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  • Birthday 10/21/1980

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    Gemma
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  1. bad*luck*bettie

    [Contribution]Paypal IPN - Devosc

    Yes, its exactly this line: "define('FILENAME_PAYPAL', 'paypal.php');" real confusing!!!!
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    [Contribution]Paypal IPN - Devosc

    Sorry, it didnt diplay the entire post I wrote, this is the rest of it as I cant post the whole thing it appears: in filnames.php Ive DEFINATELY copied the paypal.php file into the admin folder. Promise! Ive been trawling this thread for hours but cant come up with anything to which should surely be a fairly simple thing to resolve (Im very new to all this so it probably IS a very simple thing to resolve!). Can anyone help?
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    [Contribution]Paypal IPN - Devosc

    Hi guys, Im just trying to install the contrib, which im really excited about, although Im running into problems straight away :( Ive done everything by the book, but whe I try get on my Admin, I get this: "Fatal error: Call to undefined function: define() in /home/vinnielola/domains/vinnieandlola.co.uk/public_html/catalog/admin/includes/filenames.php on line 59" Which would pertain to this: //begin PayPal_Shopping_Cart_IPN ??define('FILENAME_PAYPAL', 'paypal.php'); //end PayPal_Shopping_Cart_IPN
  4. Hi there, Im trying to change the headers, but when I go into header tags>text control and try change something I get this error message: Warning: chmod(): Operation not permitted in /home/vinnielola/domains/vinnieandlola.co.uk/public_html/catalog/admin/includes/functions/header_tags.php on line 194 Cannot change the mode of file (../includes/languages/english/header_tags.php) Can anyone help? Im not sure what this means! Many thanks Gem
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    SECPay digests do not match - but they do!!

    I have intergrated SECPay with OSCommerce and have in the past few months used it without problem, but after having had the site down for a few months, and just now trying to do a test purchase I get the message: ?Digests do not match ? Possible Fraud Attempt? when I tried to continue with my payment (this is the point at which OSC crosses over to SECPay to input the credit card details). I have changed the remote and digest passwords on both the site and SECPay, but still get the same message. SECPay have been most unhelpful to say the least I have to say, suggestng the only other thing this could be is the fact that there may be spaces in the transaction ID, but a) no transaction has actually been generated and B) the actual transaction IDs are automatically generated by SECPay, so I couldnt tamper with them, right? Any ideas on what could be going wrong?
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    Fancier Invoice & Packingslip v1.0

    Its not actually the browser that is displaying wrong, its fine to look at, but when a print preview is looked at, or the invoice is printed out, thats when the problem occours. Ive just checked out your site at the URL given, but it all looks great to me. Possibly Im using a different version of Firefox? (1.0.2) Anyway, thankyou for your help, I really want to use this invoice as it looks so darn good, so I can just use I.E. for printing my invoices. I coded my own before I found your one, and it took me so long I got behind on my orders so this is definately the quicker option *hee hee*!
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    Fancier Invoice & Packingslip v1.0

    As everyone else is saying - FAB contribution! My query is that whenever I print this invoice using Safari or Firefox, the boxes are all out of kilter: the corners are in place, but the vertical and horizontal struts are about a millimeter up/down/left/right. When I use Internet Explorer it's perfect, and is also perfect on the screen when using Safari/Firefox, but when using print preview with either of these you can see the shifting. Ive tried going to the preferences section on both, where you can choose to print background colours etc and fiddling around there, but to no avail. Its got to be a browser settings problem, but I cant seem to work out what. Anyone got any clues? If not it'll have to be Internet Explorer all the way!
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    SECPay 2.2 error

    Just a quick update guys: I tested again this morning and everything seems to be working. Yay! I had a tip form Keith at SECPay who said that the digest key shouldnt have any irregular characters within it (which it did), and suggested I use alllowercasewithnospacesbutaslongasyouwant. Obviously thats not my password.
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    SECPay 2.2 error

    My admin area is password protected via my hosts control panel, but apart form that I haven't installed any other password protection
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    SECPay 2.2 error

    I actually wrote a bit more than what is said ubove but for some reason it hasnt come up! I mentioned that I have tried the trick of putting an underscore where the spaces should be on my store name, and have remembered to uninstall the secpay module, make the changes and then reinstall. I played around with it for hours but still got nothing >_<
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    SECPay 2.2 error

    Hi Nigel, Yes, its that one: $Id: secpay.php,v 1.32.2.7 2004/03/26 16:56:45 sparky Exp $
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    SECPay 2.2 error

    Hi everyone, I hope someone can help... Im having the same problems as everyone else, Ive been trawling the forum all day and tried just about everything. :'( At the moment Ive followed the instructions from Darbyweb to create the remote password and digest keys, and altered the code as Sonicthescrewdriver suggests, but I am still getting the error when I come to checkout with SECPay which says: "Digests do not match : possible fraud attempt." Can anyone help? Like many before me Im tearing my hair out, and obviously losing money too! Boo hoo! Any help would be so greatly appreciated Gem
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