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  1. Hi I am configuring Papal Payments Standard using this guide: http://forums.oscommerce.com/topic/331996-how-to-setup-paypal-website-payments-standard/ I am posting it here because last post there is 2+ years old... there are steps needed to be done at Paypal Site I do not have /catalog/ipn.php :( should it be set to: /catalog/ext/modules/payment/paypal/standard_ipn.php ?
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    PayPal App - PayPal Standard IPN

    Hi, Minor issue - if ‘Force Cookies Use’ is set to true in admin>configuration>sessions it causes a PHP error in the new PayPal App module ext/modules/payment/paypal/standard_ipn.php. A statement near the end of the module - tep_session_destroy(); returns an error “Trying to destroy uninitialized session“. A possible reason for this may be because when ‘Force Cookies Use’ is true, a session isn’t actually started until the second pass through application_top.php (a cookie is set in the first pass, when its presence confirmed in subsequent passes a session is started (I think????)). The error is probably of no great consequence, however, the statement is presumably there for a reason so should be actioned. There is no reason/excuse for any error to be acceptable, errors can mask other failings. For the moment, after the include application_top in standard_ipn I have added - if(!isset($_SESSION)) {tep_session_start();} Equally if (SESSION_FORCE_COOKIE_USE == 'True') {tep_session_start();} could be used? the tep_session_destroy(); could be removed (but I think it also (correctly?) destroys the cookie)? Each of these options seem quite reasonable, but I don’t really know if there may be any hidden side affect? Are there any opinions/preferences/alternatives (please don’t suggest the obvious “remove Force Cookies Use’” – opinion seems to be equally divided on the “must have/must not have”, I prefer the former).
  3. I'm currently using the PayPal IPN payment module, although I'm not entirely sure if this issue is related to it or not. The problem seems to be centred around the checkout_confirmation page. If a customer reaches that page and then decides to go back and change their shipping address, billing address, or shipping method, the order that was written into the database does not reflect the changes they make, nor is a new order generated. What the customer sees on the screen changes, and the correct data is sent to Paypal when they pay (new order total, shipping method & rate, etc.), however the order I see in admin (and thus what they see in their order history and order confirmation email) shows the order as it was before they made any changes. In addition, even though payment is successfully completed, the order status displays as "Pending" "PayPal IPN Verified [payment status: Completed]" instead of "Completed" "PayPal IPN Verified [payment status: Completed]". Interestingly, when a customer makes any change to items in the shopping cart, a new order *is* generated in the database when they hit the checkout_confirmation page again. What can I do to allow these other changes to be "recorded" in oscommerce? (thanks in advance for any advice!) ~ Elaine
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