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lightwarrior

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    kathy oconnell
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    A programmer from the good ole' days, back when DOS ruled, even since PC's existed on the planet.
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  1. Do you know if there are any compatibility issues with Quickbooks version 2011? I noticed this is written for version 2008-09. Thanks, Kathy
  2. lightwarrior

    NEW! Complete Order Editing Tool!

    Did you ever resolve this problem? I am having the exact same thing happen with the create_order.php. Makes no sense. Thanks.
  3. lightwarrior

    NEW! Complete Order Editing Tool!

    I'm having the problem of no update button showing up at all. I do see the notice to press the button, and the blue bar, but no button exists. I tried running my mouse over the blue bar to see if there was any link at all, and there is nothing. Please help! Thanks!
  4. lightwarrior

    NEW! Complete Order Editing Tool!

    I'm having the same problem, no update button showing up at all. I do see the notice to press the button, and the blue bar, but no button exists. I tried running my mouse over the blue bar to see if there was any link at all, and there is nothing. Please help! Thanks!
  5. lightwarrior

    Authorize.NET

    Everyone with the problem of returning to the LOGIN page after returning from a payment gateway, I MAY have found the solution!!! This may be a bit late for most people, but I hope this post helps some people in the future. THIS IS ONLY the solution if you have Ultimate SEO installed. In this case, what it is doing is going to the tep_href_link function found in the html_output.php file under the catalog/includes/functions directory. The SEO contrib has changed that function as follows: if (SEO_ENABLED == 'true') { //// // Ultimate SEO URLs v2.1 // The HTML href link wrapper function function tep_href_link($page = '', $parameters = '', $connection = 'NONSSL', $add_session_id = true, $search_engine_safe = true) { global $seo_urls; if ( !is_object($seo_urls) ){ if ( !class_exists('SEO_URL') ){ include_once(DIR_WS_CLASSES . 'seo.class.php'); } global $languages_id; $seo_urls = new SEO_URL($languages_id); } return $seo_urls->href_link($page, $parameters, $connection, $add_session_id); } } else { //// // The HTML href link wrapper function function tep_href_link($page = '', $parameters = '', $connection = 'NONSSL', $add_session_id = true, $search_engine_safe = true) { global $request_type, $session_started, $SID; etc, etc, etc.... All you need to do to fix it is change that if statement to something like this: if (SEO_ENABLED == 'true' && !tep_not_null($payment_error)) In other words, test if your payment gateway is returning a value not being tested for by the SEO contrib. This way, even if the SEO is enabled, it will use the proper function, and you don't want the search engines to go there anyway. I really hope this helps people, because I spent days looking for it.
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    Bundled products

    I've searched this thread about the Bundles contrib, which I think is the best thing since sliced bread, but I have a special need nobody else seems to have mentioned. I'm hoping someone would be interested in helping me with it. I am planning on using the Bundles contrib (store still being set up with huge database) for the KITS I designed and assemble from the stock I also sell. The Bundles contrib will stop people from overloading me with orders I can't fill, such as schools wanting 100's of kits from my little mom & pop org. I'd be glad to fill them, but only if I have the stock to do so, and Bundles solves that for me. However, I do keep 6 or so kits in stock ready to sell so I can fill orders efficiently, but the Bundles contrib doesn't let me do that. Since Bundles only subtracts the stock when the kit is sold, my actual stock levels would be inaccurate when I pre-assemble kits. People could end up buying stock I have already put into a kit. There are 2 possible solutions I can see, one super easy, the other a little more involved: 1. Just change it so that the Bundles contrib will take the quantity sold from the Qty of kits on hand (from the master product) if that is greater than 0, or build the kit from scratch if there are not enough kits on hand. Then I could create a pretend order when I assemble kits to move the inventory out of the components, and then manually change the QOH of the kits. This is a very non-glamorous way of doing things, but it would work. 2. Make a "workorder" module that would do that manual part for me from the admin side. In other words, I wouldn't have to pretend to be a customer placing an order for kits I assembled, and then go delete the order without updating stock and manually change the kit stock level. It could all be done in the workorder system on the admin side. The change to first take stock from the existing kits in option 1 would still also have to be changed. Even though I have been a programmer for 20+ years, I don't know PHP or SQL, or I would do at least option 1 myself. But perhaps someone could just lead me to the right area of code and I could figure out this option myself (hopefully). It just needs to consider the quantity of the master product as valid and use that first, while still showing the customer the components when they place the order (a feature I love about Bundles, but I blocked what they would pay if they bought it separately). Any feedback would be greatly appreciated. Thanks
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