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    2Checkout

    Ok got a response from 2CO. Below is the response. I also tested the following set as redirect URL. ( http://mydomain.con/catalog/checkout_process.php ) direct return URL = yes (does not redirect ) does not submit info to osc db. direct return URL = no (works) see 2CO the response from 2CO above is directed to link provided. If I understand all of this correctly the default 2CO module currently provided with osc must be corrected not the checkout_process.php file. If somebody can submit any info that explains this it will be of great value to all 2CO vendors using osc. Even better would be if somebody could correct this. Thank you to everybody that has contributed thus far and taking time to help others. ;) I'm no php programmer or wiz just a normal user trying to get my shopping cart working without error.
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    What is the correct 2checkout Return URL!

    Using Osc ver. 2.2 RC2a with the default 2CO install ver. 1.1 The correct return URL http://your-domain/catalog/checkout_process.php But it only works when direct return URL = no. When you click the confirm transaction link a security warning displays "Although this page is encrypted, the information you have entered is to be sent over an unencrypted connection and could easily be read by third party." before redirecting. Is this a genuine security threat? When direct return URL = yes, it does not return. I've tried this with force cookies true & false. Why does this setting not work. Cookie settings are also correct. define('HTTP_COOKIE_DOMAIN', '.your-domain-name.com'); define('HTTPS_COOKIE_DOMAIN', '.your-domain-name.com'); // (unless you are on a shard ssl and have a different ssl address) define('HTTP_COOKIE_PATH', '/'); // (This is if your shop is in the root of your domain.. if its in a sub folder like for instance catalog , then it would be: /catalog/ ) define('HTTPS_COOKIE_PATH', '/'); Hope this helps somebody. :rolleyes: Any further input will be appreciated. P.S. Am also waiting :blink: for a reply from 2CO regarding this will add it to post as soon as I tested their solution.
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