Setup.
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