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  1. RyanSmith

    Multi-Stores Multiple Shops Support

    It's definitly a path problem that your having. You might have a trailing slash on a path where you shouldn't or something like that. Mouse over the "admin site" link in the upper right and compare that to what the URL is. See if you can find any differences and fix them. Good luck.
  2. RyanSmith

    Multi-Stores Multiple Shops Support

    It looks like your table doesn't have a products_id column, which is strange since that should be the primary key. Do: DESC products; And make sure the products_id column exists. It shouldn't have anything to do with MySQL 5.
  3. RyanSmith

    Multi-Stores Multiple Shops Support

    I think the default install of Multi-Stores also provides price scheduling where you can set different prices for different customer groups.
  4. RyanSmith

    Multi-Stores Multiple Shops Support

    You don't have to be running SSL. The reason that you can't login as an admin is there is something wrong with your paths in the config file. The paths have to line up exactly, so if you have a trailing / on one path, but not on the other it will loose the session when you try to login. This is a real pain, but you can figure it out easier by hovering over the admin link in the upper right to see where it is pointing.
  5. RyanSmith

    Multi-Stores Multiple Shops Support

    From the default install, everything seems to be right for you except the customer database is shared between stores. I'm sure that you can easily modify this so that it isn't, but it could end up being quite a bit of custom coding.
  6. RyanSmith

    Multi-Stores Multiple Shops Support

    I had this working at one point in time on my development machine, but it looks like I got rid of it on the production site. I think you just have to change some to the code that looks for customers_basket_stores_id in a few place, but I can't remeber for sure.
  7. RyanSmith

    Multi-Stores Multiple Shops Support

    I think that COG is cost of good. Here is the field definitions products_cog1 | varchar(64) | YES | | NULL products_cog2 | varchar(64) | YES | | NULL
  8. RyanSmith

    Multi-Stores Multiple Shops Support

    I had this problem. It has to do with your paths not being set exactly right. If you have an extra / in you path, or use www with no www, it won't let you in. When you in the login page, hover over the admin icon in the top right, and make sure that path matches exactly whats in the URL. I was sure I had my paths exactly right, but it was one subtle little difference that cause me all the aggervation. Hope that helps.
  9. RyanSmith

    Multi-Stores Multiple Shops Support

    It's based off the product listing in columns contrib out there. I just modified it in some places to make it work with the multi stores. If I remeber right, this was one of those files that was a bit of a pain to make it work right with multi-stores. Some of the file merging gave me nightmares. If you want to PM me your e-mail, I'll send you our product listing file. I think that it uses the same type of database entries that the normal product listing contrib uses, but you have to make sure when you create a new store that you remeber to copy those changes. I found it easiest that when I create a new store, to just take the default store and do a create table new_table_config as select * from configuration . That way you make sure to get all of your contrib values.
  10. RyanSmith

    Multi-Stores Multiple Shops Support

    Here are two stores we did with multi-stores. They use the column listing to display the products like you want to do. http://4hstore.com http://cyostore.com Le me know if this is what you were looking for.
  11. RyanSmith

    Multi-Stores Multiple Shops Support

    I think that shipping will be handled from the store that the customer checked out from.
  12. RyanSmith

    Multi-Stores Multiple Shops Support

    By default, the cart is shared across stores, so if the customer adds a product from one store into their cart, then flip over to the other store, that product will show up in the other stores cart. Having a subdomain should be no problem. Right now, I have two stores that are running in two different domains but share a domain for SSL so I only have to buy I cert. IE: www.domain1.com //store 1 www.domain2.com //store 2 secure.mydomain.com //Secure site for store 1 secure.mydomain.com/domain2 //secure site for store 2 Every thing seems to work fine.
  13. RyanSmith

    QBI Quickbooks Import

    Those are commands that you need to enter into a mySQL command prompt. If your site is hosted and you don't have access to your mySQL command prompt, then they probably gave you a PHPMyAdmin tool that you can enter the command in. Let me know if you can't figure it out.
  14. RyanSmith

    QBI Quickbooks Import

    Part of the install process requires that you modify the orders table. You should make sure that you ran the update script that came with QBI. If you did, the column should be there. Type desc orders and see if the qbi_imported column is in that table. If not, you should be able to add it with. Alter table orders add qbi_imported int I also think that it has a default value of 0, but at the moment, I can't remeber the exact syntax to set a default when adding a column.
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