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  1. senthilkumar

    HSBC secure-epayment module

    Hi I too have this same problem. Hello Andreas i am too using the Shared hosting i also face this same problem. But i am not able to fix it. Please help me how u got the solution.
  2. Hi everybody If there is any contribution available to send the newsletter to pupil other than customers? i.e i have to put a new module Newsletter in front end. In that module that a user register their email address(no other fileds are required like name, address, etc). While the administrator create a newsletter in admin panel, he have the option to send a newsletter to customers or newsletter subscribers or both. If there is any contributions are available means pls send the link Have a nice day
  3. Hi Everybody we are going to do a e-commerce site for a t-shirt company. The feature of this web site is, this company have flash software for customer design their product. My question is the Oscommerce support this feature in backend support for order placing image handling(image from customer), orderstatus, payment gatewy.. Please any one sugget me Thanks
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    Google checkout

    Hi I am using Google checkout google-checkout-php-sample-code-v1.2.5. I have following error at my responsehandler.php "Bad Request Your browser sent a request that this server could not understand. Client sent malformed Host header " In my error log file i have "Invalid or not supported Message". I don't now what is the error i have. Please any one help me..
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    Image is does not added

    Hi everybody, While adding a new product the images is does not added to the product. Also in the database i have three columns for image 1. products_image 2. products_image_med 3. products_image_pop 1 st column shows blank field, 2nd and 3 rd column have the image name in the data base. In the preview(admin panel) the image is does not shown. But the image is added successfully in the folder(admin/images). Please any one help me..
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    Easy Populate & Products Attributes

    Hi Please check if the OscAdminId is passed on the url. I thought that, all the process (export and import) is based on the values passed in variable 'action' at your url. In the easypopulate.php track that action, then put exit command. now u does not meet any action then check your url values if the OscAdminId is passed or not.
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    Easy Populate & Products Attributes

    Hi to all, I am using easy populate. I also added the product attribute option type feature. While Upload and Export is it possible to fetch the values of product attribute option type feature from 'product option' table to EP csv file? If there is any contribution are available for this process? please any one suggest me. Thanks for your big help.
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    Easy Populate & Products Attributes

    Hi everybody I have 3200 columns in my .csv file. What i done so far is For example Product name - A which has following specifications Specification Heading 1 Label 1 - Value 1 Label 2 - Value 2 Label 3 - Value 3 Label 4 - Value 4 Heading 2 Label 5 - Value 5 Label 6 - Value 6 Label 7 - Value 7 Heading 3 Label 8 - Value 8 Label 9 - Value 9 Label 10 - Value 10 Likewise all the product have any number of specifications which is different from other products. So before developing the website i decided that attribution is easy way to do. In that time i really don't know that csv file can have 3200 columns. Now the site is ready for live but EP with 3200 columns in csv file give big problem to me. If there is any other contributions are available to get the above product specification structure easily? or please advice me how to split the csv file based on their columns not based on their rows.
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    Easy Populate & Products Attributes

    hi to all If there is any possible to split the .csv file based on their columns? i have 3200 columns in my csv file. If it is possible means then i split the 3200 column of a single file into 4 or 5 files(each file has 700 columns to 800 columns). Please any on help me.
  10. senthilkumar

    Review Management

    Hi to all, I am new to OsCommerce. I want one contribution for review. (I am using OsCommerce V2.2 for my back end interface. For the front end we use our Coding.) Their functioning is 1. there is one flag had the value of YES or NO 2. If the flag value is YES then the customer is allowed to post a review for a product. 3. If the flag value is NO then the Review button is hided. Is there is any contribution for above function? please suggest your idea or send some related forums.
  11. senthilkumar

    Easy Populate & Products Attributes

    Hi good day. How we will group the products in small groups? I don't know how to do it? I also search with forums but i does not have any idea. Any one know please help me.
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    Easy Populate & Products Attributes

    Please any one help me..
  13. senthilkumar

    Easy Populate & Products Attributes

    sorry kestas. I do it wrongly. Now i got the same error. Please help me. While uploading from CSV file to my database. I have the following error: Error File uploaded. 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v_attribut | v_attribut | v_attribut | v_attribut | v_attribut | v_attribut | v_attribut | v_attribut | v_attribut | v_attribut | v_attribut | v_attribut | v_attribut | v_attribut | v_attribut | v_attribut | v_attribut | v_attribut | v_attribut | v_attribut | v_attribut | v_attribut | v_attribut | v_attribut | v_attribut | v_attribut | v_attribut | v_attribut | v_attribut | v_attribut | v_attribut | v_attribut | v_attribut | v_attribut | v_attribut | v_attribut | v_attribut | v_attribut | v_attribut | v_attribut | v_attribut | v_attribut | v_attribut | v_attribut | v_attribut | v_attribut | v_attribut | v_attribut | v_attribut | v_attribut | v_attribut | v_attribut | v_attribut | v_attribut | v_attribut | v_attribut | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | !New Product! 1366 - Incorrect decimal value: 'v_attribute_values_name_13_17_1' for column 'products_price' at row 1 INSERT INTO products ( products_image, products_model, products_price, products_status, new_arrivals, homepage_products, featured_items, products_last_modified, products_date_added, products_date_available, products_tax_class_id, products_weight, products_quantity, manufacturers_id ) VALUES ( 'v_attribute_values_id_13_17', 'lues_price_13_15', 'v_attribute_values_name_13_17_1', '1', 'No', 'No', 'No', '2008-01-07 15:27:42', '1970-01-01 00:00:00', '1970-01-01 00:00:00', '', 'v_attribute_values_name_13_17_3', 'v_attribute_values_name_13_17_2', NULL) Please refer my previous posts. Here i had nearly 3200 columns in my CSV file as an attributes. In my previous post i said that it is working correctly. But it is not working. After i make the modification in .xls file, i save it as .csv file. in that time many number of columns in the csv file are deleted. Now only i noticed it. Also, please suggest me, 1. after export the products to csv file we have to save as .xls file format 2. then make the modification in the same .xls file? 3. then save that .xls file to csv file 4. uplad the .csv file a. after export the products to csv file b. then make the modification in the .csv file? c. uplad the .csv file Which is the correct way? or both the ways are wrong. Please help me.
  14. hi, I am new to OsCommerce. I have installed Easy Populate 2.76f-MS2. The Products export to excel (from database to csv file) is woking fine. Then i do some modification in that csv file. Then i upload that file to database i had following error "1366 - Incorrect decimal value: 'v_attribute_values_name_13_17_2' for column 'products_price' at row 1 INSERT INTO products ( products_image, products_model, products_price, products_status, new_arrivals, homepage_products, featured_items, products_last_modified, products_date_added, products_date_available, products_tax_class_id, products_weight, products_quantity, manufacturers_id ) VALUES ( 'v_attribute_values_name_13_17_1', 'values_name_13_14_3', 'v_attribute_values_name_13_17_2', '1', 'No', 'No', 'No', '2008-01-07 05:00:02', '1970-01-01 00:00:00', '1970-01-01 00:00:00', '', 'v_attribute_values_price_13_17', 'v_attribute_values_name_13_17_3', NULL) " Note : I had many product attributes, so the CSV file has many column from A, B, C... ENU. I think that, due to many columns in the CSV file the it take header as the value. Actually 'v_attribute_values_name_13_17_1' is a header not a value but pls see the error message it coe under values. I think that EP has some limitations for coloumn count after it over the limitation it take the header as a value. I am not sure about these.. Please any one help me i would like to solve this issue as soon as possible. Please help me.
  15. senthilkumar

    Easy Populate & Products Attributes

    sorry kestas. its working fine now. I do a big mistake. what i doing is 1. Export the Products from database to CSV file. 2. Then i make changes in csv file. 3. I upload that csv file to my database. As by this way i got an error. But now , what i done is 1. Export the Products from database to CSV file. 2. Change the file in to excel format. 3. As per your suggestion, i check the price and weight have (.). 4. I export the excel file from (.xls) to .csv. I working fine. Many thanks for you.. :thumbsup: Have a nice day.
  16. senthilkumar

    Easy Populate & Products Attributes

    Thanks kestas. In my CSV file i change the price value and weigh to (.) dot. but i still have the same problem. I read from the other forum, the EP has limited columns as 256 columns. But i have 3765 columns in my CSV file so that only i have these error. But i am not sure about it. In my easy populate.php around line 230 to 240. it has the code CODE: // change this if you want to download only selected product options (attributes). // If you have a lot of product options, and your output file exceeds 256 columns, // which is the max. limit MS Excel is able to handle, then load-up this array with // attributes to skip when generating the export. $attribute_options_select = ''; // $attribute_options_select = array('Size', 'Model'); // uncomment and fill with product options name you wish to download // comment this line, if you wish to download all product options // VJ product attributes end // **************************************** you seem that line 3 it has maximum column is 256. Please suggest me if there is any other way to change the maximum column. Again thanks for your soon reply.
  17. senthilkumar

    Easy Populate & Products Attributes

    hi all, I am new to OsCommerce. I have installed Easy Populate 2.76f-MS2. The Products export to excel (from database to csv file) is woking fine. Then i do some modification in that csv file. Then i upload that file to database i had following error "1366 - Incorrect decimal value: 'v_attribute_values_name_13_17_2' for column 'products_price' at row 1 INSERT INTO products ( products_image, products_model, products_price, products_status, new_arrivals, homepage_products, featured_items, products_last_modified, products_date_added, products_date_available, products_tax_class_id, products_weight, products_quantity, manufacturers_id ) VALUES ( 'v_attribute_values_name_13_17_1', 'values_name_13_14_3', 'v_attribute_values_name_13_17_2', '1', 'No', 'No', 'No', '2008-01-07 05:00:02', '1970-01-01 00:00:00', '1970-01-01 00:00:00', '', 'v_attribute_values_price_13_17', 'v_attribute_values_name_13_17_3', NULL) " Note : I had many product attributes, so the CSV file has many column from A, B, C... ENU. I think that, due to many columns in the CSV file the it take header as the value. Actually 'v_attribute_values_name_13_17_1' is a header not a value but pls see the error message it coe under values. I think that EP has some limitations for coloumn count after it over the limitation it take the header as a value. I am not sure about these.. Please any one help me i would like to solve this issue as soon as possible. Please help me.
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