This service allows your system to create an IBC Web Airbill using standalone, web or script based program.
Your client must use POST HTTP method to successfully submit your IBC Web Airbill JSON data structure.
The service URL is:
To simply validate your structure or to test your JSON IBC Web Airbill structure, use this URL:
You can also request a 4" x 6" ZPL label feed by adding "_zpl" parameter to your URL:
The REST service currently accepts the following JSON structure to correctly report your information.
The easiest way to test your POST request is to use cURL from the system's command line.
We recommend saving your JSON structure into a text file ( input-file.txt ) and then execute this command:
This is a sample JSON structure ready for testing.
After making a successful submission you should expect a return of one of the following JSON structures:
Response JSON structure
On error responses the Developer message object will contain a validity report with details of the issues found with the input provided. It is formatted with end of line chars "\n" so that it will be readable in your browser's web console.
Restful services are capable of receiving requests form web based or standalone applications. We have tested our services to comply with REST standards, returning appropriate HTTP codes to help developers using commonly used frameworks as JQuery or Prototype.
Additionally, there are many examples from many different programming languages such as C#, Java, PHP and C++.
If you desire to test or need Java sample code, the following project is an example of how to call an HTTP Rest service using HTTP Post protocol, IBCPost.