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Fedex API Print Label Control Multiple Packages VB.Net or C#

Posted on 2012-03-24
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Hello experts.

I am building a control (using VB.Net) that allows printing Fedex Labels. I got everything working, but I cannot figure out how to print multiple labels. Like if I have 3 or 4 packages going to the same address, and they all differ in weight and size. There is no example of that anywhere, and I cannot figure it out.
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If you log into the Developer Resource Center at FedEx.com, they have sample code including MPS (Mulitple Piece Shipments).  

The details in case you or someone else needs them are:
Go to www.fedex.com/us/developer.
Then log in.
Click on the link for Get Started with FedEx Web Services for Shipping.
On the next page click on the link for Get Started.
Then click on the Advanced Tab.
In the table you will see Create Shipment.  On the right are some options to download code.  Select VB.net and click Go.
Extract the files from the download zip file
Navigate down to Express then Domestic MPS or Ground then to Domestic MPS to see some sample code on how to handle multiple packages.

If you have question or problems, you can post your code (minus the credentials and confidential information) and I can take a look and help you through it.

-Bear
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Thank you! i am still trying to make it work, so I might be back with more questions.
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