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  1. Hi folks, Hit a slight problem with transactions with more than one item quantity. The installation (v2.3.1) this is on has some issues with the tax implementation, but I'm not quite sure what the purpose of the following piece of script is in the paypal express script (ext\modules\payment\paypal\express.php). $nProd = sizeof($order->products); $subtotal = 0; for ($i = 0; $i < $nProd; ++$i) { $subtotal += $paypal_express->format_raw($order->products[$i]['final_price']) * $order->products[$i]['qty']; } $difst = 0; if ($subtotal != $paypal_express->format_raw($order->info['subtotal'])) { $difst = $paypal_express->format_raw($order->info['subtotal']) - $subtotal; } $order->products[$nProd - 1]['final_price'] += $difst; Can anyone explain the purpose of this? I'm not quite sure why the script seems to be comparing the order subtotal to an aggregate product total, and then offsetting the last item by that difference? Many thanks, Baps.
  2. Hi folks, I've just completed a level 1 integration of Google Checkout in a 2.3 store. Thought I'd throw in my 2 cents in case it is of any use to anyone. I used the same package as Alan, but on a modified store so can't provide line numbers. The problem some people are getting with the shopping cart button is that it's placed within the update cart form if you follow the instructions. It needs to be outside this form, so I placed it here. catalog/shopping_cart.php <p align="right"><?php echo $value; ?></p> <?php } } ?> </div> </form> <?php // *** BEGIN GOOGLE CHECKOUT *** if (defined('MODULE_PAYMENT_GOOGLECHECKOUT_STATUS') && MODULE_PAYMENT_GOOGLECHECKOUT_STATUS == 'True') { include_once('googlecheckout/gcheckout.php'); } // *** END GOOGLE CHECKOUT *** } else { ?> <div class="contentContainer"> <div class="contentText"> <?php echo TEXT_CART_EMPTY; ?> I placed the addition in the login script before the closing require calls; catalog/login.php </form> </div> </div> <?php // *** BEGIN GOOGLE CHECKOUT *** if (defined('MODULE_PAYMENT_GOOGLECHECKOUT_STATUS') && MODULE_PAYMENT_GOOGLECHECKOUT_STATUS == 'True') { include_once('googlecheckout/gcheckout.php'); } // *** END GOOGLE CHECKOUT *** require(DIR_WS_INCLUDES . 'template_bottom.php'); require(DIR_WS_INCLUDES . 'application_bottom.php'); ?> The additions to admin/orders.php and /admin/includes/functions/general.phpare the same as Alan's. The admin/modules.php script has an additional edit; catalog/admin/modules.php if (tep_not_null($action)) { switch ($action) { case 'save': // *** BEGIN GOOGLE CHECKOUT *** require(DIR_FS_CATALOG . 'googlecheckout/inserts/admin/modules2.php'); // *** END GOOGLE CHECKOUT *** reset($HTTP_POST_VARS['configuration']); I would suggest not using the gc_return.php script as it's using the 2.2 layout. I just created a replacement script for 2.3 that displays a message and empties the cart. You may wish to include the text content in a language definition. <?php require('includes/application_top.php'); require(DIR_WS_INCLUDES . 'template_top.php'); ?> <h1><?php echo "Thankyou for your order through Google Checkout." ?></h1> <div class="contentContainer"> <div class="contentText"> <p>Thank you for buying with <img src="http://checkout.google.com/seller/images/google_checkout.gif" /></p> <p>Please <a href='contact_us.php'>contact us</a> if you have any queries, we will process your order shortly.</p> </div> <div class="buttonSet"> <span class="buttonAction"><?php echo tep_draw_button(IMAGE_BUTTON_CONTINUE, 'triangle-1-e', tep_href_link(FILENAME_DEFAULT)); ?></span> </div> </div> <?php $cart->reset(true); require(DIR_WS_INCLUDES . 'template_bottom.php'); require(DIR_WS_INCLUDES . 'application_bottom.php'); ?> For the config of the payment module, don't forget to actually install it. There's a few posts scattered around the web that seem to have missed this step. Once you have your ID and key populated for the sandbox/live checkout, open the advanced settings for the module. If, like me, you rename your admin directory, the API callback URL listed may be incorrect (although this didn't affect me as I'm not using a level 2 integration). If you have created another page instead of gc_return.php, enter the name of that script in the "continue shopping URL" at the end of the advanced settings page. You may also want to add a class to the additional text for the Google checkout button so you can style it. This is in the catalog/googlecheckout/gcheckout.php script. $google_analytics_id = gc_get_configuration_value($config->googleAnalyticsId()); if ($google_analytics_id != $config->nullValue()) { $Gcart->AddGoogleAnalyticsTracking($google_analytics_id); } ?> <div align="right"> <?php echo '<div class='gcAddTxt' style="width: 180px; text-align: center;"><b>' . MODULE_PAYMENT_GOOGLECHECKOUT_TEXT_OPTION . '</b></div>'; ?> Hopefully someone will find this of some use, it's a messy "plugin". Baps.
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    Who's Online Enhancement 1.4

    Hi folks, Wondering if perhaps someone can suggest what's wrong with my installation of this addon? I'm running osCommerce 2.3.1 and have installed Who's Online version 3.5.4. I've found so many additions/edits of this I'm somewhat confused as to which I should be running to be honest. This version is mostly fine, although it doesn't label bots as bots. From what I'm reading I need to update spiders.txt? Does anyone know where I get a valid updated version of this from? Also, the shopping cart appears to be separate from the rest of the table and doesn't recognise when someone has an item in their cart. You can see this in the attached screenshot where even the style is different on the shopping cart column. Would I be better reinstalling the addon? If someone could point me to the correct version that would be very helpful. Many thanks, Baps. Edit: Regarding the cart issue, I've checked the store sessions settings, they both match.
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