For serialized products, Logistech will scan the serial IDs of the products as they are shipped. You can add this information to the return document for an order query by adding "show_serials=true" to the query parameters. Note that the data may be incomplete until the order status changes to SHIPPED.

Schema

Data on the serialized products will be shown using the following schema :
  <serialized_product>
    <product_id>product id</product_id>
    <serial_id>serial id 1</serial_id>
    <serial_id>serial id 2</serial_id>
    ...
  </serialized_product>

Example Query

The following example shows the process of querying orders :

URL: http://secure.postnatus.com/lomacs/xml/query_order?show_serials=true&client=1234&order_id=01-04163105

Returns:
  <?xml version="1.0"?>
  <order_list>
   <order>
    <order_id>12-101631015</order_id>
    <status>SHIPPED</status>
    <est_delivery_date>04/30/2001</est_delivery_date>
    <service>GND</service>
    <request_ship_date>04/17/2001</request_ship_date>
    <address>
     <comp_name>BHS Widget Installers</comp_name>
     <attn_name>Homer Simpson</attn_name>
     <address_1>Suite 600</address_1>
     <address_2>607 East Main Street</address_2>
     <city>Springfield</city>
     <state>IL</state>
     <zip_code>67354</zip_code>
     <country_code>US</country_code>
    </address>
    <item>
     <item_no>1</item_no>
     <product_id>XYZ-9999</product_id>
     <quantity>2</quantity>
     <description>Widget Oil</description>
    </item>
    <item>
     <item_no>2</item_no>
     <product_id>XYZ-6789</product_id>
     <quantity>1</quantity>
     <description>Big Blue Widget</description>
    </item>
    <serialized_product>
     <product_id>XYZ-6789</product_id>
     <serial_id>4</serial_id>
    </serialized_product>
    <serialized_product>
     <product_id>XYZ-9999</product_id>
     <serial_id>2</serial_id>
     <serial_id>5</serial_id>
    </serialized_product>
   </order>
  </order_list>