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Protx form - not redirecting correctly

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As far as I know it is for both.

 

I also read that we will soon need to change the submission url in the module from:

https://ukvps.protx.com/vps2form/submit.asp

 

to:

https://ukvps.protx.com/vspgateway/service/...rm-register.vsp

 

A bit confusing really having both vsp and vps in the url. I'm sure many people will get this wrong!

Edited by radders

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Well I am now completely confused. All the other hidden fields are capitalized. Seems odd that this one should not be. I have been using

tep_draw_hidden_field('Crypt', $crypt);'

for ages on the live server.

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Well I am now completely confused...

 

Me too. The following works for me right now on the LIVE server:

 

tep_draw_hidden_field('Crypt', $crypt);

and

 

$crypt = $_REQUEST['crypt'];

 

and on the TEST server:

 

tep_draw_hidden_field('crypt', $crypt);

and

 

$crypt = $_REQUEST['crypt'];

 

Is yours the same?

 

KB


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Me too. The following works for me right now on the LIVE server:

 

tep_draw_hidden_field('Crypt', $crypt);

and

 

$crypt = $_REQUEST['crypt'];

 

and on the TEST server:

 

tep_draw_hidden_field('crypt', $crypt);

and

 

$crypt = $_REQUEST['crypt'];

 

Is yours the same?

 

KB

 

 

 

 

hi

let me update

the 'C' problem was on the test server only, what was happening was that the orders were going through, but instead of redirecting the customers to the payment success page, they were going to the index page.

on the live server - you needed a small c

 

I beleive from the post above the 'C' problem has been reverted back to a little c, so all this should be back to normal

 

remember its only on the TEST server that the problems ere happening

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Puzzling that the live server accepts the capital C though. I hope they aren't going to change it.

I couldn't find this piece of code anywhere.

$crypt = $_REQUEST['crypt'];

I guess I must have an earlier or later version installed.

Edited by radders

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