Jump to content

adrenalynn

Members
  • Content count

    17
  • Joined

  • Last visited

Profile Information

  • Real Name
    Jodie Lynn
  1. adrenalynn

    One Page Checkout Support

    This looks like it could be a real winner - if the various standard shipping methods (UPS/FedEx etc) get worked out, if it stops throwing errors, if it stops stomping on non-standard templates, if it stops... Seriously - if I had time, I'd dig into this one. Wish I did. I'll check back on it in a few months and see how it's progressed. I'm really looking forward to seeing it grow.
  2. adrenalynn

    New UPS XML Shipping Module available

    Thanks, Jim! I did my analysis against MS2 and was able to figure it out. --- Jodie
  3. adrenalynn

    New UPS XML Shipping Module available

    UPSXML 1.3.5 : admin/categories.php: First: apologies, I didn't make it through all the nearly hundred pages of this thread. If this has been answered in there, it's lost for all time. :) Anyone know what specific modifications have been made to admin/categories.php? Barring that, what specific cart version it was mastered against? That file has way too many modifications in my installation for me to reliably back it out and make a diff - I need to work forward from either the changes made or from a diff of the unmodded file to the UPSXML-modded file. Alas, the changes.txt file isn't of much help in this regard, with such detail as "Bug fix in categories.php for the split_products modification. " ;) TIA for any pointers! --- Jodie
  4. adrenalynn

    authorize.net problems

    Wow! That's a bummer on the one hand - good news on the other. :) Make sure you're selecting "unsettled transactions" - but no, should show up right away if you're using the right report with the right date.
  5. adrenalynn

    authorize.net problems

    No problem! I understand - that's why I didn't respond yesterday too. ;) I was more thinking of what Joshua had in #30, I believe: http://forums.oscommerce.com/index.php?sho...t&p=1283835 'cause ya can't fix what ya can't see, right? :)
  6. adrenalynn

    Header Tags SEO

    More "reading directions" problem. Catalog Install.txt answers the question. In summary, there's a bit of code that you have to add to every file you want HT-SEO to play with. Go ahead and have a read through the install instructions again - you'll find it there.
  7. adrenalynn

    Header Tags SEO

    Did you upload the files that came in the Header Tags SEO package as well as making the mods? I forgot to upload the files and nearly panic'd. :blush: . I ask because I got a similar error the first time I went into admin after making the mods - I almost backed them out before I realized my mistake. Jack: I'd like to virtually shake your hand. Crazy awesome involved mod. You *really* grasp the internals of OSC. Fantastic contribution with well written documentation. Other than the semi-issue of my oversight (to be nice) noted above, it functioned on a reasonably heavily-modified cart with little pain other than the hour of search-and-cut-and-paste. That's a heck of a package to release into open source, and you're to be commended, IMHO. Critical functionality, well thought-out. I'll let you know what Google thinks of it later. ;)
  8. adrenalynn

    authorize.net problems

    Hi Agtronic, No worries! I've found quite a few answers to questions, and some *incredible* contributions, here (I just finished installing Header Tags SEO - WOW! Need to remember to go and virtually shake the author's hand on that one). Gotta pay it forward, right? :) Have you put in something like Joshua's logging code or something similar? You really need to be able to see the transaction bidirectionally. I beefed the logging up in mine even more, but starting with Joshua's simple logging was probably all I needed, had I known what I was looking for without having to be hit in the head with a logging brick. ;) No guarantees that my solution is your solution ultimately until you can see the whole transaction. So many problems can masquerade to look identical when they're really not when you're doing EDI transactions like this... If you post the content of the log that Joshua's code generates here, make SURE you completely sanitize it... It contains a lot of info you don't want to post. Anyway - I looked at the MD5 in the hash being transmitted back from authnet and the MD5 in the admin control for the authnet module, and they didn't match. Without logging, I'd have never seen it. I found that in test mode that authnet doesn't process all the transactions, and sometimes it takes more than one time through the unsettled before they show up. [shrug] Make sure your other settings (like the Authnet side) are the same as in my post too! Keep me/us posted? --- Jodie P.S. Quick note: The way I got them to match was by copying the one that Authnet was sending and pasting that into the admin control for the module and updating. REMEMBER to remove/comment-out/whatever the logging when your issues are resolved, and before taking it live!
  9. adrenalynn

    authorize.net problems

    Oh sure - NOW you tell me! :huh: I'm not sure how easily I could get all this data into a csv, but I'll check out that contribution, thanks! I'm cheating a little bit. I have a few SQL snippets I whacked into a macro that I run a few times a day. No reason to manually set things like tax zones, product quantity, shipping weight, etc in our case. It's really a lot of cut-and-paste html at the end of the day. I was thinking about getting rid of the preview step temporarily and going straight to insert, then it'd be about even. Thanks for the heads-up! I'll go download it and take a peek.
  10. adrenalynn

    authorize.net problems

    I was in the same place. I was logging the exchange and the Auth.net was giving a "transaction approved" response but OSC was failing it. When I gave it a bad number/date/etc. I was getting a "good" failure message instead of a generic failure. But on an approved transaction, OSC was giving the generic fail response. Near as I can tell, OSC was cranky that the message didn't contain the correct hash. The module decided it was fake because the signature hash was invalid - if that makes sense. It's worth looking into. If you put logging code in, look at the returned hash from Auth.net and compare it to what you have stored in the module configuration... Good luck! Just as an FYI - I didn't have to change any code on the stock module (with a fairly stock cart). , [Comma] delimited, " [double-quote] encapsulated - as/per the modules code. I haven't turned on AVS and CVC fraud check yet - probably tomorrow. We have about 800 more products to get into the catalog, and I still need to do some SEO work before we introduce it to Google and start the ad campaign. :blink:
  11. adrenalynn

    osCommerce default AIM Module

    Appears to be resolved and closed [i can only hope]. I'm going to go smash my head in with a rock now... ;) Resolution: http://forums.oscommerce.com/index.php?act...amp;pid=1309060
  12. adrenalynn

    authorize.net problems

    Holy Crud-ole-le' - I think I figured it out. I started excessively logging everything that moved or even wiggled in the module's error handling. I noticed that my MD5 just didn't seem to match-up. I tried puttering with it and it was still not working. Then it dawned on me that what was coming back from Authorize.net didn't LOOK like 128 bits of data (16 hex pairs). Turns out that Auth.net chops off the md5 data in the data input box at [drumroll] 80 bits (10 hex pairs). Of course, when I generated my MD5, I just did an "echo secret |md5sum" giving me 128 bits, and blindly pasted it into the fields at both Auth.net and on OSC. I didn't bother to count the characters at Auth.Net, and it hides them after submit. So, with little hope of success, I just took the 80 MSb (what Auth.Net was returning) and slapped it into OSC - submitted my data not really expecting any love, and BOOM. Checkout Success. [boggle] I'll run a few more tests, but this feels right. Is it too late to go get drunk? "I think I picked the wrong week to stop sniffing glue!" - [Airplane] Thanks all! --- Jodie
  13. adrenalynn

    authorize.net problems

    Sorry - doesn't appear that I can edit after n# of mins. . . I put ANet into live mode and confirmed that it IS nailing the card for the amount, the transaction is going all the way through - the osc module is still returning failure. Funky, huh?
  14. adrenalynn

    authorize.net problems

    Hi Joshua and All, Whew. Fighting this waay to long. And dropping your logging code into place, I see a surprising result: The processor approved the transaction. The module just doesn't understand that. Anyone that have this working care to share their Authnet settings? I've changed mine so many times even my documentation of what I've changed burst into flames and committed suicide (delimits, with/without pass, etc) Some details: - $Id: authorizenet_cc_aim.php 1803 2008-01-11 18:16:37Z hpdl $ - ID, Trans Key, Hash obviously correct (since it spits back an approved message) Live, Live, Capture, No Zone, default Order Status, Sort #0, /usr/bin/curl [RH Enterprise 5/cpanel/dedicated/godaddy SSL-128] Heavily Sanitized Log: SENT: x_login=********&x_tran_key=****************&x_version=3.1&x_delim_data=TRUE&x_delim_char=%2C&x_encap_c har=%22&x_relay_response=FALSE&x_invoice_num=10&x_first_name=*****&x_last_name=********&x_company=&x_address= ****+******+**&x_city=**+****+****&x_state=California&x_zip=*****&x_country=United+States&x_phone=****** *****&x_cust_id=2&x_customer_ip=**.***.3.27&x_email=*****%40*****.com&x_description=********* s&x_amount=0.04&x_currency_code=USD&x_method=CC&x_type=AUTH_CAPTURE&x_card_num=4**************&x_exp_date=03 **&x_card_code=***&x_ship_to_first_name=*****&x_ship_to_last_name=*****&x_ship_to_company=&x_ship_to_addre ss=****+****+****&x_ship_to_city=***+****+****&x_ship_to_state=California&x_ship_to_zip=*****&x_ship_to_ country=United+States&x_freight=0.01&x_line_item=1<|>Test+Product<|>Test+Product<|>1<|>0.03<|>NO RESPONSE: "1","1","1","(TESTMODE) This transaction has been approved.","000000","P","0","10","***** **","0.04","CC","auth_capture","2","**first**","**last**","","**address**","**city**","California ","**zip**","United States","**phone**","","**email**","**first**","**last**","","**address**"," **city**","California","**zip**","United States","","","0.0100","","","**my-hash-hex**" ,"","","","","","","","","","","","","","","","","","","","","","","","","","","","","","" POST: cc_owner=**Full Name** POST: cc_number_nh-dns=**CC Number** POST: cc_expires_month=03 POST: cc_expires_year=**YY** POST: cc_cvc_nh-dns=***CVC*** POST: x=78 POST: y=5 Done. The funny thing is that if the processor returns a bad card number, I get an error message in the cart saying that it was declined. But if the processor approves it, I get the generic: "There has been an error processing your credit card Please try again and if problems persist, please try another payment method. " Predictably, I'm really behind the 8-ball on this project. Any advice? I didn't get anywhere with the latest "$Id: authorizenet_aim.php 23rd August, 2006 18:50:00 Brent O'Keeffe $" module - not even this far... TIA for *any* pointers (most especially for those that are "right" ;)) --- Jodie
  15. adrenalynn

    osCommerce default AIM Module

    I've spent the last five hours or so trying to get authorizenet_cc_aim working. I'm getting cranky and probably need to take a nap before I start ranting and offend someone. ;) Is there any decisive answer to how/if to get it working? I'd dearly love to discover one when I wake up... TIA for any insights!
×