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    USPS woes Pls Help

    Most likely what happened is the "set_function" field was truncated when you entered your sql commands (since the string provided in the fix is too long for some setups). you'll need to go in and edit the "set_function" field so it has a trailing ")," which will bring back your check boxes. This may require shortening the list of shipping options to fit within the field (or using a larger data type). I changed my set_function to the following, and it works now: tep_cfg_select_multioption(array('Global Express', 'Express Non-Doc Non-Rect', 'Express Mail Int', 'Express Mail Int Flat Rate Env', 'Priority Mail Int', 'Priority Mail Int Flat Rate Env'),
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    USPS Update Problems

    This is because the new, longer list of international shipping options is now too long to fit into the database "set_function" field properly There are two solutions, one is to alter the set_function field to a longer data type (such as blob). The other (which I opted for) is to cull out some of the shipping options you know you're never going to use from the long list, so that it's within the allowed character length for "set_function" Here's what I used for the value of "set_function": tep_cfg_select_multioption(array('Global Express', 'Express Non-Doc Non-Rect', 'Express Mail Int', 'Express Mail Int Flat Rate Env', 'Priority Mail Int', 'Priority Mail Int Flat Rate Env'),
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    USPS internationl shipping no longer works

    After making the changes, did you refresh your configuration settings? If you have your cart set to cache the configuration settings, you will need to force it to update them before the changes will take effect. The easiest way to do this is go to admin > configuration > my store and click "edit" and then "save" for the store name (without changing it). This will cause the system to fetch the current configuration values from the database. Worked great for me after that.
  4. There's lots of posts talking about wiki documentation for osc, but that's not what I'm after... Our shop deals with a lot of technical information, which we want to make as accessible to users as possible. Having some of the technical info also helps us by bringing in visitors who might be looking for a solution to a problem they're having and then decide to buy the parts to fix it from us (we sell vehicles and parts). After investigating a few options it seems like a wiki woul d be the best way to go for us. I haven't seen any contributions that deal with integrating a wiki into an oscommerce site. Has anyone tried this? I think it would end up having the wiki run on top of oscommerce, and use a separate database for the wiki data just for sanity's sake, but I've never tried anything like this before. I'm using MediaWiki, mostly because it's well documented and fairly stable, but I also figured that something using php/mysql would be easiest. We don't need a complicated wiki, so any other suggestions for wikis to use would be welcome. Thanks!
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