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  1. On my test site using my AIM module on their test server/sandbox it works with all the MD5 code commented out of the aim module. I never had anything entered for it and all the md5 code was contingent on something being entered. I think the md5 code was carry over from when Harald did the SIM module, but I'm guessing. I also downloaded their SDK for the api and have played with that a little on my test site with Netbeans. Netbeans is helpful because it parses the code and can take you right to a class or method without having to hunt for it. Since they have about 500 files in this api, NB is really helpful. I used their sample code to get it to work from my test site. I think we could reuse a lot of the aim module code and convert it to use the api.
  2. People might want to read this post below on the a.net support forum. From what i remembed the md5 is only needed for SIm. I've been searching through all the developer info and working on the forums. It's been a long time since I poked around here. Check this link https://support.authorize.net/s/article/Do-I-need-to-upgrade-my-transaction-fingerprint-from-HMAC-MD5-to-HMAC-SHA512-and-how
  3. Hey Peter, CIM is listed as End of Life on the upgrade guide. https://developer.authorize.net/api/upgrade_guide/
  4. I won't be able to deep dive into this right now, but the AIM method is now deprecated. There's an upgrade guide. https://developer.authorize.net/api/upgrade_guide/
  5. I didn't receive anything from A.net on this. A quick read on those links talks about it for SIM and DPm. I've always left the md5 blank but I noticed it does get a return in the debug emails. I've thought in the past that the md5 was for SIM and DPM. We'll have to look into this more.
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    New UPS XML Shipping Module available

    Hey Pete, I don't have the answer for this module, but look into using Google's Address Autocomplete. Burt was working on module for this and It he has it available. It solves 99% of the address problems.
  7. I don't know if anyone will have interest in this, so I won't spend a lot of time on this unless it gains traction. Anyway, I use batch print from over a decade ago and didn't realize until yesterday that the pdf class was still being maintained. Since I only sell in the US, I haven't run into many character encoding problems, but I imagine some of you do. So, the new version of Cezpdf seems to work with all the characters. It's also php 7.2 compliant. Even better, I was able to replace my old Cezpdf and Cpdf class files and associated files. With very little changes, it prints my invoice. The pdf manual seems pretty useful, but I haven't gone very far into it yet. The main snag I hit was using "addTextWrap", which requires a different order than before. But, it has more functionality, so I can right justify for totals, which I couldn't do before. addText also has changed. I only have a few hours into it, but check the manual out. So, I said wouldn't ramble too much. If anyone is intersted you can find it at https://github.com/rospdf/pdf-php
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    HoneyPot Captcha

    There was a thread on this in the Cpanel forums and some of the ips will blur like that but you won't likely have any that show Russia or Ukraine that are CA or US.
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    AJAX Attribute Manager support

    @raiwa Seems to work with 2.9.5 with a quick test. I'll let you know if I find anything else. Thanks for all your work on this.
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    AJAX Attribute Manager support

    I think you're on to it. I went to 7.1.25 and it didn't work on either. Went back down to 7.0.33 and neither worked again. Restarted my browser and 2.93 works now. My head was starting to hurt. Unfortunately, I have to go cut the grass. Fortunately, it's 77 degrees outside, so that's not too bad.
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    AJAX Attribute Manager support

    Okay, I updated to 7.0.33 and it still works with 2.9.3. This is on my Win 7 x64 running php 7.0.33 NTS 32 bit.
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    AJAX Attribute Manager support

    I am using an older version of 7.0 on my test site, so I'll upgrade that and see if it changes. I doubt that's it, but maybe another setting I have. I have Apache, php, and mysql all separately installed. The AM_USE_TEMPLATES was set to true, but I have changed it to false and it still works. The only setting to true is $this->add('AM_USE_QT_PRO', true); But, I tried changing it to false and prices still update correctly. All the settings were the same on 2.9.4. I figured it had something to do with "Product Attribute Code". Let me see if have time to update my php version of 7.0
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    AJAX Attribute Manager support

    I should have mentioned, I'm using 7.0 right now on my test site where this problem showed up. 2.9.3 is working fine on my test site running 7.0. I'm a little behind on getting some updgrades done. My live site is using 5.6, so I'm preparing to move it to 7.0, then onward. December is a good month for me to work on this. I've been a little burned out on this for a while. Have some mods in my Admin I've been putting off dealing with, thus sticking with 5.6.
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    AJAX Attribute Manager support

    There is an undefined var warning if a product doesn't have options, so here's another isset fix. I try to get everything running clear with E_ALL. In file attributeManager2.9.4\attributeManager.php on line 484 find <td align="right" colspan="<?php echo (sizeof($options)+2); ?>"> changed to <td align="right" colspan="<?php if (isset($options)) { echo (sizeof($options)+2);} ?>">
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    AJAX Attribute Manager support

    Using 2.9.3 the price change works for me, so it's something changed in 2.9.4. Seems to be one of the class files.