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  1. beti.rabiaa@hotmail.com


    My Name is Betty Rabia i was impressed when i saw your profile at oscommerce.com and l will like you to email me back to my in box so that i can send you my picture for you to know who i am .i belive we can establish a long lasting relationship with you.In addition,i will like you to reply me through my private email box (beti.rabiaa@hotmail.com) This is...

  2. safani

    osPlayer v2

    Wow, it seems like it's really hard to get an answer here. MY problem is similar but no one seems to have a direct answer. I am testing my site, I have installed OSCOMMERCE IN AJAX contribution. From a clean install of this contribution I used the advanced installation method. The main difference I have noted in OSCOMMERCE IN AJAX is the fact that the function tep_href_link() does not exist and has been changed to tep_href_link_ajax(). I have changed all instances of tep_href_link() in OSplayer to tep_href_link_ajax(). So far everything has gone smoothly up until creating an MP3 folder. I have 5 domains... in my cpanel php config the register globals are off, but I have PHP 5.2.3 and nothing fishy has gone on until now. When I attempt to add a folder the folder space is filled with the product name of the product I have created, I read somewhere that it would be a register globals problem if the product name did not carry over into the text field. The text field is automatically filled with register globals off at this point. When I click to create the folder I am immediately sent to the login page and I have to login to see mp3manager again. At this point the same screen is shown with a blank text field for the folder name. Upon entering the name again I am sent back to the login page again and no folders are being added to my server. The form posts to /oscommerce/admin/mp3manager.php. I am trying to figure out why my session would get thrown out, and why the mp3manager never creates the folder. I have correct permission set as 777 on both /data and /data/mp3/ folders. Can someone point to where the authentication process is located? OR maybe give insight as to why this might happen. Thank You Much Safani
  3. safani


    Changing the folder to oscommerce will do the trick....but I really don't feel it should be this way. The name should be interchangeable and not hidden in a function. Just MHO.
  4. safani


    Hello, this is a wonderful contribution. I am trying to test the site but I've run into some problems. The site instructions say to unzip into a folder called oscommerce, however I want to change that name to something else. I changed the folder name to "shop" on my site. Now when I go to the index I see all the pictures for the products as I have edited my config files correctly, but when I click on a product the AJAX target div gives me a 404 error. "Not Found The requested URL /oscommerce/product_info.php was not found on this server. Additionally, a 404 Not Found error was encountered while trying to use an ErrorDocument to handle the request." This error leads me to believe that somewhere (maybe in index.php's javascript in the header) I need to replace "oscommerce" with "/". I am fairly new to ajax, but I assume that the ajax request sends variables to the product_info.php file. When I mouse over a product I see my path to the catalog + the product info separated by dashes + .html. Somehow this info is sent to product_info.php but I cannot see where. I need to understand this so that I can figure out why "/oscommerce" is still being held as the catalog folder instead of "/".