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mpiscopo last won the day on August 19 2010

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    BTW, I'm running the Snow Leopard version on the MAC

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    I'm running QB 2011 on a mac computer. Is this a program that I might want to install to integrate my oscommerce site with my qb Program to simplify my books?

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    Linkpoint API Problems

    I've been using this API for a long time; however, Discover cards have never worked. The user gets the following message when using a Discover card: "SGS-002000: The server encountered an error: Unsupported credit card type.” Has anyone experienced this problem? Thanks, Mark
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    EZ QuickBooks Integration Contribution

    QuickBooks Professional is fine for single user instances. I use Enterprise version because I have multiple people accessing QuickBooks at the same time. That's pretty much the difference between the two versions.
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    EZ QuickBooks Integration Contribution

    QuickBooks and MYOB are structured differently; it won't work with MYOB. I haven't used MYOB in years, so I'm not knowledgable with the import and export features of it. I switched from MYOB to QuickBooks about 5 years ago because there was so little support for MYOB (technical integration along with accountants and bookkeepers). You might want to consider the pros and cons of migrating...
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    EZ QuickBooks Integration Contribution

    The automatic matching of QBI only works if you don't use categories in QuickBooks. If you have your products categorized in QuickBooks then the part number you import needs to include the category name as a part of the number. Therefore, I had to manually match all my products in QBI. I paid Adam for use of his QBI and it served me well, but eventually I had to hire a programmer to create a new version which removed the manual matching of products. In the spirit of true open source, I had the programmer package it as a contribution and made it available for others to make use of as they need - free of charge. Mark
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    EZ QuickBooks Integration Contribution

    Paul, I looked at the iif file you sent. You have bold tags in the order total field. Open the file with excel and you'll see the <b> and </b> tags. Check your database to see if the tags are in the database or whether you're inserting them in your PHP code. Mark
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    EZ QuickBooks Integration Contribution

    Lynn, It looks like you're missing the items in the export file - everything else seems to be there. I'll look at it closer today. Did you doublecheck your log files to see that the import matched products in QB to those items?
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    EZ QuickBooks Integration Contribution

    Hi Lynn, 1) I don't know how the Inventory Assemblies works, so I can't answer that. 2) No, it doesn't work with product attributes as I don't use this in osCommerce and am not familiar the use of that feature. 3) Does each unique piece of artwork have its own part number? If so, then it's the same as any other inventory item and should work. The programmer who created this contribution for me is in this forum (Bogdan) and can be hired to add other features. He does a great job and is very reasonable in his pricing. Many of these features I don't use so I really can't work with him on them - since I wouldn't be able to define the requirements accurately and test the resulting program. Mark
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    EZ QuickBooks Integration Contribution

    Jesse, Did you figure this out? If not, send me a copy of your export file so I can look at it. You can also look at your export files to see if the transactions are in them - or if there's a problem. Open it with Excell and you'll be able to see the customer information and the order information. Mark
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    EZ QuickBooks Integration Contribution

    You can try opening the file with Excel then saving it as a tab delimited file. The IIF file QuickBooks creates is tab delimited.
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    EZ QuickBooks Integration Contribution

    You really should be matching part numbers as they are unique. I don't believe you can import a qbi file into QuickBookswithout part numbers - OB won't allow that.
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    EZ QuickBooks Integration Contribution

    I'm using it with QuickBooks Enterprise Solutions 7.0. There are no changes in the import/export files between 7.0 and 8.0, so it should work fine.
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    EZ QuickBooks Integration Contribution

    The directory called "code_files" is the name of the directory which holds the files with the php progamming code. Under that directory there is an admin directory - that admin directory matches the admin directory under your /catalog/admin. Just copy the /code_files/admin directory to /catalog/admin.
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    EZ QuickBooks Integration Contribution

    I just read that the QBI contribution isn't compatible with QuickBooks POS. If so, then this one probably isn't either as they both create pretty much the same import file for orders. If you know what the differences are, then I'm pretty sure the changes should be pretty easy.