Pipelet ExportShippingMethods
Exports the specified ShippingMethods.
Error Connector
Input Parameters
ExportFile  :  String (Required)
Export file path. This path is relative to the 'src' subdirectory within the top-level IMPEX directory.
OverwriteExportFile  :  Boolean (Optional)
Optional flag indicating whether to overwrite an existing export file or not. true=overwrite (default), false=don't overwrite. Default is true.
ShippingMethods  :  Iterator (Required)
The shipping method objects to export.
Output Parameters
ErrorCode  :  Integer  :  (Optional)
Export status code. Zero represents an export without process errors. Any other value indicates an error. This value will always be the same as the number after the "IMPEX-" prefix in Status.code.
ErrorMsg  :  String  :  (Optional)
Status message associated with the status code. This value will be the same as Status.message.
LogFileName  :  String  :  (Optional)
The name of the log file. This file is located in the 'log' subdirectory of the IMPEX area. This value will always be the same as the detail LogFileName in the returned Status object.
Status  :  Status  :  (Optional)
Status object representing the result of the export operation. The status property (Status.status) will be set to 0 if the export executed without any process errors or 1 otherwise. The code property (Status.code) will be set to one of the following values:

IMPEX-0 = The export completed without any process errors.
IMPEX-100 = One or more input parameters given were null.
IMPEX-102 = The given ExportFile exists and the OverwriteExportFile flag is false.
IMPEX-105 = The path of the given ImportFile is invalid, e.g. the path cannot contain "../".
IMPEX-156 = There is no data to export.
IMPEX-170 = Encountered an internal fatal error. Additional information is in the details of the Status object.
IMPEX-171 = System IO error.
IMPEX-173 = System input parameter is invalid.
IMPEX-215 = The 'ShippingMethods' input parameter is missing.

The status object will always have the following detail:

LogFileName = (String) The log file name in which the import logged all debug, warning, and error messages.
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