Specific order parameters


  • Explanation of order entry parameters that are more specific.
  • These parameters are mostly related to output specifications.


  • Orderentry parameters can be found in: Backoffice -> Settings -> Parameters -> Order Entry



  • How to position CMR content, see also: cmrBlocks


  • See 1 at above screenshot.
  • Carrier code inside the CMR, default positioned top right.


  • See 2 at above screenshot.
  • Order output fields and settings when parameter orderOutputType for this customer is CSV.


  • Available delivery slots generated by param deliverySlotsDef.
  • Example of the generated content:
    2019-10-07,Maandag Rit 1,3,1500,08:00-13:00|5(8300-8879),12:00-17:00|7(8900-9159;9162-9299)


  • Definition parameter to generate delivery slots. Example:
    Monday Trip 1,3,1500,08:00-13:00|5(8300-8879),12:00-17:00|7(8900-9159;9162-9299)


  • See 3 at above screenshot.
  • All common used goodlines fieldnames in Cargo Office.


  • See 4 at above screenshot.
  • Last used shipment inside your cargoOffice.
  • In most cargoOffices shipments are numbered upwards.


  • See 5 at above screenshot.
  • This will sent a copy of all filled orderentry-fields to a specified address.
  • If you want to add more addresses, be sure to put each address on a seperated line.
  • You can check your modifications when looking at the result after submitting: addresses should be seperated by a comma without blank space, e.g.: me@tst.com,you@tst.com,we@tst.com ,etc.
  • If deleting addresses be sure to delete all blank space with it.
  • Note: You will only receive copies of orders entered via the order entry form. If you want copies from EDI orders you can create a status action: see section Send BOL (Bill Of Lading) to an email address.


  • See 6 at above screenshot.
  • specified template for output type.
  • This could be an ordercopy template (with values similar to the booking template) read more in: OrdercopyTemplates.


  • See 7 at above screenshot.
  • All common used order fieldnames in Cargo Office.


  • See 8 at above screenshot.
  • specified orderentry template.
  • This is often used when you have specific templates created for specific customers.


  • See 9 at above screenshot.
  • An order-file of all processed orderentry-fields will be sent to the here specified address.
    • This can be an email address.
    • You can add more than 1 email address, seperated by comma.
      Be sure not to use any blank space (around the comma).
    • This can be 'ftp' voor ftp-downloads.
      If you have access to a cargo Office FTP-account, by default these files are placed in your IN-directory.
  • It is not possible to use ftp + an email address.


  • See 10 at above screenshot.
  • You define the type of output format you want to sent to parameter: orderOutputEmailAddress
  • The most easy to configurate are the Cargo Office standard outputs: CSV and XML.
  • But you can also use a specified output program for your TMS-system or WMS-system, like Roadrunner, LP-Trans, Nachon, TANS, Plan & Go, Transmate, etc.
  • Cargo Office programmers have created dozens of specified parsers in the past. If you want to know if an output to your TMS-system is realized than contact your supplier or ask us by using your bug tracking system.
  • If you do not want to output anything, fill in value: nooutput


  • See 11 at above screenshot.
  • here inserted values for deliveryType are excluded from the pickup list (which you can find in: Backoffice -> Shipments -> Print pick-up list).


  • listing options for the pickup list.
  • By default listing is provided on the Cargo Office Shipment Number. By using this parameter other options are available (if part of your pickup-template): deliveryCity, deliveryPostcode and orderReference.


  • See 12 at above screenshot.
  • All common used shipment field names in Cargo Office.


  • See 13 at above screenshot.
  • Counts and prints stickers according its value.
    • perorder: prints 1 sticker per order
    • perpallet: prints a sticker for every pallet
    • perpalletplace: prints a sticker per pallet place (for this you may need specific adjustments programmed, first just check what it does in your surrounding).
    • Note: all above values have to be written exactly as above, in lower case.


  • Defines how many stickers are printed before the next sticker.
  • Note: by default this functionality is available in new order entry templates, older versions will need some extra programming for this functionality. If interested sent a request to Cargo Office programmers by using the Bug Report System.
  • Note: this parameter functionality is orderentry template based, for input EDI orders a value for field stickerRepeat has to be added; for instance when using the EDI-configurator.


  • See 14 at above screenshot.
  • Defines the type of sticker or label that is used by this customer.
  • There are also a couple of default sticker formats available.
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