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    NewsDesk v1.48 Support

    Now onto another strange problem : In Netscape the catalog/admin/newsdesk.php shows no news stories at all (!) When I look at catalog/admin/newsdesk.php in MS Internet Explorer it does show the news stories that are inserted in the database with the sql statements run on the database when installing. This is very strange! Any comments ? Does anyone see the same problem ? Rgds Morten
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    NewsDesk v1.48 Support

    By the way... it should be included in /includes/filenames.php so it was my fault ! Rgds Morten
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    NewsDesk v1.48 Support

    Hi !!! I get a 404 error / problem when trying to search. It looks like FILENAME_NEWSDESK_SEARCH_RESULT is not defined ! I downloaded the version 1.48.3 but is is not found in any of those files I think Regards Morten
  4. I need to export some data from OSC to a logistics / purchasing system. To avoid to double type all prices and information we definately need to do an automatic export from OSC on a regular basis. Easypopulate seems like a very suitable contrib for that. We will use EP to get products info into OSC since all vendors supply Excel price lists. We need to modify EP so that it gives out theese fields as a tab, comma or semicolon separated list : Description Field no. Length Comments =========================== Identification 3 Always: XYZ #Header Type of information 1 Always: P - for Products Version 2 Always: 15 #Data starts here : Product no. 1 25 Text Description/name 2 60 Text Entity name 3 20 Text Weight 4 10 Numeric Volume 5 10 Numeric Cost price 6 10 Numeric Sales price 7 10 Numeric VAT code 8 1 Numeric Product group 9 4 Numeric Sub Group 10 4 Numeric Purchase price 11 4 Numeric Supplier connection 12 25 Text Stock 13 12 Numeric Default warehouse 14 4 Numeric I know some of those fields do not match the database structure of OSC, but those fields could just be hardcoded so the output is set to a fixed value. Summarized : Standard OSC import functionality. Custom output with only some fields in the export. Export format separated by tabs, commas or semicolons. Can somebody give some hints on how to achieve this ? Rgds TAN
  5. I need to export some data from OSC to a logistics / purchasing system. To avoid to double type all prices and information we definately need to do an automatic export from OSC on a regular basis. Easypopulate seems like a very suitable contrib for that. We will use EP to get products info into OSC since all vendors supply Excel price lists. We need to modify EP so that it gives out theese fields as a tab, comma or semicolon separated list : Description Field no. Length Comments =========================== Identification 3 Always: XYZ #Header Type of information 1 Always: P - for Products Version 2 Always: 15 #Data starts here : Product no. 1 25 Text Description/name 2 60 Text Entity name 3 20 Text Weight 4 10 Numeric Volume 5 10 Numeric Cost price 6 10 Numeric Sales price 7 10 Numeric VAT code 8 1 Numeric Product group 9 4 Numeric Sub Group 10 4 Numeric Purchase price 11 4 Numeric Supplier connection 12 25 Text Stock 13 12 Numeric Default warehouse 14 4 Numeric I know some of those fields do not match the database structure of OSC, but those fields could just be hardcoded so the output is set to a fixed value. Summarized : Standard OSC import functionality. Custom output with only some fields in the export. Export format separated by tabs, commas or semicolons. Can somebody give some hints on how to achieve this ? Rgds TAN
  6. Take a look at the QUICK MENU down on the left side. Is that hand coded links inserted as normal HTML ? Or is it a way to control that menu from the control panel for the user? I see the selections are linked to a directory called /cPath/xx_yyy Does cPath ring a bell ? When clicking one of the links in the Quick meny, a new page is served up. When I look at the link that new page it at it is is for example .../index.php/cPath/9_263 A standard product page that is listing products comes up, but is the std. directory naming convention in OSC ? Regards TAN
  7. Take a look at this OSC site located at http://www.2kracing.com/ This site is very similar to what we are targeting. Can somebody tell me what contribs are used or if a lot of custom coding will be neccessary to achieve this result ? Regards TAN
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