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Gwyn

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  1. Would like to add - Thank you for your contribution. The instalation is easy, and the upgrades are super easy. Thank you also for your subsequent upgrades. Appreciated by many I am sure. Regards, Gwyn
  2. thank you for the response I am running : HTTP Server: Apache/1.3.33 (Win32) PHP/4.3.10 PHP Version: 4.3.10 (Zend: 1.3.0) Gwyn
  3. Good morning (from the UK, Good afternoon in Auz) 1st - thank you for your work. Looks like a great contribution - I just need to get it to work for me... getting the following with 1.9 beta: Fatal error: Cannot redeclare class amdb in c:\1devroot\osc\admin\attributeManager\classes\amDB.class.php on line 18 Tried earlier versions e.g. 1.5 and got sessions error: 'Session not registered - You cant access this page directly' in 1.9 beta this could be a minor bug or something - anyway, if the is a solution I'd be glad to get pointer to it. Many thanks, Gwyn. P.S. don't want to get into the code and start renaming classes, and make a contrib update, as it will not be compatible with later releases.
  4. Hi, just to say - great ! and many thanks to both empo and Frank. How difficult would it be to add attributes? I actually want this contrib to build a custom bike (not a PC). Could imagine the generic application being useful to lots of companies. If there are any pointers, I'd be happy to hack-it about and give it a go - tho my JavaScript is a little like my Chinese (I know its a language :- that's it) :lol: If anyone can help - many thanks. Regards, Gwyn www.simplythebike.com.
  5. Just want to say - thanks for a good update on a good contribution. It does seem to have a problem with the Netscape browser - but hey, it is a small problem. Is there a plan for further development of this? For example to offer attributes in the selections. Thanks again, Gwyn
  6. Same thing for me. I was looking for the postcode address lookup contrib (that I was sure I'd seen). If anyone has this contribution or, knows the author - would be greatful for the info. Cheers, Gwyn
  7. OK - without knowing PHPBB too much this seems to have worked... The PHPBB functions seem to be OK and at least I have a forum working at my site.. So here is what I did. in catalog/includes/modules/phpbb2/includes/sessions.php changed line 119. $SID = ($sessionmethod == SESSION_METHOD_GET || defined('IN_ADMIN')) ? 'sid=' . $session_id : ''; to : $SID = ($sessionmethod == SESSION_METHOD_GET || defined('IN_ADMIN')) ? 'osCsid=' . $session_id : ''; Again the change is the prefix sid changed to osCsid. Warning: This is a hack and not based on an in-depth understanding of PHPBB-OSC integration. It works for me, can only say use at your own risk. Thanks. Gwyn - a humble shop keeper.
  8. I too would be greatful if someone has a fix to this problem... e.g. Authenticate via OSC call the fourm - shows the user/customer as logged on and displays their surname. Click of a forum topic, and the user/customer is no longer logged to the forum. At the point of login there is a osCsid set... i.e. osCsid=c56483e87bef57f215ff65145b5a70c3 From the status bar I can see, if I try to view a forum it will call viewforum.php with a sid=c56483e87bef57f215ff65145b5a70c3 note: not osCid. If I edit the address and change &sid to &osCsid= leaving the session id the same - I can get to the forum... So where is that little devil sid set? (not the value the actual var name) - I am almost there.. but if there where some help I would take it - no really I would..B) Thanks to anyone that may help. Gwyn
  9. Just to say - many thanks for your efforts. This certainly fixed it for me. Cheers - and have a great 2005. :thumbsup:
  10. Hi, Just to let others know - I also have the perpetual login issue with my installation. I only add this to say - I guess there would be many who would be grateful for the fix. Alas it is out of my realm of competence ? but I am learning. used with Snapshot osCommerce 2.2 Milestone 2 (12th July 2003) Thanks for your contribution