When you assign an order to your fleet, this triggers the Delivery Created Webhook .
- This webhook endpoint therefore needs to be configured.
- In the response, you need to return "success:true" and your Delivery ID otherwise Bringg assumes your fleet cannot do the delivery.
NOTE: See the section "What we expect from you in response" of the Delivery Created Webhook page.
If you are sending the Update Driver Location API call using the driver's external ID, make sure that the external ID has already been defined in a previous call.
Make sure that you send the "task_id" value as an integer and not as a string.
- "task_id": "15823852" is incorrect. It needs to be "task_id": 15823852
Make sure that you are sending
reported_time in milliseconds and in Unix Epoch time.
Make sure that your call is a POST. If you use GET, you will receive a 404 error.
Updated about 1 year ago