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  1. bjorn

    Norwegian translation

    http://www.oscommerce.com/downloads.php/co...ions,794/type,2 Version 1.1, for current CVS. This package adds the Servicepakke shipping method used by Posten in Norway. If version 1.0 works for you, you don't need this. This version only makes sure there are a Store Postal Code defined, and lets you edit it when configuring the package itself. Should work better with earlier releases of osCommerce, even though I have not tested any.
  2. bjorn

    Norwegian translation

    Also, this error might occur if the customer has not given any postal code in his address. I would guess some modification could handle this, but I am not sure how to tell the customer about this error.
  3. bjorn

    Norwegian translation

    The same as the error explained above. The CSV I used to write this package puts your stores postal code in the STORE_ORIGIN_ZIP constant. If yours is different, you can hardcode your local postal code into line 28 of the catalog/includes/modules/shipping/servicepakke.php: $fra_nr = xxxx; //xxxx being your postal code
  4. bjorn

    Norwegian translation

    I got this error from one of you: ---------------------------------------------------------------------- 1054 - Unknown column 'NONE' in 'where clause' select * from posten_postnr where NONE>=fra_nr and NONE<=til_nr [TEP STOP ---------------------------------------------------------------------- This error will show when you have not configured your store's postal code (Configure->Shipping/Packaging->Postal Code). We do need to know where we are shipping from in order to calculate the shipping... :) Bjorn
  5. bjorn

    Norwegian translation

    I just remembered, this package requires you to specify your weights in grams.
  6. bjorn

    Norwegian translation

    Postens Servicepakke: http://www.oscommerce.com/downloads.php/co...ions,721/type,2
  7. bjorn

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    I am doing this after all, as one of my clients wanted it. Should be ready in a day or two. The freight rate will only be calculated from weight, not from volume. Did anyone translate the 'configuration' MySQl table to Norwegian yet? Bjorn
  8. bjorn

    Norwegian translation

    It seems that Posten will continue confusing us, and after Jan 1st 2003 they are giving us a new pricing system for packages. They will now consider both weight and volume in order to get a higher charge for lightweight goods. I have no idea how this could be implemented in a shipping module. Anyway, I stopped my work on my shipping module for Postens current rates (going slow anyway), and I implemeted it using the table module for now. Bjorn
  9. bjorn

    Norwegian translation

    OK, great work Tor Olav! This leaves us with the shipping modules, and perhaps any Norwegian specific payment modules. I will start on the shipping stuff this week, but I am not sure where. We do have quite a few options on shipping in Norway these days, and I will be needing both "Tollpost" and "Posten". Unless I hear about someone else working on "Posten", I guess I'll start there. Are there any discussions around somewhere about preferred payment options for online credit card handling in Norway? I know of some options, but I am actually still waiting for PayPal to start dealing with international currencies. I haven't seen anything comparing to PayPal on price yet. Please let me know if you know something I don't on this subject. Bjorn
  10. bjorn

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    I noticed a small company, Omnimedia (www.omnimedia.no) is also working on a Norwegian translation. They are also charging for it in some undefined manner, it seems. I would be happy to co-work to a translation intended as a contribution, also any shipping mods or whatever else needed. I did quite some PHP programming lately. Bjorn J Antonsen
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