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  1. jsergneri

    USPS in OScommerce 2.3

    I send myself rate changes from USPS and was blearily looking at the email and wondering where that garbage came from. Thanks for the fix, it worked on my 2.2 RC2 usps.php with no problems. sergneri
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    paypal standard payment module

    The header of my paypal_standard.php is: <?php /* $Id: paypal_standard.php 1803 2008-01-11 18:16:37Z hpdl $ osCommerce, Open Source E-Commerce Solutions http://www.oscommerce.com Copyright © 2008 osCommerce Released under the GNU General Public License */ and this is the PayPal Website Payments Standard in my world. Seems to work just fine (so far). J
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    How to install and test paypal standard option

    I found it a bit confusing at first but after a lot of reading, I installed the PayPal Website Payments Standard. Searching for more info on this forum using that string will help. For my test account, PP handles major credit cards/debit cards as well as the standard PP payments. I use this link to setup a developer (sandbox) account: https://www.x.com/index.jspa (the PP developer site is called X - how new age). Once registered, I went down the menu to TEST, then logged in there and created a test merchant account, a test user account. Once my merchant account was validated, I used the API data provided to setup OSC with that account data. I found I spent a lot of time on the sandbox client, but it was worth the effort. There are other tutorials on how to setup the link back and other params on the sandbox account, but the developer site is a great place to start and there is a lot of information on that site. Be sure you check over the order confirmations, order updates, order status etc when you get it to work. The fun really starts here, in customizing your store. J
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