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  1. Which Sort Order plug-in is referred into in conjunction with the AJAX Attribute Manager? The only one I found is: Sort order by drop down menu for product listing Is this the correct add-on? Ed
  2. Ok I installed the Add-on and made the code changes as per the instructions. When I went to add a new product to use the add-on I get the following message: Fatal error: Call to undefined function amsessionisregistered() in /home/totalw8/public_html/clippityclipcoupons.com/admin/attributeManager/classes/attributeManagerConfig.class.php on line 141 I believe the add-on has conflict issues with the Sort Order plug-in and the QT Pro plug-in. However, I have never installed either add-on, but the AJAX assumes that I did. If you view the file attached install-osc-2.3.1.htm (13.14K) and scroll to Additonal Notes for other contribution compatability you will note a series of instructions that state only if you have these plug-ins installed which I have not installed but it appears by viewing the attributeManager/classes/attributeManagerConfig.class.php file that they are assumed to be automatically installed. As such, do I need to make the code changes as if I have the add-ons or do I need to install them. Any help would be appreciated. Ed
  3. I fixed many of my issues. However, I discovered that the add-on has conflict issues with the Sort Order plug-in and the QT Pro plug-in. If you view the file attached install-osc-2.3.1.htm and scroll to Additonal Notes for other contribution compatability you will note a series of instructions that state only if you have these plug-ins installed which I have not installed but it appears by viewing the attributeManager/classes/attributeManagerConfig.class.php file that they are automatically installed. Could some one view the file and see if I am correct or mistaken? If so, I need to make the code changes. Can some one tell me how to fix them because I still get the Fatal Error message as listed above? Thanks, Ed
  4. I tried to install the AJAX Attribute Manager. I placed the folder in the admin directory as instructed and made the stated code changes. When I open a new product entry page I see the following message. Fatal error: Call to undefined function amsessionisregistered() in /home/totalw8/public_html/clippityclipcoupons.com/admin/attributeManager/classes/attributeManagerConfig.class.php on line 141 What does this mean and how do I correct it? Also, in the download folder is an update text file titled "update_2.8.9.2_to_2.8.9.3.txt It states: in admin/attributeManager.php: Find: <input type="image" <?php if($attributeManager->getTemplateOrder()=='123'){echo 'style="border:1px solid #DDDDDD;"';} ?> src="attributeManager/images/icon_123.png" onclick="return amTemplateOrder('123');" border="0" title="" /> <input type="image" <?php if($attributeManager->getTemplateOrder()=='abc'){echo 'style="border:1px solid #DDDDDD;"';} ?> src="attributeManager/images/icon_abc.png" onclick="return amTemplateOrder('abc');" border="0" title="" /> REPLACE WITH: <input type="image" <?php if($attributeManager->getTemplateOrder()=='123'){echo 'style="border:1px solid #DDDDDD;"';} ?> src="attributeManager/images/icon_123.png" onclick="return amTemplateOrder('123');" border="0" title="AM_AJAX_SORT_NUMERIC" /> <input type="image" <?php if($attributeManager->getTemplateOrder()=='abc'){echo 'style="border:1px solid #DDDDDD;"';} ?> src="attributeManager/images/icon_abc.png" onclick="return amTemplateOrder('abc');" border="0" title="AM_AJAX_SORT_ALPHABETIC" /> IN admin/attributeManager/languages/english/attributeManager.php: ADD BEFORE FINAL ?>: define('AM_AJAX_SORT_NUMERIC', 'Sort Numerically'); define('AM_AJAX_SORT_ALPHABETIC', 'Sort Alphabetically'); However when I open the stated .php file it contains ONLY the following: <?php /* $Id: attributeManager.php,v 1.0 21/02/06 Sam West$ osCommerce, Open Source E-Commerce Solutions http://www.oscommerce.com Released under the GNU General Public License Copyright What do I do now? Any help would be greatly appreciated. Thanks, Ed