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  1. The MYOB Export Module found at http://www.oscommerce.com/community/contri...all/search,myob will export your sales etc into MYOB The MYOB Items/Products Import found at http://www.oscommerce.com/community/contri...all/search,myob will export all your items/products into MYOB from your oscommerce website.
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    Dynamic SiteMap

    Hey Tracy, You're most likely getting this blank page because you are using STS. In order to correct this, please ensure that in /catalog/dynamic_sitemap.php you do NOT have the following code commented out. If you do, please remove the // from the start of the line below. <?php require(DIR_WS_INCLUDES . 'column_right.php'); ?> Let us know if this fixes your problem
  3. Here we go again! I fixed my paypal order problem by accident! So to those of you who may be experiencing the following issue, it's a very simple fix: PROBLEM: When you install and enable SEO URLs, customer orders via Paypal are no longer written into the database. The only inclination that you have been paid for an order, is the email from Paypal, advising you of the payment. Then you have to contact your customer to find out what they actually bought because there is no record of it :) When you disable SEO, Paypal orders are properly processed as normal. FIX: make "persistent connections" in your /catalog/includes/configure.php and /catalog/admin/includes/configure.php!! And in fact, by turning off persistent connections you are also providing a more secure environment for you shoppers and the admin backend (when on a shared hosted server). Chooch, you seem to be cluely on this contribution :), if SEO is not altering any backend urls or account urls, then how come this became a problem? - it's definately SEO that caused it.. (not that the fix was a bad thing anyway :) )
  4. Ok, here I am solving my own stupid problems again. I used my newly installed contribution "SQL Updater" to install Emmet's category and product SQL changes. Seems as though "SQL Updater" doesn't actually update the SQL at all :) So I manually did it, and "voila", category names "a la Emmet", thanks Emmet :) [small comment here: if I manually alter a category name, the subcategory urls do not reflect the new name - is this as expected?] So now comes the last problem which I just discovered, and it seems a couple of people on the forum have had it but there is no fix posted. When I enable SEO URLs in the Admin, my paypal_ipn capabilities break. If I disable SEO URLs in the Admin, my paypal_ipn works. Let me explain the situation: If I enable SEO URLs, a customer can make a purchase using paypal payment, and it can go through successfully and then the customer gets redirected back to my site. However - the customer and the admin order emails list an Invoice number of '0', plus in order history (both customer and admin) - NO order is listed - it doesn't get written to the DB. If I turn off SEO URLs, it all works as normal again. Is this anything to do with Session IDs? Any ideas?
  5. Sorry, forgot to add to the above - my manufacturer pages ARE being written correctly. :) http://www.mysite.com/catalog/toyota-m-16.html
  6. Hey Yesudo, I managed to resolve most of my issues. My development server seems to be having mod-re-write problems (not to mention shortnames also being turned off). The initial problem of all the text code was the <? in the seo.class.php. My dev server didn't have shortnames turned on, so I simply changed the <? to <?php. Still have the mod-rewrite problem, but decided to upload to my production server (which I know has modrewrite working properly). So all seems ok, pages are working now. Chooch WAS right, an easy install (if your server is configured properly ;) ) Last outstanding issue I have, is that all my product and category URLs are displaying as follows (without the category ascii-name): http://www.mysite.com/catalog/-p-276.html http://www.mysite.com/catalog/-c-22.html http://www.mysite.com/catalog/-c-22_63.html I've searched the forums but can't find the right answer - seems like a simple one to me - got any ideas? (all my SEO admin configurations are as defaults)
  7. Ok, so following Chooch's comments that this is an easy install, I fully cleaned my store of SEO URLs and started again, using 2.1d by Emmett. And I'm back to my original problem.... I have installed the contribution VERY carefully. Of course this is no admin section yet, as this is built on the first successful pagecall - if only I could get this successful pagecall. I goto the index.php (and any other page), and it will display basically the contents of the /catalog/includes/class/seo.class.php (from line 68 to the end) - where it's trying to write to the database. And at the very bottom of this page of text code is the following error: Fatal error: Class 'SEO_URL' not found in C:\Program Files\Apache Software Foundation\Apache2.2\htdocs\catalog\includes\application_top.php on line 313 Yet line 313 in my application_top has nothing related to SEO. Is this perhaps a DB problem instead? NB: using STS4.3 and HTC Thanks
  8. Is there supposed to be some SQL inserted to enable the Administrative Side? (there was in Chemo's earlier URL contributions using the seo-install.php) What is the piece code that installs the admin?
  9. Ok, so I backed out of 2.1d (As I had tried and re-tried it many times). I've installed 2.1c instead, and at least it doesn't break my site, the pages still work correctly, but I STILL have no administrative interface to turn SEO URLs on??!! I'm obviously missing the administrative install somewhere - where is the code for the admin interface to configure SEO? (I must be blind)
  10. Hi there, I just installed Ultimate SEO URLs 2.1d (29Nov). When I attempt to access any page within my catalog the page will display with text code. The code displayed is verbatim from the /catalog/includes/class/seo.class.php (line 68 to the end). Also the bottom of the page has the following error: Fatal error: Class 'SEO_URL' not found in C:\Program Files\Apache Software Foundation\Apache2.2\htdocs\catalog\includes\application_top.php on line 313 Yet line 313 in my application_top has nothing related to SEO. Another thing is that I do not have the SEO configuration link in my Admin. I have checked and rechecked the instructions, and have definately completed step 4 as advised in the guide. Please can someone help me out here before I have back out. NB: Not sure if this is relevant, however I have HTC2.6 and STS4.3 installed aswell. Thanks
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    [contribution] Simple Template System (sts)

    Hi there, I have tried your suggestions regarding adding printorder to the 'normal' template list in sts_display_output, however unfortunately this creates the following error: Parse error: syntax error, unexpected T_BOOLEAN_OR in /home/xxxxxxx/public_html/catalog/includes/sts_display_output.php on line 40 This is my changed code below.... where have I gone wrong? // Override if we need to show a pop-up window $scriptname = $_SERVER['PHP_SELF']; $scriptname = getenv('SCRIPT_NAME'); $scriptbasename = substr($scriptname, strrpos($scriptname, '/') + 1); // If script name contains "popup" then turn off templates and display the normal output // This is required to prevent display of standard page elements (header, footer, etc) from the template and allow javascript code to run properly if (strpos($scriptname, "popup") !== false || strpos($scriptname, "info_shopping_cart") !== false)|| strpos($scriptname, "printorder.php") !== false) { $display_normal_output = 1; $display_template_output = 0; }
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    [Contribution] STS v4

    Hey Rigadin, Thanks for your response. I already did exactly as you've advised. I completely removed STS2, and installed STS4.3.2 from scratch as a clean install. And THIS is the install I am unable to even get the test templates working - at all!? I've checked and rechecked my configuration/install and can't seem to find the culprit.
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    [Contribution] STS v4

    Hey all, I've got a heavily modified site that I recently very easily converted to templating with STSv2.0 (yeah I know - sooo old) smile.gif I have built my desired templates and feel of the shop and have it working perfectly. But then I was lulled into the cool attributes of the newer STS4.3.2 version - admin control, on/off, various template modes etc.. So, I decided to upgrade.... and now I can't get STS to work with my old designs. I can easily back out, but would rather have the newer version with all it's bells and whistles. It may be an upgrade incompatibility, or simply my inexperience with STS, but the core STS files seems to have fundamentally diffferent tags and coding in them. I've read the user and install guides, but still lost as to how to convert my old STS templates to be recognised byt he new STS system. With STS 4.3.2, whether I have STS Default turned on or off, my website doesn't change. Even if I specify for STS to use the /test directory with the test templates These are the upgrade/install steps I took: 1. BACKED UP all my files smile.gif 2. Replaced ALL the new files as mentioned for a FRESH install 3. Copied my old sts_template.html to a new directory in \catalog\includes\sts_templates 4. In ADMIN: turned ON STS DEFAULT, specified new directory That's it, and now I have the oscommerce header, footer, banner, column left and column right. Granted that I copied over my old column left/right, header and footer files, however STS2 template was not referring to these files anyway. Any help, muchly appreciated!!
  14. devless

    [contribution] Simple Template System (sts)

    Hey all, I've got a heavily modified site that I recently very easily converted to templating with STSv2.0 (yeah I know - sooo old) :) I have built my desired templates and feel of the shop and have it working perfectly. But then I was lulled into the cool attributes of the newer STS4.3.2 version - admin control, on/off, various template modes etc.. So, I decided to upgrade.... and now I can't get STS to work with my old designs. I can easily back out, but would rather have the newer version with all it's bells and whistles. It may be an upgrade incompatibility, or simply my inexperience with STS, but the core STS files seems to have fundamentally diffferent tags and coding in them. I've read the user and install guides, but still lost as to how to convert my old STS templates to be recognised byt he new STS system. With STS 4.3.2, whether I have STS Default turned on or off, my website doesn't change. Even if I specify for STS to use the /test directory with the test templates These are the upgrade/install steps I took: 1. BACKED UP all my files :) 2. Replaced ALL the new files as mentioned for a FRESH install 3. Copied my old sts_template.html to a new directory in \catalog\includes\sts_templates 4. In ADMIN: turned ON STS DEFAULT, specified new directory That's it, and now I have the oscommerce header, footer, banner, column left and column right. Granted that I copied over my old column left/right, header and footer files, however STS2 template was not referring to these files anyway. Any help, muchly appreciated!!
  15. OMG!! I found it! :) Change the following code from my suggested example: $lc_text = TEXT_CALL_FOR_PRICE; to the following: $lc_text .= TEXT_CALL_FOR_PRICE; Little bastard of a '.' :)
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