Rob123

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About Rob123

  • Birthday 12/20/1906

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    Robert
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    Male
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    New York City
  • Interests
    Watching SciFi with my Step-Dog.
    (BSG:TNS and ST:DS9)

    I also code for fun and profit.
  1. One way to track rss links is using the same method that you track your other online advertising. In addition, a quick and dirty (but effective) method is to use the "osC Affiliate" contribtion. You simply treat your feeds as an affiliate with no payout. Your inbound links can look like http://www.yoursite.com?ref=123 where 123 is the affilaite number. Oh yeah... the most obvious method may be to look at your logs. HTH, Robert
  2. Welcome to the forum... now stop highjacking threads. Now that I'm done yelling at you... :P Make sure the weight of the downloadable products is Zero (0). If this does not work... start your own thread. HTH, Robert
  3. Um... I don't know if this meets your requirement for a good, robust contribution (that works). Random Specials Personally, I use my own home-grown solution but the contribution above looks like it would suit your needs. HTH, Robert
  4. One of the sites that I support used to have the AIM box displayed. (They eventually moved to a different support method) My solution to resolve the SSL problem... Use cURL to display the correct image using https when needed. I offered my code to the author of the contribution, I guess it was not needed. If this is something that you could use, PM me and I'll send you a link to my test site. If you like it and consider it useful, I'll clean it up and submit it as a contribution. Robert (Moderators: please note that this is not a solicitation for work.)
  5. For this contribution, yes.
  6. If I'm understanding you correctly, I think you made changes to column names in the database. Based on my assumption, I suggest that you check the database table called "orders_products". Change the column called "products_sku" back to "products_model".
  7. Did you look in the contributions section? Minimum Advertised Price Module HTH, Robert
  8. Did you search the contributions? I recall several "call for price" contributions. HTH, Robert
  9. Perhaps you would like to describe your problem and the exact error message. Other people may understand you, but I didn't have my coffee yet so I may be a little slow today. Robert
  10. Did you actually tell us what your problem is? I'm happy to help (through the forum) but I don't understand your issue. Robert
  11. Another option is: Quantity Price Breaks Per Product I'm not sure if will work with mixed cases. HTH, Robert
  12. The real problem is that Easy Populate does not handle "linked" products between multiple categories. You would have to come up with an alternate solution. In my case I used a MySQL script to link hundreds of products en masse. The problem was that I had to proof my changes and correct the occasional issue. HTH, Robert
  13. This is an issue that is not directly related to this contribution. The solution is within the link below. http://www.oscommerce.com/community/bugs,1605 Robert
  14. You're in the wrong forum, perhaps the product that you are using has a forum with dedicated suport. There are many differences between the product above and stock osCommerce. Robert
  15. With all due respect to Kenny Boyd's work, modifying his contribution would be extremely difficult. It would be faster (and IMO more efficient) to build a rss feed from scratch. The problem is that there are way too many "mini-queries" (a term one of my database admins calls it) There are many rss contributions and perhaps one of them does what you want. (I do not want to reinvent the wheel.) If you can't find an appropiate contribution, PM me or post it in this thread and I'll work with you. I am willing to do it for you and submit it as a contribution. Just call it my good deed for the day. Robert