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    Attribute Sets Plus

    Ok, so I'd probably need to contact my host. Anyway, I rolled back to my original OSC install and added the attributes one by one :( I have 29 products, with varying sizes, colours and lengths making for a total of 365 attributes. Your contribution worked a treat up until my SQL gave me an error. It would have been a real time saver :)
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    Attribute Sets Plus

    I've just installed the Attribute Set Plus v1.01. I added a number of attributes, such as colour, size, etc. After testing them on around a dousen of my products (without errors) I though I'd apply the attributes to the remainder of my products. I now receive the following error: 1104 - The SELECT would examine more than MAX_JOIN_SIZE rows; check your WHERE and use SET SQL_BIG_SELECTS=1 or SET SQL_MAX_JOIN_SIZE=# if the SELECT is okay SELECT pov.products_options_values_id, pov.products_options_values_name, pa.options_values_price, pa.price_prefix , pase.sort_order FROM products_attributes pa, products_attributes_sets_to_products pas2pa, products_attributes_sets pas, products_attributes_sets_elements pase, products_options_values pov WHERE pa.products_id = '222' AND pa.options_id = '1' AND pas2pa.products_id = pa.products_id AND pas.products_attributes_sets_id = pas2pa.products_attributes_sets_id AND pas.products_options_id = pa.options_id AND pase.products_attributes_sets_id = pas.products_attributes_sets_id AND pase.options_values_id = pa.options_values_id AND pov.products_options_values_id = pa.options_values_id AND pov.language_id = '1' ORDER BY pase.sort_order, pa.options_values_id [TEP STOP] Any ideas?
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    PayPal's cetificate has expired?

    http://forums.oscommerce.com/index.php?showtopic=139007&hl= This has solved my problem, bump!
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    PayPal's cetificate has expired?

    I'm busy testing orders go through ok on my second osCommerce site and I've been presented with a bizzare message when you are about to be passed to PayPal's website. I don't have any additional payment modules installed. This didn't happen when I set up my first site so I checked that one thinking I must have changed something with this one. However, when I went through the checkout procedure one my first site that gave me the same message. Anyone else getting this message today or is it just me? If it's just me, any ideas?
  5. Just done a clean install on another server. osCommerce 2.2 Milestone 2 & WYSIWYG HTMLArea (MULTI-LINGUAL) FOR PRODUCT DESCRIPTIONS v1.7 (Internet Explorer 5.5) for osCommerce 2.2MS2 are the only two things that I have installed/changed. I get the same error.
  6. I think that something may be very clear in the install instructions for "copy and paste" as I've sinse tried replacing my file /admin/categories.php with the one from HTML WYSIWYG Editor... and now I can successfully upload/assign an image to a category using the Jpsy Image Uploader. However, when creating a new category I still see the basic Browse button which again when I try to choose an image I get the error IMAGE DOES NOT EXIST. Can anyone help?
  7. Hi all, I've read this all the posts here but have only just discovered this error message so I hope I haven't missed a solution if one was posted. I too get this error: Line: 254 CHar: 24 Error 'document.all[...].style' is null or not an object Code: 0 Url http://www.rslsupplies.co.uk/admin/categories.php?cPath=&cID=22&action=edit_category Did you find a solution to this? Everything else works fine and I absolutely love this Contribution but the category image feature is the only thing that seems to be broken on my site. I found that whilst installing WYSIWYG HTMLAREA I too came across problems. After search throught this forum I found this "solution" (here) and thought everything was OK, or so it seemed. Now I can set PRODUCT DESCRIPTIONS use WYSIWYG HTMLAREA? to Disable and I can upload section graphics. With it Enabled however, I see two image upload buttons/fields? Thanks
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    WYSIWYG HTMLAREA

    Hi I've installed osCommerce MS2 and set it up with the WYSIWYG HTMLAREA contribution. Everything works fine with 1 exception. When I have the PRODUCT DESCRIPTIONS use WYSIWYG HTMLAREA? set to Enable, I can not upload images when creating a new category. It gives me the message IMAGE DOES NOT EXIST and adds the category with the image source being my root image directory. When I Disable PRODUCT DESCRIPTIONS use WYSIWYG HTMLAREA? it works again. Any ideas as I don't want to tell my client to keep turning it on and off. I've been unable to find a solution using a search so I apologise if this has come up before. Thanks in advance. Site url: http://www.rslsupplies.co.uk
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    WYSIWYG HTMLArea v1.7

    Worked a treat, thanks.
  10. I'm gonna try the suggestion here: another thread
  11. I got the same problem, but only in the admin one. Not sure if what I've done will break it elsewhere, but to get rid of the code which appears in the admin I just deleted the code I added in: STEP 1.1g --> FIND: /admin/categories.php =========================== And directly UNDERNEATH IT add this: ============================ } else { // create category/product info $heading[] = array('text' => '<b>' . EMPTY_CATEGORY . '</b>'); $contents[] = array('text' => TEXT_NO_CHILD_CATEGORIES_OR_PRODUCTS); } break; } if ( (tep_not_null($heading)) && (tep_not_null($contents)) ) { echo ' <td width="25%" valign="top">' . "\n"; $box = new box; echo $box->infoBox($heading, $contents); echo ' </td>' . "\n"; // Add neccessary JS for WYSIWYG editor of category image if($action=='edit_category'){ if (HTML_AREA_WYSIWYG_DISABLE != 'Disable'){ echo ' <script language="JavaScript1.2" defer> var config = new Object(); // create new config object config.width = "250px"; config.height = "35px"; config.bodyStyle = "background-color: white; font-family: Arial; color: black; font-size: 12px;"; config.debug = ' . HTML_AREA_WYSIWYG_DEBUG . '; config.toolbar = [ ["InsertImageURL"] ]; config.OscImageRoot = "' . trim(HTTP_SERVER . DIR_WS_CATALOG_IMAGES) . '"; editor_generate("categories_image",config); </script> '; } } } I get no errors, now and it seems fine for the few areas I have tried out. Please let me know if there's a reason I shouldn't remove this as that's the only thing which seems to cause this problem: following the install guide word for word!
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