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  1. speed777

    Offical Google Checkout module for osCommerce Support Thread

    Set Subtract Stock to true in your Configuration/Stock panel & then go to Sessions and mark them all at False, then test it.
  2. speed777

    Offical Google Checkout module for osCommerce Support Thread

    In your Configuration>Sessions panel, try setting all to False. It was the only way that I could get the Google checkout orders into my OSC Admin panel. You can experiment from there by adding them in one by one and observing the differences.
  3. speed777

    Offical Google Checkout module for osCommerce Support Thread

    Check in admin/includes/functions/general.php for this line: // perhaps this function must be moved to googlecheckout class, is not too general function gc_cfg_select_shipping($select_array, $key_value, $key = '') { It should be line 880 or so.
  4. speed777

    Offical Google Checkout module for osCommerce Support Thread

    Remove CA from the 'Zone 1 Countries' in your Zone Rates module and add: 'zones' => 'Zone Rates', like this: $mc_shipping_methods_names = array( 'table' => 'First Class Mail', 'flat' => 'USPS Priority Mail', 'ups' => 'United Parcel Service (1)', 'zones' => 'Zone Rates', ); Then test it, if it runs good then add CA back in and retest it.
  5. speed777

    Offical Google Checkout module for osCommerce Support Thread

    Are you using the flat rate table? If you are, try to remove the Canada code in the international part of shipping_methods.php
  6. speed777

    Offical Google Checkout module for osCommerce Support Thread

    Your username/pw is in your Google Account, just sign into your Account>Checkout Sandbox>Settings>Integration and you'll see your Google merchant ID & Google merchant key. Use the merchant ID as your username and the merchant key as the password.
  7. speed777

    Offical Google Checkout module for osCommerce Support Thread

    Did you upload gc_return.php to your public_html or catalog folder? I use a bit of code to reset the cart: <?php $cart->reset(true); ?> Place at the end of file before this code in gc_return.php: <!-- body_text_eof //--> The 3rd problem is harder to solve, I am having that problem myself. I got it to function properly once, but I had to rebuild my site because I moved to a different server and the problem returned.
  8. speed777

    Offical Google Checkout module for osCommerce Support Thread

    "I went back to using the flat rate US and the flat Intl mod's I made and though they still did not show in the Google console, the shipping was calculated correctly when checking out on Google's site." They won't show up on the Google console, you have to edit them separately from the shipping modules section. "I tried Speed777's suggestion, but it didn't work. When you went to Google to checkout, Speed's suggestion gave you a drop-down box with a choice of all 50 states to choose from for your shipping and they all had a value of $0.00. The shipping still did not show up in the Google Console either" This one shows up in the Google console as: Zone Rates domestic_types 10.00 AL 9.50 FL 8.90 GA I put in test values but when the GCO is edited, the values revert back to $1. So, its pretty useless. You seem to have the best solution with the flat rate modules.
  9. speed777

    Offical Google Checkout module for osCommerce Support Thread

    1. Select the shipping methods that you wish to use and install them in your shipping panel. 2. Run the shipping generator. 3. Paste the results in your shipping_methods.php file.
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    Offical Google Checkout module for osCommerce Support Thread

    A correction to the code in shipping_methods.php, it should be like this: 'zones' => array( 'domestic_types' => array( 'zones' => 'AL', 'FL', 'GA', ),
  11. speed777

    Offical Google Checkout module for osCommerce Support Thread

    See the way it's supposed to work is that the GCO module uses realtime shipping quotes but if that's not available, it defaults to the zones module so you will at least get some money for shipping even though its not always the exact shipping cost. If you are not using realtime shipping quotes, you can use it that way but it does have limitations such as I've mentioned before.
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    Offical Google Checkout module for osCommerce Support Thread

    One other problem that I noticed is the zone values default back to $1 every time you edit the Googlecheckout console. So you will be entering those values all over again. That needs to be fixed.
  13. speed777

    Offical Google Checkout module for osCommerce Support Thread

    Okay, I got the zone module to work by inserting the zone rates in the shipping_methods.php file like this: 'zones' => array( 'domestic_types' => array( 'zones' => 'Alabama', 'Florida', 'Georgia', Then I inserted values in the Google Checkout console to go with the states. I'm still not able to get the weight table to work properly though.
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    Offical Google Checkout module for osCommerce Support Thread

    There are no errors in either the response_error.log or the response_message.log. On my server, there are no errors in the error log.
  15. speed777

    Offical Google Checkout module for osCommerce Support Thread

    Here is what I found: zone rates works without Google checkout but it doesn't work with Google Checkout. Now, to find out why that is happening.
  16. speed777

    Offical Google Checkout module for osCommerce Support Thread

    Hold on, I didn't include the shipping generator info. I'll include that info and see what happens.
  17. speed777

    Offical Google Checkout module for osCommerce Support Thread

    I don't think the default zone module which you are using, I assume, has the code to work with Google Checkout. As a test, I tried using the zones module in my shop and nothing showed up from the module, only the UPS and Fedex realtime quotes I am using.
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    Offical Google Checkout module for osCommerce Support Thread

    "and how to deal with free shipping." I am using this contribution with no problems: http://addons.oscommerce.com/info/146 It works with Google Checkout.
  19. speed777

    google check-out module

    Have you run the shipping generator and copy and pasted the results in your shipping_methods.php file? That's an extra step you have to do to get Googlecheckout working.
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    Re:

    I shouldn't have said "in every instance" in my last post, that's what is causing the problem: too many class zones. This isn't a problem of Googlecheckout, its a shipping modules problem.
  21. speed777

    Offical Google Checkout module for osCommerce Support Thread

    Someone probably used zones.php as a basis for building a shipping module, that's why the zones class is being redeclared. I would try to eliminate zones.php. If you use zones.php and therefore need it, your only choice is to rename, in every instance, the class zones to zones1 or something in the offending module.
  22. speed777

    Offical Google Checkout module for osCommerce Support Thread

    In zones.php, there is this line: class zones { The conflict is coming up because you have that same line in another php file.
  23. speed777

    Offical Google Checkout module for osCommerce Support Thread

    Read this: http://forums.oscommerce.com/index.php?showtopic=250627
  24. speed777

    Offical Google Checkout module for osCommerce Support Thread

    Sorry, I made a mistake in adding the link to the Google developers forum, I should have read your post more closely.
  25. speed777

    Offical Google Checkout module for osCommerce Support Thread

    Maybe you uploaded the same file in 2 different locations.
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