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Before you start

For ShipCompliant integration to work, products need their ABV and Volume set in their Bloom Product Specifications. Additionally, products need a SKU and Vendor in Shopify's product details. If you had us migrate your product data when you switched to Bloom, you can ignore this part.

 

What we need from you

Before we set up your ShipCompliant integration, you need a Web Service User in your ShipCompliant account. If you are not sure how to create a new user in your ShipCompliant account, no worries – contact us and we can help.

 

Connecting your Web Service user

The next step is to provide us with the login information for the Web Service user. We will configure other settings, like whether to use ShipCompliant's tax calculations on batch orders. Then, your integration will be ready to use. Nice.

To check that your integration is working properly, see: Syncing Products With ShipCompliant.

 

Linking shipping rates

To track what shipping services you use, ShipCompliant uses Carrier Codes. As part of your store setup, we will collaborate with you to map the shipping rates you offer your customers to ShipCompliant's Carrier Rate Codes and apply this configuration to your Shopify store.