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Does anyone have the bluepay module working with a bluepay 2.0 account?

 

I am testing the bluepay module with BP 2.0 account. I am using 2.2 MS-2

 

I use a shared ssl cert and am getting the login page after the order submit. bp gets the transaction osc does not.

 

Many people seemed to have the same issue has it been worked throught yet?

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Hi,

 

The updated bluepay module is available at Bleupay website.

 

URL: http://www.bluepay.com/storebuilders.asp

 

Download: http://www.bluepay.com/downloads/BluepayOS...05-01-25.tar.gz

 

The Author has not updated the Contribution in the Oscommerce website.

 

This module should work with new bluepay 1.3

 

Cheers

Mahesh babu.R :D

 

 

Does anyone have the bluepay module working with a bluepay 2.0 account?

 

I am testing the bluepay  module with BP 2.0 account.  I am using 2.2 MS-2

 

I use a shared ssl cert and am getting the login page after the order submit.  bp gets the transaction osc does not.

 

Many people seemed to have the same issue has it been worked throught yet?

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Keenanj, I will begin a OC - BP2.0 integration later this month. Would you share the solution to your question with me? I would appreciate your insight. thanks.

 

Does anyone have the bluepay module working with a bluepay 2.0 account?

 

I am testing the bluepay  module with BP 2.0 account.  I am using 2.2 MS-2

 

I use a shared ssl cert and am getting the login page after the order submit.  bp gets the transaction osc does not.

 

Many people seemed to have the same issue has it been worked throught yet?

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If I am reading this correctly, are we saying that BluePay 2.0 DOES NOT work with OS Commerce?

 

I have a client who has the latest OSC and also had Blue Pay 2.0 and has the issue described in the first post.

 

He also does not get any e-mail notifications from OSC, only from BluePay, but without the item purchased information.

 

I need some clarification and/or assistance.

 

Thank you,

Craig M.

Web-Hosting4u

admin[@]web-hosting4u.com


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Sometimes Known As CJ

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I had the same problem that everyone else had. I am using a shared ssl and bluepay kept sending me back to the login without processing the order but it would bill the credit card. Here is my fix

 

in the file /includes/modules/odcbp.php

 

I changed line 365 from

 

tep_draw_hidden_field('APPROVED_URL', tep_href_link(FILENAME_CHECKOUT_PROCESS, '', 'SSL', false)) .

 

to

 

tep_draw_hidden_field('APPROVED_URL', tep_href_link(FILENAME_CHECKOUT_PROCESS, '', 'SSL', true, false)) .

 

the SSL declaration was reading false so it would not send the info to the right page.

 

Hope this Helps

 

 

 

 

Does anyone have the bluepay module working with a bluepay 2.0 account?

 

I am testing the bluepay module with BP 2.0 account. I am using 2.2 MS-2

 

I use a shared ssl cert and am getting the login page after the order submit. bp gets the transaction osc does not.

 

Many people seemed to have the same issue has it been worked throught yet?

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Thanks Voodoo Man, this did the trick!!!!

 

 

 

I had the same problem that everyone else had. I am using a shared ssl and bluepay kept sending me back to the login without processing the order but it would bill the credit card. Here is my fix

 

in the file /includes/modules/odcbp.php

 

I changed line 365 from

 

tep_draw_hidden_field('APPROVED_URL', tep_href_link(FILENAME_CHECKOUT_PROCESS, '', 'SSL', false)) .

 

to

 

tep_draw_hidden_field('APPROVED_URL', tep_href_link(FILENAME_CHECKOUT_PROCESS, '', 'SSL', true, false)) .

 

the SSL declaration was reading false so it would not send the info to the right page.

 

Hope this Helps

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