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Installed the latest version on my Phoenix test store 1.0.7.10 When I enter it, there is a warning:
Notice: Undefined offset: 222 in /admin/attributeManager/classes/attributeManager.class.php on line 237
Notice: Undefined offset: 229 in /admin/attributeManager/classes/attributeManager.class.php on line 237

I can't see this error in my develop store.

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In the old store I also use the weight and attribute images add-ons. These 2 additions have not been updated for many years and do not correspond to modern PCP versions. Special issue with "Attribute Image" that requires a big change to the products_attributes.php file

Options images is available for Phoenix 1.0.2.x and should still work in the actual version. Maybe I'll have a look and update for the Phoenix 1.0.8.0 release.

I never used or worked with options weight. You should claim to the original developer and in it's support thread.

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File \admin\attributeManager\languages\russian\attributeManager.php
has an unreadable format (encoding does not correspond to UTF-8).

Thanks, it seems this was wrong converted to utf-8. I'll include your file in the next update.

Edited by raiwa

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Thank you very much for your answer, Rainer!

Weight option is highly desirable in our store. Some product attributes are weighted and change the total weight of the order. Therefore, the weight adjustment option will be a useful option for stores.
Such an example: we for example sell a valves for irrigation systems. This valve has the same structure but different weight.
If we use a product attribute such as diameter, for example 1/2 ", 3/4", 1.0 ", 1 1/4", 1.5 ", 2", the weight of the item is very different.
There are two options: place 6 products on the site, or place 1 product, but with 6 attributes.
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Picture options are also very convenient to work with. For example, drippers for irrigation have a water flow rate of 0.8, 1.2, 2.0, 4.0 liters per hour. They have the same design and differ in color. They have a very small difference in weight, but when a customer orders 100 or 1000 pieces, the weight option also matters.

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I think if we can modify the module using these two options, we will get a fully functional module that will be useful for many stores.

Edited by Fredi

Support forum for osCommerce in russian language - from Ashkelon. Support since 2002.

Best regards,

Fredi

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Options images is available for Phoenix 1.0.2.x and should still work in the actual version. Maybe I'll have a look and update for the Phoenix 1.0.8.0 release.

I never used or worked with options weight. You should claim to the original developer and in it's support thread.

This is not related to ajax attributes manager, please post in the apropriate threads.

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Ok, Rainer.
The error I'm having is related to trying to add attribute images to your module.
If I install your module unchanged, it works great ! 👍


Support forum for osCommerce in russian language - from Ashkelon. Support since 2002.

Best regards,

Fredi

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41 minutes ago, Fredi said:

The error I'm having is related to trying to add attribute images to your module.

Then you probably didn't install options images and the database columns for it are missing:

- Instructions for Options Images BS plugin (version 1.5 or higher required)

1) If you haven't installed the Options Images BS plugin contrib then you should install that one first: https://apps.oscommerce.com/ijmp8&options-images-bs

2) Open admin/attributeManager/classes/attributeManagerConfig.class.php

 

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I installed everything. Problem with modifying products_attributes.php file in Options Images BS v1.6.1 by Tsimi module.
This file is very old and does not match the modern modified Admin kernel. This is the only problem.
It needs a lot of changes to add the attribute images.

Everything is much easier with the weight option. There are few changes to your module.


Support forum for osCommerce in russian language - from Ashkelon. Support since 2002.

Best regards,

Fredi

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You do not need products_attributes.php using Ajax attributes manager 😉

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