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I'm trying to place an order programmatically with tablerates. Here is my code

 $quote->getShippingAddress()->addData($postData['shipping_address']);
        $quote->getBillingAddress()->addData($postData['billing_address']);

        /** @var \Magento\Quote\Model\Quote\Address $shippingAddress */
        $shippingAddress= $quote->getShippingAddress();
        $shippingAddress
            ->removeAllShippingRates()
            ->setCollectShippingRates(true)
            ->collectShippingRates()
            ->setShippingMethod('tablerate_bestway') //shipping method
            ->setShippingDescription('Table Rate - Best Way');

        $this->handlePayment('banktransfer');
        $quote->setPayment($this->payment);
        $quote->setCheckoutMethod(QuoteManagement::METHOD_GUEST);
        $quote->save();

        $quote->collectTotals();
        $orderId = $this->cartManagement->placeOrder($quote->getId());
        $order = $this->orderResource->load($this->order, $orderId);

I'm constantly getting Please specify a shipping method. Regardless what I try. In QuoteValidator it tries to get the rate $rate = $quote->getShippingAddress()->getShippingRateByCode($method); which always returns false. tablerates is setup

how can I place this order with tablerates?

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Follow-up on @xhallix's answer: If you use weight-based Table Rate shipping, the shipping rate collection requires the shipping address have a defined free_method_weight. This value is calculated during quote total collection, but not saved persistently. (There's no such column on quote_address.)

In other words:

If you're hitting Please specify a shipping method when you know you TableRates should work, it's probably because you need to calculate totals first.

Make sure you run $quote->collectTotals() before $shippingAddress->collectShippingRates().

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For those who have the same problem. If tablerates are configured as weight -> destination a free_method_weight needs to be set to the shipping address, in order to collect the correct rates

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