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   * The items included in the payload will only be those for the shipping address being requested. This means if your store is using multiship and the customer enters a shipping address for a shipto, only the products for that shipto will be included in the payload.   * The items included in the payload will only be those for the shipping address being requested. This means if your store is using multiship and the customer enters a shipping address for a shipto, only the products for that shipto will be included in the payload.
-  * Please review [[https://​wiki.foxycart.com/​v/​2.0/​shipping#​passing_custom_fields_to_the_custom_shipping_endpoint|this link]] for complete information on custom fields (''​fx:​custom_fields''​) ​with the custom shipping code on endpoint using ''​data-fc-shipping-custom-field''​.+  * Please review [[https://​wiki.foxycart.com/​v/​2.0/​shipping#​passing_custom_fields_to_the_custom_shipping_endpoint|this link]] for complete information on custom fields (''​fx:​custom_fields''​) ​in relation to the custom shipping code or endpoint using the ''​data-fc-shipping-custom-field'' ​attribute on custom checkout fields.
   * The payload includes several ''​_links''​ arrays. These contain helpful URI's that could be used through the Hypermedia API if you're also making use of that. If not, these can be safely ignored.   * The payload includes several ''​_links''​ arrays. These contain helpful URI's that could be used through the Hypermedia API if you're also making use of that. If not, these can be safely ignored.
   * USPS uses some custom country names in their API integration which we've worked around using the following modifications. If you're doing a custom integration with them, you may need to do something similar. Please note that the data on this wiki may not be up to date, so contact us if you run into any questions or issues with the below.   * USPS uses some custom country names in their API integration which we've worked around using the following modifications. If you're doing a custom integration with them, you may need to do something similar. Please note that the data on this wiki may not be up to date, so contact us if you run into any questions or issues with the below.

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