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  1. cyberphool

    Callback Worldpay

    Hi Graham, I'm not sure if I can help. The only thing that stands out to me is the HTTPS setting. Are you using HTTPS (ie SSL secure connection) for your site? Because your callback URL is set to "https://" This might be an issue? - David
  2. cyberphool

    How Did You Hear About Us - Support

    I AM A DOLT :) I just read through your installation notes again - "Admin can also make this required or not (Admin->Configuration->Customer Details)" cheers for that, solved ;)
  3. cyberphool

    How Did You Hear About Us - Support

    Hi there, hope you're still reading this thread Ryan :) Could you let me know how to change these fields from mandatory to optional please? thanks, David
  4. cyberphool

    How To Make Contributions

    I'd like to add what is important for me regarding the contributions. (apart from coding standards and documentation explaining how to implement them) I thinks it's really important to be able to rate contributions, there are some that are very similar and it's difficult to choose between them. I don't have the time to try a contribution, get it to work and then uninstall it without too much fuss. Secondly, where possible, it would be great to see a screenshot. It really helps to see what the contribution is aiming to do, and it often gives an indication of the level of quality of the contribution itself. Regards, David
  5. cyberphool

    Callback Worldpay

    Hi Matthew, During test transactions the shop will appear to work as normal. By setting the "mode" to a test mode of 100 or 101, you are setting how worldpay will process your request. As 100 (Test Mode Accept) your payment will always be accepted by world pay. As 101 (Test Mode Decline) your payment will always be denied by worldpay. The shop should work correctly to display both success and failure. That is what both modes are used for, to see what would happen to a customer if their transaction succeeded or failed. - david
  6. cyberphool

    WorldPay 4.7

    I didn't experience that. I set the Worldpay module to 100 and then to 101 to test a success and failure payment. Later I left it on success and ran through the site a couple of times. A few days later after notifying Worldpay I switched the "Mode" of the Worldpay module to 0 (live mode). I appears to be working fine. During test mode, in both states (100 & 101) after going through the Worldpay pages, I was redirected to wpcallback.php and the correct error/success message was displayed. Are you sure you have the correct path back to your shop? I am not using any SSL security, so the URL of my site always starts with "http://". My callback URL also starts with "http://". - David
  7. cyberphool

    WorldPay 4.7

    Hi Nigel, I also had the wrong installation id initially, but I noticed this when the emails were sent after placing an order. They had a different company's name in the message. Did you also notice this? Unfortunately for me, changing my installation id didn't fix the problem :unsure: Well it's good to hear you got your problem solved. -david
  8. cyberphool

    WorldPay 4.7

    Hi Richreeve, I have found a solution that is working for me. It may work for you too, and I'd like to know if it does. Please have a look here: http://forums.oscommerce.com/index.php?act=ST&f=21&t=95966 Regards, David
  9. cyberphool

    Callback Worldpay

    I'm trying to find a solution to a problem with the WorldPay module. I have found a few open threads relating to it, but i'm only going to post here for now, until I can confirm that this solution works for anyone else. My wp module was installed according to the guide and pretty much how others have installed it. The problem is after successfully completing a transaction, the browser stops at the end of the WorldPay transaction and does not return to the shopping site. I get confirmation emails from WorldPay, but nothing from osCommerce. Also I get no copy of the order going through to my shop's database. I tried a few solutions listed, but with no results I returned everything back to how I started. My single successful solution so far has been to enter my site URL in the WorldPay Administration area instead of the callback URL. Instead of using the callback suggested (http://<wpdisplay item="MC_callback">) I enter the full path on my site of the wpcallback.php file. I entered something like this: http://www.myshop.com/catalog/wpcallback.php My site is now working through initial tests with WorldPay. The system completes the order, returns me to my shop, adds the order to my shop's database and sends off emails to confirm. Unfortunately I don't understand enough about the callback system of WorldPay, or the osCommerce WorldPay module to explain why it's working, but for now it seems to be okay. I'd love to hear any opinions as to how it is working, and maybe we can discover what might be going wrong with the other callback address?? cheers, David
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