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  1. Marketster

    Pass osCommerce session IDs into Flash

    :thumbsup: Wow, Chris. Beautiful job and very easy to implement!!! I doubt you remember, but you and I traded posts a while back about this very same issue and my ideas at that time were to write a script to process the variables so that flash could work with them (and vice versa). You really DID it here. Clean, concise, perfectly functional code that most novices could implement. Truly, kudos. I've stopped using the hack I threw together as a solution and started using your method. Thanks a heap--from us all! B)
  2. Hi, I've recently installed the WYSIWYG mod (using same fileset) to two different domains. One works perfectly. The other doesn't show up at all? Any help? I know it's not an install problem, as I uploaded the exact same files to the two servers. :blink:
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    Yep. You can select from a flat amount per sale, or a percentage based commission. Happy customizing!
  4. Marketster

    Text problem with option_type

    Hi, Joe-- It works no matter what value you assign it, but we resolved this problem in our own installs by creating an option name field and leaving the field where you enter the option name blank. Then, when assigning an attribute to a product, you can select this "blank" field. As I said, either solution should work fine for your purposes. We just prefer it that was so its not so confusing when you scan through your attributes list.
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    Fatal error: Cannot redeclare affiliate_check_url() (previously declared in /home/marketst/public_html/demostore/includes/functions/affiliate_functions.php:15) in /home/marketst/public_html/demostore/includes/functions/affiliate_functions.php on line 15 Anyone run into this before? :unsure:
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    Hi, I am having the same problem as RWFresh, two or three posts above. I have just installed OSCAffiliatev2.02 on top of my OSCommerce MS2.2 storefront. I received the following error: Fatal error: Call to undefined function: tep_session_register() in /home/buttons/public_html/includes/affiliate_application_top.php on line 106 So, I went to affiliate_application_top and removed the code to start the session, just to see what happened. I was then able to actually get to my storefront, but the following errors were reported: Parse error: parse error in /home/marketst/public_html/demostore/catalog/includes/affiliate_application_top.php on line 157 Warning: session_start(): Cannot send session cookie - headers already sent by (output started at /home/marketst/public_html/demostore/catalog/includes/affiliate_application_top.php:157) in /home/marketst/public_html/demostore/catalog/includes/functions/sessions.php on line 67 Warning: session_start(): Cannot send session cache limiter - headers already sent (output started at /home/marketst/public_html/demostore/catalog/includes/affiliate_application_top.php:157) in /home/marketst/public_html/demostore/catalog/includes/functions/sessions.php on line 67 Yadda...yadda. Seems the OSCAffiliate session start is in some way conflicting with the existing sessions.php file? Or ill-defined? OR...what did I miss, and where? Someone please help us both (RWFresh,) and I out here and let me know if you encountered this error, and if so...how you corrected it? Thanks, Lynette