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Altonymous

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    PayPal WPP Direct Payments & Express Checkout Support

    Would it be possible to support this mod within this one? http://forums.oscommerce.com/topic/202139-contribution-ccgv-trad/ I see there is a section in paypal_wpp.php that makes modifications to support CCGV but it's not currently working for me. The dicount shows up fine in the 'Confirmation' page, however, when I look at PayPal it charges the full amount. It does this for both Express and Direct transactions.
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    [CONTRIBUTION] CCGV (trad)

    I am having the same exact problem. I am also having an additional problem. The Sub-Total on my checkout_confirmation.php is showing 2x the order amount. Not sure why it is doubling the order and why this linkage isn't happening. Did you ever get the problem figured out?
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    PayPal WPP Direct Payments & Express Checkout Support

    What is the filename of the cert? I had my client generate it for me and email it to me... it came through as a .txt file. Should it be a .pem file? cert_key_pem.txt vs cert_key.pem Thanks in advance!
  4. So where do we enter our MD5 Hash?
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    Quickbooks Merchant Service v1.0

    This is taken from post #70 in this thread... Are there any good concise step-by-step guides like this for hosted? I have a client in a remote location and I don't have a clue what the appeal is with QBMS but he's definitely set on it. So I'm stuck with this as my only option. I'm using this guide, https://idnforums.intuit.com/messageview.aspx?catid=3&threadid=7743, right now to try and get everything setup, but it gets fuzzy around this area... It will feed you back two certificates: CA Certificate – this is used by your server to verify Intuit’s server. It can be added to your keystore. Your keystore is a list of all of the certificates which your computer considers to be valid. On our Debian Linux box this is located at: /etc/ssl/certs/ca-certificates.crt example (assumes you pasted the CA into the file /tmp/intuit.ca): cat /tmp/intuit.ca >> /etc/ssl/certs/ca-certificates.crt Any help explaining this to me would be greatly appreciated. I'm guessing I have to SSH back into the server and run that command, but if I use the same directory setup will it work, or is this something I have to speak with my hosting provider about, and get it ingrated with them?
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