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    New Payflow requirement: TLS 1.2 & HTTP/1.1

    Good news!
  2. I'm trying to do this in stages. I'm migrating from 2.2-MS2 to 2.3.4 and want to reduce the number of changes. With the 6/30/2017 PayPal Security deadline looming over me, I have to get 2.3.4 operational or I can't process orders. Since I'm more comfortable with using tables I'm going to 2.3.4 standard first and then move to bootstrap responsive when I have more time.
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    Seach Engine Friendly URL Support

    I found a solution that fixed the errors for my current SEO installation. In /catalog/includes/application_top.php, find: // set php_self in the local scope if (!isset($PHP_SELF)) $PHP_SELF = $HTTP_SERVER_VARS['PHP_SELF']; and insert the following code just after it if ($PHP_SELF != $SCRIPT_NAME) { $PHP_SELF = $SCRIPT_NAME.$PHP_SELF; } Then save file and turn SEF on from the Administration screen. Now everything should work normally and no more "Unable to determine the page link!" errors. Hope this works for anyone else that was experiencing this issue.
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    Seach Engine Friendly URL Support

    Getting the same error. I don't want to turn off SEOs in Admin. It looks like my hosting company turned on PHPSuEXEC today and caused this to happen. Does anyone have any ideas how to correct this? Please HELP! All my Google and Yahoo links use SEO links and this is now going to create more problems.
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    Seach Engine Friendly URL Support

    I started having the same error message once my hosting provider updated the server to PHPSuEXEC. It can only be fixed by going to Admin and changing the "Use Search-Engine Safe URLs (still in development)" setting to FALSE. Anyone, is there a more permanent fix to make SEO work with PHPSuEXEC? Any help is much appreciated!!
  6. New error is now showing up when loading to Google Base: "This attribute has been deprecated. - label 1 " and "This attribute has been deprecated. - shipping 1 " It appears it has to do with how Google is handling Shipping charges. Here's the Google Base Discussion Thread on this issue: http://groups.google.com/group/base-help-b...aac11519bd5dc7e Anyone else having the same problem? How do we fix this? :blush:
  7. Hi everyone, I have been using the Froogle data feed for a long time to send data to Google Base. The http://www.oscommerce.com/community/contributions,3876 Froogle contribution worked great. Yesterday I received this email from the Google Base Team informing me that my bulk load data files will no longer be accepted unless I include five additional attributes. Here's an excerpt from the email: "That's why we're asking all Froogle merchants to send us bulk uploads in the Google Base format, with five additional attributes (along with the basic ones you've submitted in the past). Because we think it's important to provide a consistent user experience, we will no longer list items that don't meet a minimal number of attributes by the end of February 2007. Please review the following bulk uploads - they do not currently meet the minimum attribute requirement." "You can review this attribute requirement page to learn about these new guidelines for general product attributes and specific attributes per product type. You can also learn how to submit your feed using Google Base here. We recommend that you include as many attributes as possible; the more information you provide, the better chance you'll have of matching users' "refinement" queries." Do any of the existing Google Base feeds contributions meet the additional attributes requirements that Google Base wants? I was considering using the http://www.oscommerce.com/community/contributions,4513 contribution. Will it be sufficient for the Google Base folks? Has anyone else encountered this issue? What does the community recommend I should do? Thanks!
  8. Rachael, Thanks so much for sharing your changes. :thumbsup: I merged them with my own version of Froogle and it works GREAT! :D There's still an issue I am encountering with the Encoding Option (UTF-8) that I'm puzzled about. If I upload the txt Output file from the Froogle program "as is" I get many "Encoding Errors" from Google. However, if I open the txt Output file in Notepad, Save it as "Text", with Encoding = "UTF-8", and then upload it to Google Base it loads perfectly with no errors. Is there some change needed in the program to avoid having to open the txt Output file and re-saving it with UTF-8 encoding before uploading to Google Base? I have researched this issue all over the forums and the web but have found nothing to help me. B) Thanks again for help, it's much appreciated! :thumbsup: :thumbsup: :thumbsup:
  9. Yes, this does help, not only me but others also. Thank you! :thumbsup: Quick question, will this work with the SEO contribution installed? :blush: Just making sure. Thanks again!
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    Official PayPal IPN Support Thread

    I am having the exact same problem! Inside which file did you need to make the change? B) Never mind, figured it out, it's in the paypal_ipn.php file! :D This module really needs a solid FAQ and Troubleshooting Guide.
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    Embed Links with SID in Description

    I'm having the exact same issues when editing the Product Description. If I enter my own HTML the first time around the link is ok. If I need to go back and edit the Product description the darn osCAdmin has been automatically added. This was not happening before, but I don't recall making any changes whatsoever to the osCommerce setups. :(
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    Multi-vendor & Multi-zone

    I would like to do the same thing! If anyone knows of such an option, it would be GREAT! :D I only have 2 Zones to ship to, so it would be only two different Shipping Tables based on the country of origin for each customer. - Chris B. chris@newhallstudios.com
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