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Using Order object attributes

You can use the following attributes from the Order object in your costing scripts:

Method Type Description
Product name
order.productName string The product name (for example, Document (Metric)).
Delivery options
order.deliveryOption.cost string The cost of the delivery option selected by the customer.
order.deliveryOption.name string The name of the delivery option selected by the customer (for example, Courier Delivery)
order.deliveryOption.detailsLabel string The label for the text field under Delivery & Instructions (for example, Address).
Order dates
order.created date The date the order was created.
order.due date The due date selected by the customer.
Copies
order.copies.quantity number The number of copies requested by the customer.
Color mode
order.color.enabled boolean Returns true if color is selected, and false if grayscale is selected
Pages
order.pages.grayscalePages number The number of grayscale pages in the document(s).
order.pages.colorPages number The number of color pages in the document(s).
Single or double sided
order.printOnBothSides.enabled boolean Returns true if double sided is selected, and false if single sided is selected
Paper stock
order.paperStock.cost decimal The cost of the Paper Stock option selected by the customer.
order.paperStock.size string The Paper Size selected by the customer (for example, A3).
order.paperStock.color string The Paper Color selected by the customer (for example, White).
order.paperStock.type string The Paper Type selected by the customer (for example, 80gsm).
Collating
order.collating.name string The name of the Collating option selected by the customer (for example, Collated).
Front Cover
order.frontCover.cost decimal The cost of the Front Cover option selected by the customer.
order.frontCover.name string The name of the Front Cover option selected by the customer, for example, Black Leathercraft).
order.frontCover.printOnCover string The name of the Print on Cover option selected by the customer (for example, First page as cover) . Valid only if the printable attribute for the front cover option is set to true in the JSON configuration file.
Back Cover
order.backCover.cost decimal The cost of the Back Cover option selected by the customer.
order.backCover.name string The name of the Back Cover option selected by the customer, for example, Black Leathercraft).
Binding
order.binding.cost decimal The cost of the Binding option selected by the customer (for example, the cost for Tape Binding, Velo Binding, or Stapling).
order.binding.name string The name of the Binding option selected by the customer (for example, Stapling).
Binding option sub-attributes
order.binding.attributes.length number Checks the number of elements in a collection. You can use this in For Loops to determine whether or not a sub-attribute has any options. For more information, see Cost calculation functions (For Loop).
order.binding.attributes[X].name string The name of a Binding option’s sub-attribute. Sub-attributes are the Binding option specific fields that are displayed on the New Order form when a customer selects a particular Binding option.

This is a zero-based index, in order of how the sub-attributes are listed in the product’s JSON config file, where X represents the position in the collection.

For example, if a customer selects Comb Binding as the Binding option, additional fields such as Binding Edge and Color are displayed. These are the sub-attributes.

For example, order.binding.attributes[0].description.option.name would return the first Binding Edge option.
Binding option sub-attribute options
order.binding.attributes[X].option.cost decimal The cost of the Binding option’s sub-attribute value selected by the customer. Sub-attributes are the Binding option specific fields that are displayed on the New Order form when a customer selects a particular Binding option.

This is a zero-based index, in order of how the sub-attributes are listed in the product’s JSON config file, where X represents the position in the collection.

For example, if a customer selects Comb Binding as the Binding option, additional fields such as Binding Edge and Color are displayed. These are the sub-attributes.

For example, order.binding.attributes[0].option.cost would return the cost of the option selected by the customer (such as Long) for the first Binding sub-attribute.
order.binding.attributes[X].option.name string The name of the Binding option’s sub-attribute value selected by the customer. Sub-attributes are the Binding option specific fields that are displayed on the New Order form when a customer selects a particular Binding option.

This is a zero-based index, in order of how the sub-attributes are listed in the product’s JSON config file, where X represents the position in the collection.

For example, if a customer selects Comb Binding as the Binding option, additional fields such as Binding Edge and Color are displayed. These are the sub-attributes.

For example, order.binding.attributes[0].option.name would return the name of the option selected by the customer (such as Long) for the first Binding sub-attribute.
Cutting
order.cutting.cost decimal The cost of the Cutting option selected by the customer.
order.cutting.name string The name of the Cutting option selected by the customer (for example, Half horizontal).
Hole punching
order.holePunching.cost decimal The cost of the Hole punching option selected by the customer.
order.holePunching.name string The name of the Hole punching option selected by the customer (for example, 2 hole punch top).
Folding
order.folding.cost decimal The cost of the Folding option selected by the customer.
order.folding.name string The name of the Folding option selected by the customer (for example, Tri-fold).
Packaging
order.packaging.cost decimal The cost of the Packaging option selected by the customer.
order.packaging.name string The name of the Packaging option selected by the customer (for example, Shrink wrap in sets).
order.packaging.itemsPerSet number The number of items per set selected by the customer.

Valid only if the showItemsPerSet attribute for the packaging is set to true in the JSON configuration file.
Laminating
order.laminating.cost decimal The cost of the Laminating option selected by the customer.
order.laminating.name string The name of the Laminating option selected by the customer (for example, Glossy with no border).
Proof Required
order.proofRequired.cost decimal Returns the cost of the selected proof required option
order.proofRequired.name string The name of the Proof Required option selected by the customer (for example, Hard copy proof via pick-up).
Material
order.material.cost string The cost of the Material option selected by the customer.
order.material.name string The name of the Material option selected by the customer (for example, PLA).
Material color options
order.material.color.cost decimal The cost of the Material color selected by the customer.
order.material.color.name string The name of the Material color selected by the customer (for example, Blue).
order.material.color.value string The hex color value of the Material color selected by the customer (for example, #0000ff).
Custom text fields
order.custom.fields.length number Checks the number of elements in a collection. You can use this in For Loops to determine whether or not a custom field has any options. For more information, see Cost calculation functions (For Loop).
order.custom.fields[X].name string The name of a Custom field label (for example. Thesis Title).

This is a zero-based index, in order of how the fields are listed in the product’s JSON config file, where X represents the position in the collection.

For example, order.custom.fields[0].name would return the first custom field.
order.custom.fields[X].value string (Custom text fields only) The text entered by the customer in a Custom text field label (for example. Running Head: Pricing and Microfinance).

This is a zero-based index, in order of how the fields are listed in the product’s JSON config file, where X represents the position in the collection.

For example, order.custom.fields[0].value would return the customers entry in the first custom field.
Custom drop-down list options
order.custom.fields[X].option.cost decimal (Custom drop-down lists only) The cost for the option selected by the customer from a custom drop-down list.

This is a zero-based index, in order of how the fields are listed in the product’s JSON config file, where X represents the position in the collection.

For example, order.custom.fields[2].cost would return the cost of the option selected by the customer for the third custom field.
order.custom.fields[X].option.name string (Custom drop-down lists only) The name of the option selected by the customer from a custom drop-down list (for example, Thesis Title).

This is a zero-based index, in order of how the fields are listed in the product’s JSON config file, where X represents the position in the collection.

For example, order.custom.fields[0].name would return the option selected by the customer for the first custom field.

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