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    PayPal WPP Direct Payments & Express Checkout Support

    thanks for the add, im going to test it out this weekend as well with the launch of one of my sites. thanks so much! we've been waiting so long for it.
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    PayPal Webpayments Pro

    is anyone working on this contribution yet? i already have an account subscribed on it and im opening a business with someone else in about a week.. need this ASAP!!! if no one started on this im just gonna try to haphazardly make one myself. there are no downsides at all to using this service, we looked it all around and its fabulous. you don't pay anything until end of october as well. right now its free for everyone :)
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    2Checkout V2 WORKING with OSC 2.2MS2!

    i've talked it over with all 5 of my clients who use 2checkout, and they've all switched back to paypal. 2checkout's service through this whole transfer was horrid. it was confusing, hasn't offered any help, and they constantly write me saying that i now have to call them a "retailer" of my goods instead of a third party merchant, when in fact they are a third party merchant! 2CO SUCKS. go back to paypal people or get your own merchant account. their high fees, bad service and holding money for two weeks is not right. if you haven't come to that conclusion you have a problem. the only thing im using them for is recurring billing because i don't want to force my clients to switch to a new system and enter in their payment info yet again.
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    Minimum Order Amount

    ok that must be it, i bet it's an older version i'll try to edit the code you posted... thanks, mark
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    Minimum Order Amount

    ok i got the sql part, i didnt know you can define a var in a swql statement... hmm, its not working... i thought you had to define MIN_ORDER_AMOUNT in a php file? how is the store supposed to know MIN_ORDER_AMOUNT is a variable? nope i dont have a checkout_shipping file... i don't think you need it though. there is a shipping.php file my osc store has been working for a good year without one..
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    Minimum Order Amount

    there's something wrong with this... MIN_ORDER_AMOUNT is never defined anyplace, and checkout_shipping.php doesn't exist ??
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    Ebay auction manager for OSCOMMERCE

    hi trusten, i beat you to it :inlove: read the last few posts...
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    [CONTRIBUTION] Sales Report v1.0

    one suggestion.. under weekly reports, have something so that you can choose the month of the weekly reports, not just the current month. same thing goes with all the other categories..........
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    [CONTRIBUTION] Sales Report v1.0

    nice job dude... :P this is great.
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    Sales Reports v.7

    wow nice sales bud. how do you advertise?
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    Ebay auction manager for OSCOMMERCE

    manon, just create a seperate category that is hidden (no name), and add your auction id/product in that category. just when you add it, click on the red button after you link to it so that it is not visible to the public. i've been doing this for a week or two and it's working out great.
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    Ebay auction manager for OSCOMMERCE

    :idea: i think i got an easier way... :twisted: on all my ebay auctions at the bottom of the decription's i'm just going to add a button corresponding with the auction id that goes to www.kennedymint.com. that will just call the item from osCommerce and add it to shopping cart, where they can checkout. just make a seperate 'blank' folder (noname..) and pop all your ebay items in there also. just click on the red button next to each item in your admin so that other people can't order... just your auction winner. the only problem with this is you're adding your description in two places (ebay and oscommerce). it's not that bad though...
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    Ebay auction manager for OSCOMMERCE

    "You humans... when are you going to stop thinking 2-Dimensionally, and start thinking 3-Dimensionally?" - quote from the movie CONTACT I think I may have a way to do this which would kick eBay in the ass. Ever hear of XML http request object? I use it on a couple sites including www.2100realty.com (Our Listings page, pulls out of realtor.com). That object steals info off of another web site and puts it on yours, wherever you want it. Now you would really have to be good at PHP to do this, since this coding is in ASP (windows...), you would have to convert it to PHP, then right additional coding for finding the info you pulled off of eBay's site and sorting it into different columns, then calling those different columns by reference. It would be bad-ass hard but is definately doable. I'm too lazy, that's why I'm posting it here. The object can be found at http://www.4guysfromrolla.com/webtech/110100-1.shtml Later peeps and good luck. Mark www.clevelandwebdesign.com
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