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    HSBC secure-epayment module

    Hi Andy The security certificate has been re-installed. Here are my comments on the points you mentioned: 1. I don't think we're using the Windows version of this site, mainly because I've never seen a more difficult to configure web site shopping cart than this one. 2. We will check the configure.php and filenames.php files 3. Test TestHash.e (if you are using C) I don't know what you are referring to here. Getting a clarification on it would be best as this may be the key to sending the orderhash, or it may be the indicator that this is not the Windows version of this site. I really appreciate your help and if you could let me know as soon as you can that would be a real help.
  2. chris.wall

    HSBC secure-epayment module

    Thanks Andy I shall get the security certificate re-installed and check on the forward slash issue.....would you try out placing an order agian and if I have missed any / issue will you let me know Many Thanks Chris
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    HSBC secure-epayment module

    Can anyone help me out here....I have used OSCommerce (php on a windows platform) and it is failing at the last stage to pass the orderhash to the HSBC site. Please let me know if there is anyone who has used oscommerce successfully on a windows box who is a HSBC customer. Regards Chris
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    HSBC secure-epayment module

    PLEASE HELP HSBC PAYMENT MODULE problem This is my first time using OSCommerce for a client www.portclothing.com - the site works fine up until the payemnt part. The client isusing HSBC secure e-payments and it fails because the order hash is not being sent. The site is sitting on a Rackspace windows server and I cannot get past this stage. I have gone to and fro between Rackspace and HSBC and cant get it resolved. Does anyine have any advice as I am stumped on how to resolve this. Any assistance is appreciated. Chris
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