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  1. netstep

    New UPS XML Shipping Module available

    I'M SUCH A TOOL....When I upgraded my test site I uninstalled and reinstalled = loaded new config vars. However, when I put it into production I just updated the files. ...rookie move...I wish I could delete the last three posts. Appears to be working fine. Shipping zone config var was messed up.
  2. netstep

    New UPS XML Shipping Module available

    I was obviously incorrect when I thought it was choking on the address....because it only checks down to the zip code/zone level. When I switch between addresses, both with valid City, state,zip...one works perfectly and the other eliminates the UPSXML module completely. I don't get it.....
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    New UPS XML Shipping Module available

    I truly hope someone can help shed some light on this. If there is any irregularity in the address, the UPS module fails to display. I've enabled error reporting...it's logging the successes, but not the errors.
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    New UPS XML Shipping Module available

    Problem: No UPS rates shown if customer enters an address the module doesn't like. If perfect address = show rates. However, customers are entering whatever address syntax they typically do, and no rates appear....the module doesn't appear at all. This has resulted in several orders coming in with no shipping charge. Our sales reps are ripping me a new one, my boss is PISSED and our company controller is throwing fits. ANY suggestions or help will be welcome. Problem started when I upgraded from v1.2.6 2007/02/02 to v 1.3.7 2009/08/27 ...no idea how I got 1.3.7....when v1.3.9.2 is available....I'll push that update and see if it solves the problem. If you've got any additional suggestions I'm all ears. OSC v2.2
  5. After using EP for a couple years, I was excited to try out the Products Extra Fields function in Easy Populate 2.76G. 2.76G is GREAT!!! THANK YOU SO MUCH. :thumbsup: However, the Products Extra Fields function isn't consistent with how the rest of this AMAZING tool works. I was expecting the Extra Fields to be added to the EP export just like the attributes....as columns. Then I could use Excel to add the data into those fields and upload. v_attribute_values_id_8_3 | v_attribute_values_name_8_3_1 | v_attribute_values_price_8_3 I was expecting new columns like v_products_extra_fields_id_1 | v_products_extra_fields_value_1 .... Instead we got the basic columns, but the values are stacked in the columns: Note below where the the same model# is used in 4 rows. v_products_model | v_products_extra_fields_name | v_products_extra_fields_id | v_products_extra_fields_value | EOREOR TP1 | Voltage | 4 | Testing Extra Field 1 | EOREOR TP1 | Capacity | 5 | Testing Extra Field 2 | EOREOR TP1 | Chemistry | 6 | Li-Ion | EOREOR TP1 | Cell | 7 | Testing Extra Field 4 | EOREOR What will it take to make the PEF data display horizontally so each row contains all the PEF values for 1 product...just like attributes? I'm maxed out here, but I may have to make time for this because I'm using PEF much more...and this could save me some serious time. HOWEVER, I'm willing to contribute CASH to someone if they want to set this up and add it to the contribution.
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    Authorize.net Simple Integration Method (SIM) Support

    If you've been reading this forum in anticipation of the end of Dragonkeeper's issue. We traced the transaction all the way through but still have an unanswered question. In the checkout process, the events occurring at the end include sending order confirmations and clearing the cart just before redirecting to the checkout success page. Dragonkeeper's transaction made it all the way through all the steps except for the final redirect to the success page before timing out. His communication with Anet included. As I understand it Dragaonkeeper's server is located in AU and Anet's server is in New Jersey US...about as far away as you can get. I know light travels fast, but I suppose if you through in a little packet routing and network congestion and you can get a time-out problem (a theory). Drangonkeeper was able to install the AIM module and all transactions worked perfectly. No worries.
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    Authorize.net Simple Integration Method (SIM) Support

    Yes. Easy. But this if off topic. Please PM me for help.
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    Authorize.net Simple Integration Method (SIM) Support

    A bit confusing but posted earlier in #47 That's the next factor to consider. If your site is set to SSL, then the script may be trying to redirect the Anet call to the SSL page...which is not authorized. From Anet's response: we discourage redirects.... because it might break the script. You were not intentionally redirecting the that would be the result of sending Anet to an HTTP: page on HTTPS: site. Why did you bury your osC install so far down in your web site? Icky url path... http://www.mywebsite.com/oscommerce-2.2ms2...out_process.php It's not relevant to this discussion because Anet doesn't care, but have you considered moving it to: http://www.mywebsite.com/catalog/checkout_process.php
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    Authorize.net Simple Integration Method (SIM) Support

    1. Is the Anet-SIM module set to "test" or "production" mode? 2. Is the transaction appearing in the Authorize.net system. Connect > transact > fail on return to osC OR Connect > fail 3. What is your "Default receipt URL" in Authorize.net > Account > Settings > Response/Receipt URLs Should be like: http://www.example.com/checkout_process.php (or https:// for secure + make sure w/w-out www matches your config too)
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    Authorize.net Simple Integration Method (SIM) Support

    You are referring to constants that may be added to the includes/config.php file (optional). 3. CUSTOMIZE PAYMENT FORM (See screen shot) ***NOTE: Any references to files (images/CSS) must be on an SSL server or it will cause the Internet Explorere "non-secure items" warning. ***Example: You might want to dress up your form by linking it to your site style sheet....but EVERY time someone goes to your form it will pop-up a warning window...unless your stylesheet is on an SSL server. ***Even if it's on an SSL server, the visitor may get a phishing warning because the reference is to a site other then the site they are on (authorize.net). You may add some customization to the payment form by editing the form settings in your Authorize.net control panel. OR You can define values that will be sent to the form. I prefer this method because the header/footer settings in the merchant control panel are limited to 255 characters. It doesn't take much formatting to suck this up. CSS I put all my CSS in the tag too so no external style references. Some of the values are specific to the Payment form (view code on form to see other elements you can format. Example: #x_exp_date,#x_card_code,#x_card_num{background: #FFFF66;} makes the background for the required fields yellow. Add the definitions below to your configuration file. //EVERYTHING REFERENCED BY CSS OR IMAGES MUST BE HOSTED ON SSL TO PREVENT IE "Secure/non-secure" error define('AUTHORIZENET_PAYFORM_HTML_HEADER',' <style type="text/css"> body {font-family:Tahoma,Verdana,Arial;font-size:12px;background: #4C71AB;} .name{font-size:30px;font-weight:bold;} .title{font-size:18px;font-weight:bold;color:#666666;} .HeaderFooter1{font-family:Tahoma,Verdana,Arial;font-size:12px;} .Page{background: #ffffff;} #x_exp_date,#x_card_code,#x_card_num{background: #FFFF66;} </style> <span class="name">Company or Site Name</span><br> <span class="title">Secure Payment System</span> '); define('AUTHORIZENET_PAYFORM_HTML_FOOTER','I suggest displaying your street address here in the footer<br />Phone: 555-555-5555 | Fax: 555-555-5555'); define('AUTHORIZENET_PAYFORM_LOGO',''); //MUST BE ON SSL SERVER These values are optional. The code in the payment module looks like this. Note the "if(defined...." //+HEADFOOT - PAYMENT FORM HEADER & FOOTER - Not limited to 255 characters like the Authorize.net payment form settings. You can include styles, etc. However, be careful not to link to images on NON-SSL sites. //define these variables in your configuration file: AUTHORIZENET_PAYFORM_HTML_HEADER, AUTHORIZENET_PAYFORM_HTML_FOOTER, AUTHORIZENET_PAYFORM_LOGO if(defined('AUTHORIZENET_PAYFORM_HTML_HEADER')){ $payform_header_html = AUTHORIZENET_PAYFORM_HTML_HEADER; }else{ $payform_header_html = ''; } if(defined('AUTHORIZENET_PAYFORM_HTML_FOOTER')){ $payform_footer_html = AUTHORIZENET_PAYFORM_HTML_FOOTER; }else{ $payform_footer_html = ''; } if(defined('AUTHORIZENET_PAYFORM_LOGO')){ $payform_logo = AUTHORIZENET_PAYFORM_LOGO; //MUST BE ON SSL SERVER & LISTED IN YOUR AUTHORIZED URLS. }else{ $payform_logo = ''; } //-HEADFOOT
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    Authorize.net Simple Integration Method (SIM) Support

    I apologize. The constant "DOMAIN" is not standard in osC. The simplest way to fix this is to add the constant to your includes/config.php file. define('HTTP_COOKIE_DOMAIN', 'www.Example.com'); define('DOMAIN','www.Example.com'); You may also use define('DOMAIN',HTTP_COOKIE_DOMAIN); Errrr....not sure about this one. I never messed around much with using the module in test mode. I went straight to the production mode and put a $1 test product in my catalog. Then I made actual purchases with my CC then canceled them. If you do this a bunch you're CC company may flag your card and you'll have to let them know this was intentional. May help to do different amounts..$1, $2, $3, etc. As long as you can log into your authorize.net terminal and cancel them before they post. I wish I could be more help, but it's challenging when I can't duplicate the error.
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    Authorize.net Simple Integration Method (SIM) Support

    Sounds like the info your passing to Anet isn't verifying in the Anet system. Authorize.net > Login > Account > Settings > Response/Receipt URLs http://YOURSITE/checkout_process.php [Default Receipt URL] In your site this may look like: http://www.squaredealfarm.org/osCommerce/c...out_process.php You'll also need to enter the transaction key from Anet into your osC payment module. ...looks like you may be in over your head a bit at http://www.squaredealfarm.org/osCommerce/c...stall/index.php Geeks like to make it sound like installing osC is a piece a cake...and it is for geeks....but if you're a beginner it can be trying to take a drink from a fire hose. Believe me when I say I can feel your pain. I was a beginner about 7 years ago, and many of the super geeks in osC community help me realize I've still got a great deal to learn. If you're about to go crazy, you may want to considering hiring a member of this talented community to help you get your site up an running. OFF TOPIC...in addition to your osC install you need some help getting you images optimized, etc. Example: http://squaredealfarm.org/images/threestacktwo.JPG is 1.2mb can be optimized to 19k and cut the loading time for that image by 98%. Get optimized image here - right click - save-as A free program like http://www.fookes.com/ezthumbs/ can really help get your images resized and speed up your page loading time.
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    Authorize.net Simple Integration Method (SIM) Support

    You should put it in the stylesheet and name it something like "DIV.error_anet", but I put mine inline. chechout_payment.php Look for <table border="0" width="100%" cellspacing="0" cellpadding="0"> <tr> <td> <table border="0" width="100%" cellspacing="0" cellpadding="0"> <tr> <td class="pageHeading"><?php echo PAYMENT_HEADING_TITLE; ?></td> </tr> </table> </td> </tr> Below it add <?php //+5370 $error_message = (isset($HTTP_GET_VARS['error_message']) ? $HTTP_GET_VARS['error_message'] : ''); if (tep_not_null($error_message)) { echo '<tr> <td> <div style="font-size:12px; color:#cc0000; font-weight:bold; width:600; border:3px solid #cc0000; padding:5px; background:#ffffcc;">ERROR: ' . $error_message . '</div> </td> </tr>'; } //-5370 ?> Find where the error message is currently located near the breadcrumbs and comment that out.
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    Authorize.net Simple Integration Method (SIM) Support

    Do you have the referrer URLs set up in Anet? http://www.yoursite.com/checkout_process.php
  15. netstep

    Authorize.net Simple Integration Method (SIM) Support

    Bug fix release posted. http://www.oscommerce.com/community/contributions,5370
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