Print BRT Labels with Qapla’

To create BRT shipping labels directly on Qapla’, you need to enable one of the following services:

Disk B Solution (preferable solution), Disk C Solution oppure WS REST Solution, this  will be enabled by your own local BRT branch and by the “POC” area, so the requet should be done to your commercial contact.

Please note: when enabling Disk B Solution, BRT disables the use of EasySped Web. If it is necessary to keep both solutions active, request the generation of a subcode for the management of shipments on Qapla ‘.

 

Disk B Solution WS REST Solution
Data to communicate to BRT:

  • Exchange data via FTP folder
  • File with fixed fields .DAT codified ASCII

To request:

  • Customer Code
  • Password FTP
  • VABLNP – P.OPER. DEPARTURE
  • VABNRS – SERIAL NUMBER
  • VABCTR – RATE CODE
  • VABTSP – SERVICE TYPE SEAL
  • Range number of labels from – to.

 

Data to communicate to BRT:

  • Operative mode to be enabled Explicit confirmation

To request:

  • Customer Code
  • User REST
  • Password REST
  • VABLNP – P.OPER. DEPARTURE
  • VABCTR – RATE CODE
    • DPD
    • EuroExpress
    • FedEx
    • DPD Direct Infeed

 

Labels Disk B Solution

It is possible to print BRT labels Disk B Solution in 5 different formats: on a standard laser printer and on a specific printer for labels (usually on Zebra Printer or compatible printers).

A4 (4 etichette 105x148mm)

Print on a laser printer an A4 with 4 labels per sheet, size 105x148mm

 

A6 (1 label per sheet 105x148mm)

Print on a laser printer an A6 with 1 label per sheet, size 105x148mm

 

A4 (8 labels per sheet 100x68mm)

Print on a laser printer an A4 with 8 labels per sheet, size 100x68mm.

 

Zebra PDF or ZPL

Print on a laser printer an A4 with 8 labels per sheet, size 105x74mm

 

Labels WS REST Solution 

It is possible to print BRT labels WS REST Solution in 2 different formats:

PDF (102x150mm)

Zebra ZPL (qz.io)