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When importing the tablerates i get the message:

something went wrong

when importing the tablerates.

I can't find the reason why, could you give me a hint? On the internet i could not find anything. Configuration is on mainwebsite, price vs destination.

  • Whats your Magento version ? – Marcel H. Feb 21 '17 at 18:53
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  1. Open the Exported .CSV File in Text Editor (Notepad, Notepad++, Sublime).
  2. Then you will see Country,Region/State,"Zip/Postal Code","Weight (and above)","Shipping Price" , then put the details. Ex. PHL, Region10, 8703, 1.0000, 10.0000.

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  1. Then Import the File.

Hope it helps.

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I had this issue and it was a problem with the .csv column headers. Magento 2 doesn't use the Delivery Type column used in Magento 1. Just export the current .csv and make sure they match.

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For magento version 2.3.4 do the following:

  1. Make sure your file is based on the correct "Condition" attribute:

    a) Weight v. Destination
    b) Price v. Destination
    c) Number of Items v. Destination
    
  2. Remove the quotation mark(") from all the header columns:

    Ex(Weight v. Destination):
    WRONG->Country,Region/State,"Zip/Postal Code","Weight (and above)","Shipping Price"
    CORRECT->Country,Region/State,Zip/Postal Code,Weight (and above),Shipping Price
    

That will do it.

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