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Tracking Objects System from Correios - SRO (Sistema de Rastreamento de Objetos dos Correios)

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correios-sro-xml

Tracking Objects System from Correios - SRO (Sistema de Rastreamento de Objetos dos Correios), using SRO XML Web Service, that allows to query up to 50 orders simultaneously.

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In order to use SRO XML in production environment, it is necessary to request to Correios access data (user and password) for your company, as described in Correios’ Blog.

For development environment you can use follow access data:

user: ECT
password: SRO

Installing

Gemfile

gem 'correios-sro-xml'

Direct installation

$ gem install correios-sro-xml

Using

require 'correios-sro-xml'

sro = Correios::SRO::Tracker.new(user: "ECT", password: "SRO")

Tracking a single object:

object = sro.get("SI047624825BR")
object.number                   # => "SI047624825BR"
object.events.first.date        # => "26/12/2011"
object.events.first.hour        # => "15:22"
object.events.first.place       # => "AC CENTRAL DE SAO PAULO"
object.events.first.description # => "Entregue"

Tracking many objects:

objects = sro.get("SI047624825BR", "SX104110463BR")

objects["SI047624825BR"].number                   # => "SI047624825BR"
objects["SI047624825BR"].events.first.date        # => "26/12/2011"
objects["SI047624825BR"].events.first.hour        # => "15:22"
objects["SI047624825BR"].events.first.place       # => "AC CENTRAL DE SAO PAULO"
objects["SI047624825BR"].events.first.description # => "Entregue"

objects["SX104110463BR"].number                   # => "SX104110463BR"
objects["SX104110463BR"].events.first.date        # => "08/12/2011"
objects["SX104110463BR"].events.first.hour        # => "09:30"
objects["SX104110463BR"].events.first.place       # => "CEE JUNDIAI"
objects["SX104110463BR"].events.first.description # => "Entregue"

Tracker result mode

One object can have one or more events. For default, the tracker result mode will be return the last object event.

sro.result_mode # => :last

object = sro.get("SI047624825BR")
object.events.size # => 1

You can configure to return all events in the object.

sro.result_mode = :all

object = sro.get("SI047624825BR")
object.events.size # => 5

Tracker query type

There are two ways to query objects in tracker:

List of objects

Where all the object numbers will be requested (the default).

sro.query_type # => :list

objects = sro.get("PB996681660BR", "PB996681700BR")
objects.keys # => ["PB996681660BR", "PB996681700BR"]

Range of objects

In which you supplie the first and last objects numbers of an interval.

sro.query_type = :range

objects = sro.get("PB996681660BR", "PB996681700BR")
objects.keys # => ["PB996681660BR", "PB996681673BR", "PB996681687BR", "PB996681695BR", "PB996681700BR"]

Configurations

Use Correios::SRO module to set all available gem configuration.

Access data

You can supply SRO XML Web Service user and password in configuration instead of each instance of Correios::SRO::Tracker class.

Correios::SRO.configure do |config|
  config.user = "ECT"
  config.password = "SRO"
end

Timeout

For default, the timeout for a request to SRO XML Web Service is 5 seconds. If SRO XML Web Service does not respond, a Timeout::Error exception will be raised.

Correios::SRO.configure do |config|
  config.request_timeout = 3 # It configures timeout to 3 seconds
end

Log

For default, each request to SRO XML Web service is logged to STDOUT, with :info log level, using the gem LogMe.

Log example:

I, [2012-08-17T00:55:10.531780 #22692]  INFO -- : [Correios::SRO] Request:
POST http://websro.correios.com.br/sro_bin/sroii_xml.eventos
Usuario=ECT&Senha=SRO&Tipo=L&Resultado=U&Objetos=PB996681660BR

I, [2012-08-17T00:55:10.750308 #22692]  INFO -- : [Correios::SRO] Response:
HTTP/1.1 200 OK
<?xml version="1.0" encoding="iso-8859-1" ?>
<sroxml>
   <versao>1.0</versao>
   <qtd>1</qtd>
   <TipoPesquisa>Lista de Objetos</TipoPesquisa>
   <TipoResultado>Último evento</TipoResultado>
     <objeto>
       <numero>PB996681660BR</numero>
       <evento>
          <tipo>BDE</tipo>
          <status>01</status>
          <data>05/07/2012</data>
          <hora>21:11</hora>
          <descricao>Entregue</descricao>
          <recebedor>                         </recebedor>
          <documento>                         </documento>
          <comentario>                         </comentario>
          <local>CDD VILA ANDRADE</local>
          <codigo>05724970</codigo>
          <cidade>SAO PAULO</cidade>
          <uf>SP</uf>
          <sto>72824000</sto>
      </evento>
     </objeto>
</sroxml>

You can disable the log and configure other log output.

Correios::SRO.configure do |config|
  config.log_enabled = false   # It disables the log
  config.logger = Rails.logger # It uses Rails logger
end

Configuration example

Correios::SRO.configure do |config|
  config.user = "ECT"
  config.password = "SRO"
  config.logger = Rails.logger
  config.request_timeout = 3
end

Author

Collaborators

Contributing to correios-sro-xml

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  • Commit and push until you are happy with your contribution.

  • Don't forget to rebase with branch master in main project before submit the pull request.

  • Make sure to add tests for it. This is important so I don't break it in a future version unintentionally.

  • Please try not to mess with the Rakefile, version, or history. If you want to have your own version, or is otherwise necessary, that is fine, but please isolate to its own commit so I can cherry-pick around it.

Copyright

(The MIT License)

Prodis a.k.a. Fernando Hamasaki

Copyright © 2012-2014 Prodis

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