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  1. I would imagine that GMTTDAN doesn't even use OSC anymore - much less come to this forum. That's the problem with contributions..... they are great if you happen to find one WHILE the developer is actually making it... but anything more than a few weeks after that and your pretty much on your own. I cant tell you HOW MANY TIMES this same thing has happened to me. And of all things that would be useful for OSC to have integrated... WORDPRESS (and news modules in general) is most certainly one of them. Too bad only 2 contributions have ever been made that have anything to do with Wordpress and both are from 2006. And what's more both of creators are seemingly unreachable as well. Prove us WRONG devs - please! :D We would all thank you very much!!!
  2. Shindakun, I've been unable to get your contribution to work. Instead I get: Fatal error: Call to undefined function: tep_db_query() in /usr/www/users/cii/formationrecords.com/wp.php on line 34 And line 34 in your wp.php document is: $wp_term_relationships_query = tep_db_query("select c.object_id from wp_terms a, wp_term_taxonomy b, wp_term_relationships c where a.term_id = '$category' and a.term_id=b.term_id and b.term_taxonomy_id=c.term_taxonomy_id order by object_id desc limit 1"); The website is hosted on pair dot com if that's any help as to the actual mySQL version they offer (and I would be using) there. View the error live here: http://www.collectiveindustries.com/format...s.com/index.php Anyclue as to what could be going on? I'm using a Wordpress v2.3.3 clean install on it's own database that's separate from the OSC database. My Wordpress install it's self works fine: http://www.collectiveindustries.com/format...ecords.com/news What do you think?
  3. CLRH2O

    manufacturer2 2.0

    Hello all... I've actually been using the older contribution (don't ask me how I got it working originally back in early 2007 - I cant honestly tell you but I did). And it's working on one site... but not on another - even though both sites are duplicate file sets j with only a different STS Plus template applied to each.... On the playertronics site the $manufacturer2 box isn't loading... but on the forcerecordings site it is.... Any clue as to why this is? www.playertronics.com www.forcerecordings.com I'm totally loosing my mind on this?!!!
  4. I've actually been attempting to incorporate the contribution you provided me with but have some admin side errors after install - namely I can no longer EDIT any of my existing products, and when I click the edit button for any of them I get an sql error that states: 1064 - You have an error in your SQL syntax near 'p, products_description pd where p.products_id = '1052' and p.products_id = pd.p' at line 1 select pd.products_name, pd.products_description, pd.products_url, p.products_id, p.products_quantity, p.products_model, p.products_image, p.products_price, p.products_weight, p.products_date_added, p.products_last_modified, date_format(p.products_date_available, '%Y-%m-%d') as products_date_available, p.products_status, p.products_tax_class_id, p.manufacturers_id, p.manufacturers2_id fromproducts p, products_description pd where p.products_id = '1052' and p.products_id = pd.products_id and pd.language_id = '1' [TEP STOP] Obviuosly 1052 was just the product number from OSC but something is obviously up. There were also a few omissions in the code that related to defining the new database table "manufacturers2_info" which was missing from the install instructions -and if not added in by hand to the admin side databade_tables.php file you'd get another SQL error when you tried to add a new manufacturer in the manufactuerer2 area of the admin panel. The missing line was " define('TABLE_MANUFACTURERS2_INFO', 'manufacturers2_info');" Anyway..... The obvious problem is I cant edit existing catalog products which means I cant define the extra manufacturer attribute to them (my store sells music, and manufacturer2 is for defining the record label of each product so people can "BROWSE BY LABEL" as well as "BROWSE BY ARTIST" which is currently manufacturer 1 that comes in the stock OSC setup) My store is here should you want to view the catalog side to see what I'm trying to do: http://www.forcerecordings.com
  5. And just in case the other thread on this that I've provided the link to just previously hasn?t been explored entirely - one of the most important pieces of information from that post is this: <br /> <b>Fatal error</b>: Allowed memory size of 8388608 bytes exhausted (tried to allocate 13199360 bytes) in <b>/home/virtual/site16/fst/var/www/html/download.php</b> on line <b>97</b><br /> Instead of an mp3 file being served when STS is active you get a file that has the right name and file extension but is actually an error message in text form which you see above. Knowing that this is the error of the download, I'm looking toward how the file is being served and what potentially can replace the code in line 97 of the download.php file.
  6. Ok, just tested it, this is what I got: The requested URL /pub/.uzluzvzjiwryxqtoqqxl/FORMP3-019_-_bamboo_-_tuned.mp3 was not found on this server. Although the folder was most certainly created (I checked with FlashFXP...my FTP Program) there was no mp3 file in there. Could that be as a result of being hosted on a shared server? Whatever the case, since it can not find file to serve for download in this case - I don?t know if this particular test has any effect on the question at hand. But I'm willing to explore all avenues
  7. Will do this right now - give me just a moment.
  8. I believe we've found a major issue with STS Plus v4.0.6 and v4.0.7 - it is incompatible with OS Commerce stores that sell (or would like to sell - as they cannot with STS Plus enabled) downloadable Products: If you are planning on using STS Plus v4.0.6 or v4.0.7 (and very likely the older versions as well) for your OSC Store and want to sell downloadable products (.pdf books - stock images, mp3 and wav music files... ANYTHING downloadable), STS Plus is NOT compatible with Downloadable Products. This issue being discussed here: http://forums.oscommerce.com/index.php?showtopic=203361 (read post one - skip post two...doh!....and continue from post three downward) Hopefully this can be addressed soon - and if you?re not planning on selling downloadable products, the go ahead as planned :) because other than this, STS is a fantastic template system. I'd very much like to know what else I can provide to help solve this situation to improve what is otherwise a great contribution - I'd also like to know if this should be given its own thread here in the contribution support forum.
  9. Just a quick heads up - if your planning on using STS Plus v4.0.6 or v4.0.7 (and most likely the other older versions as well) they are NOT compatible with Downloadable Products. http://forums.oscommerce.com/index.php?showtopic=203361 Hopefully this issue will be addressed soon however - and if your not planning on selling downloadable products, the go ahead as planned :) because other than this STS is a fantastic template system.
  10. CLRH2O

    STS Template limited to 12mb?

    Was this problem eer addressed and solved? I'm in the same boat: I have just verified that in MY case, it is in fact STS Plus v4.0.6 (or v4.0.7) that makes the downloads fail with the truncated file size bug. So - are there other people out there that use STS Plus v4.0.6 (or v4.0.7) and run a downloadable products store that can verify that THIER store's products download properly? If so, what custom code did you create and add to the php documents of the STS system in order to get it work again and can you please PLEASE paste that code here with instructions on how / where / what files to place it into. It seems truly DUMBFOUNDING that STS Plus is incompatible with Downloadable Products... Can we please get some assistance from those who know about this scenario? And help would be SERIOUSLY appreciated! :)
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