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    Nitai Terhanian
  1. Greetings. Our website is: www.uncleharrys.com. I've been running USPS Rate V4 Intl Rate V2 - v.1.7 with no issues. Suddenly today, checkout_shipping.php times out. Here's the message: Gateway Time-out The gateway did not receive a timely response from the upstream server or application. I've sent an email to USPS Webtools inquiring to see if my Webtools ID was in good standing, or if there was any change that could be creating this issue. Anybody have any ideas? THANK YOU!
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    checkout_payment.php loops to login

    I figured it out. Wrong cookie path in configure.php. Cookie path that works: define('HTTP_COOKIE_DOMAIN', '.yoursite.com'); define('HTTPS_COOKIE_DOMAIN', '.yoursite.com'); define('HTTP_COOKIE_PATH', '/yourstore/'); define('HTTPS_COOKIE_PATH', '/yourstore/');
  3. Hello. I'm running a clean install of OSC 2.3.1. Installed the Cybersource SOP payment module. I would like to require customers to enter their cvv when paying. My problem is on checkout_payment.php. If the cvv code is missing, or less than 3 characters or more than 4, or if the expiration date is not set to anytime to the future of the transaction, osC goes back to the login page. In the URL it shows a different osCsid than the previous page. I did a var_dump of the variable $navigation: // if the customer is not logged on, redirect them to the login page if (!tep_session_is_registered('customer_id')) { var_dump($navigation); die(); $navigation->set_snapshot(); tep_redirect(tep_href_link(FILENAME_LOGIN, '', 'SSL')); } Here's what I got: object(navigationhistory)(2) { ["path"]=> array(1) { [0]=> array(4) { ["page"]=> string(20) "checkout_payment.php" ["mode"]=> string(3) "SSL" ["get"]=> array(7) { ["payment_error"]=> string(11) "cybersource" ["amp;error"]=> string(100) "The CVV code supplied is invalid. Please be sure to check it for length and accuracy and try again." ["amp;billTo_firstName"]=> string(5) "Nitai" ["amp;billTo_lastName"]=> string(9) "Terhanian" ["amp;card_expirationMonth"]=> string(2) "01" ["amp;card_expirationYear"]=> string(4) "2012" ["amp;osCsid"]=> string(32) "8cc4280ced3c1557a2d2ae36ef6bd5e4" } ["post"]=> array(0) { } } } ["snapshot"]=> array(0) { } } The osCsid above is the same as the one osC gave me on the page checkout_shipping.php during this test. However, again, in the URL, once at the login page, it's different. It seems to me, when osC runs checout_payment.php again (after encountering an error), it somehow loses the session? Not sure where to go from here. Any suggestions or requests for more information/clarification of my problem will be greatly appreciated! - N
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    [contribution] STS PLUS v4

    I've installed a clean install of oscommerce ms2.2 and sts plus. Everything looks good, except that when going to secure pages using https, the secure certificate lock doesn't come on. When I turn the STS templates off, the default oscommerce page comes up with the secure logo on. I checked the privacy report in IE and it looks like the images are not secure. When I checked the code generated from a STS enabled page using HTTPS, I see that base href is pointing to my unsecure image url. Help?
  5. Boy oh boy, I'm not good at explaining things, so here's my honest attempt at it :) I've installed a clean install of oscommerce ms2.2 and sts plus. Everything looks good, except that when going to secure pages using https, the secure certificate lock doesn't come on. When I turn the STS templates off, the default oscommerce page comes up with the secure logo on. I checked the privacy report in IE and it looks like the images are not secure. When I checked the code generated from a STS enabled page using HTTPS, I see that base href is pointing to my unsecure image url. Help?
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