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  1. My problem is that on the /Admin-renamed/orders.php, the insertion of the debug script stops before it's done, and the end comment tag is never inserted. This essentially comments out the rest of the page. Does anyone know anything that could even cause such behavior? Thanks, Walter From /Admin-renamed/orders.php <td align="right" colspan="8"><table border="0" cellspacing="0" cellpadding="2"> <?php for ($i = 0, $n = sizeof($order->totals); $i < $n; $i++) { echo ' <tr>' . "\n" . ' <td align="right" class="smallText">' . $order->totals[$i]['title'] . '</td>' . "\n" . ' <td align="right" class="smallText">' . $order->totals[$i]['text'] . '</td>' . "\n" . ' </tr>' . "\n"; } ?> </table></td> Online output from /Admin-renamed/orders.php <td align="right" colspan="8"><table border="0" cellspacing="0" cellpadding="2"> <tr> <td align="right" class="smallText">Sub-Total:</td> <td align="right" class="smallText">$12.49</td> </tr> <tr> <td align="right" class="smallText">Discount Coupon Laura applied:</td> <td align="right" class="smallText">-$1.25 <!-- Discount Coupons DEBUG order Object ( [info] => Array ( [order_status] => 1 [currency] => USD [currency_value] => 1.00000000 [payment_method] => PayPal (including Credit Cards and De</td> </tr> <tr> <td align="right" class="smallText">United States Postal Service (1 x 5oz) (First Class Mail: Estimated 1 - 5 Days):</td> <td align="right" class="smallText">$2.24</td> </tr> <tr> <td align="right" class="smallText">Total:</td> <td align="right" class="smallText"><b>$13.48</b></td> </tr> </table></td> </tr> </table></td>
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    USPS Methods 5.2.1 and Ship in Cart addon

    Thank you Geoffrey, the American community appreciates your input.
  3. I have done this. First, the v does something, so use v_suppliers_group_id, not suppliers_group_id. Next, easy populate works with the products table and warns that it may not work with other tables, so instead of a new suppliers database table, just add onto the products table. I would pick an existing field like v_products_name_1, and mimic it. Go into PHP MyAdmin and look at the v_products_name_1 field in the data base. Add your fields in that table, mimicking the structure. Then go to your Easy Populate PHP pages, and mimic those lines adding your fields. Worked for me.
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    Offical Google Checkout module for osCommerce Support Thread

    Google uses your weight, but not your shipping quote from USPS, it gets it's own, and fails. Or so I've read. Make sure the check boxes above jive with what your picking.
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    Offical Google Checkout module for osCommerce Support Thread

    Neither? PayPal Website Payments Standard.
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    Offical Google Checkout module for osCommerce Support Thread

    Maybe it no longer allows it because it doesn't make sense to disable it, or they don't want to lose the sale. Why would you not want a backup method? Also I can tell you that GoogleCheckout fails to contact the Post Office about 50% of the time. My site gets a postage quote from the Post office 100% of the time, I have never seen it fail. I have this on my webpage: GoogleCheckout: The GoogleCheckout payment service does not accept the shipping cost that my website fetches from the USPS. GoogleCheckout must fetch the rate itself. At times, Googlecheckout can not fetch the rate at all, then, Shipping will be a default rate of $2.50. In such times if you refresh, Googlecheckout tries to fetch the rate again.
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    Offical Google Checkout module for osCommerce Support Thread

    Do you have an SSL certificate?
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    Offical Google Checkout module for osCommerce Support Thread

    The somehow is the word "require". I think "require" is like "read it in here". require(DIR_FS_CATALOG . 'googlecheckout/inserts/admin/modules2.php')
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    Offical Google Checkout module for osCommerce Support Thread

    No. You shouldn't alter Modules2.php
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    Offical Google Checkout module for osCommerce Support Thread

    I am using the USPS Methods 3.0 contribution. I see that the //begin USPS Mod 01/24/2010 code that you are hesitant to replace, is contained within the referenced googlecheckout/inserts/admin/modules2.php, so it's the same thing, just replace it.
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    Offical Google Checkout module for osCommerce Support Thread

    I believe I have methods, I don't know what version. The top says: $Id: usps.php 3.0.2 2009-01-02 04:59:07Z user $ ++++ Original contribution by Brad Waite and Fritz Clapp ++++ ++++ incorporating USPS revisions to service names ++++ Copyright 2008 osCommerce Released under the GNU General Public License
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    Offical Google Checkout module for osCommerce Support Thread

    I use osCommerce Online Merchant v2.2 RC2
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    Offical Google Checkout module for osCommerce Support Thread

    I use USPS only, and your //begin USPS Mod 01/24/2010 if( is_array( $value ) ){ $value = implode( ", ", $value); $value = ereg_replace (", --none--", "", $value); } //end USPS mod 01/24/2010 Appears nowhere on my modules.php I have: if (tep_not_null($action)) { switch ($action) { case 'save': // *** BEGIN GOOGLE CHECKOUT *** require(DIR_FS_CATALOG . 'googlecheckout/inserts/admin/modules2.php'); // *** END GOOGLE CHECKOUT *** tep_redirect(tep_href_link(FILENAME_MODULES, 'set=' . $set . '&module=' . $HTTP_GET_VARS['module'])); break; case 'install': case 'remove': $file_extension = substr($PHP_SELF, strrpos($PHP_SELF, '.')); $class = basename($HTTP_GET_VARS['module']); if (file_exists($module_directory . $class . $file_extension)) { include($module_directory . $class . $file_extension); $module = new $class; if ($action == 'install') { $module->install(); } elseif ($action == 'remove') { $module->remove(); } } tep_redirect(tep_href_link(FILENAME_MODULES, 'set=' . $set . '&module=' . $class)); break; } }
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    Offical Google Checkout module for osCommerce Support Thread

    Could be that aside from shipping options on your website, you need to set them up at GoogleCheckout as well.
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    Offical Google Checkout module for osCommerce Support Thread

    It is my only option.
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    Offical Google Checkout module for osCommerce Support Thread

    I believe you need to be on a secure server, then you log into GoogleCheckout and enter the secure return page address in the field that's waiting there, somewhere.
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    Offical Google Checkout module for osCommerce Support Thread

    I'm running Google Checkout and Paypal, and they play nice.
  18. Does this ring a bell? Using v2.2 RC2, with an add on that I think was called Discount Coupon Codes. While in admin/orders.php with action=edit, if the customer has used a coupon, the coupon has a line in the total column, but the email functionality is missing. Missing are: A handy table: Date Added Customer Notified Status. Then a text box: Comments, Status drop down, Notify Customer check box, and an Append Comments checkbox, and the submit button. All of these elements are missing when a coupon was used. Everything works fine otherwise. Any ideas? Thanks, Walter
  19. My shipping module works smoothly. The USPS rates are "up to", so 4 oz is up to 4oz, or, up to .25 lbs. Store items that weigh .26 return the 4oz weight and price from the USPS server. So on a .26 item, the customer is charged for 4 oz, I weigh and pay for 5 oz. My Package Tare weight is set at zero. Naturally, I can just switch all .26 and .27 to .28, which is easy in Easy Populate, but I am amazed that no one seems to have mentioned this and I'm afraid some technicality is in play. Any ideas? Thanks, Walter
  20. Reverse engineer. Look at easypopulate.php decide which block you want to use to download them. Find a line that downloads a field. Copy and paste that line. Now that section downloads that field twice. Check the name of the field in your database, alter the pasted line to that name. Don't forget the v_ and table name the same way as it is in the line you copied, in other words, use the same method. I think reading the comments on the actual easypopulate.php helped me the first time i did it. After you do it, if it doesn't work, but you have demonstrated the willingness to try, and made a mistake, then people will help you, either someone smart, or me! Walter
  21. Wow! Easy populate has nothing to do with any of that. You need to search the contributions for something like that and if not found, hire a programmer. Once your set-up can do that, you can modify Easy Populate to easily export, edit and import those fields. Understand that this is a tall order. Configuring Easy Populate to manage it later is simple. Walter (Don't mean to step on your toes Surfalot, but you're very helpful and don't need this)
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    Offical Google Checkout module for osCommerce Support Thread

    Only after it appears on the modules page. That is unlikely. Take a break, clear your head, then check each file again. Walter
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    Offical Google Checkout module for osCommerce Support Thread

    You probably missed uploading a file. If you upload them all again, you will miss the same one again. Just double check each page that the module altered, and make sure that each one was uploaded to the correct directory. I think I had missed \catalog\includes\languages\english\modules\payment\googlecheckout.php Good luck! Walter
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    Offical Google Checkout module for osCommerce Support Thread

    Either you didn't update, or didn't re-upload, catalog/admin/modules.php
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    Offical Google Checkout module for osCommerce Support Thread

    I don't fully understand your problem, but it may help you to realize that Googles selling point to the buyer is that you don't need to create an account at the website, you just add to cart, then procede to login at Google Checkout. Once the buyer logs into your site, Google is unavailable. I suppose this is to protect their business model and it's probably not a problem because regular users of Google know this. While testing every angle, you're doing something a regular Google shopper wouldn't do. First time Google Checkout user? Well, I guess they're screwed until they figure it out.
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