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I have installed the Export all data to csv file version 2.2 and this works just fine. Can export orders and change what i should export.

 

But i have one question about it, when i export it i get all in one row.

Sow if the customer has 5 products on their order i get this on one line.

 

Does anyone of you now how i can make the export make a new line for each product on the order?

 

like this

Ordernumber Productid

1 120020

1 120021

1 120022

 

Hope that someone can help me with this.

 

And also a happy new year to everyone

 

-Thomas

 

 

This is the exact issue that I have been struggling with. This contribution only seems to work if there is only one product ordered at a time, which doesn't help. Someone please help us with this. Thanks!

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I would like to put the invoice number also in the csv file. I put this: $csv_output .= $Num_invoice . "," ; in the CSV settings but I think I also have to make a query? Can you help me out?

 

Kind regards,

Esther

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Hi there,

 

I've been using the contribution for some time now, I use it every day to export data to upload to parcelforce to print dispatch labels.

 

I was wondering if it would be possible to have the option be able to export a string of orders, not neccessarily in order, eg 1,3,10,11,19,40 etc rather than a range.

 

Any ideas how this could be acheived?

 

Thanks

 

Dave

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I'm sorry, I don't see that statement in the exportorders.php file. Would you mind telling me what it says, or the line number? Maybe I have the wrong contribution file?

 

I see 9 Queries

- Order Comments

- Order Sub-Total

- Tax

- Insurance

- Shipping

- Giftwrap

- Order Total

- Product Count

- List of Products Ordered

 

I just don't see anything on here to filter out by Order Staus. I only want to export out Orders that have been paid for, via paypal, and OSC logs all orders even if the customer doesn't complete the order process...

 

Thanks!

 

 

Hi,

 

Sorry for the long reply I haven't been around for a while.

The orderby statement should be placed at the end of your sql query.

Here is a simple example :

SELECT * FROM tablenamegoeshere ORDERBY fieldnamegoeshere

So in the files, you have queries that are selecting the orders, simply add ORDERBY followed by the field you want to sort between quotes.

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Please advice, I'm looking for cont. to allow customers to get a copy of their orders in CSV. Is it a right one contrubution?

 

Thanks

Sergei

 

Hi,

 

Not just as is but you can modify the contribution to get what you want. This would be like creating a little new contrib adding a customer field in order to select the customer name and then modifying the query so it selects only the orders of this selected customer.

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I have installed the Export all data to csv file version 2.2 and this works just fine. Can export orders and change what i should export.

 

But i have one question about it, when i export it i get all in one row.

Sow if the customer has 5 products on their order i get this on one line.

 

Does anyone of you now how i can make the export make a new line for each product on the order?

 

like this

Ordernumber Productid

1 120020

1 120021

1 120022

 

Hope that someone can help me with this.

 

And also a happy new year to everyone

 

-Thomas

 

 

Hi,

 

Yes this is normal as this is exporting the total of the order.

If you want to get the product lines, you will need to modify the queries and add a join with the product table and possibly the customers table to get the product id, ...

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Hi, I'm hoping to get this contribution to work, however, when I use it, it only exports the customer contact information, and none of the order data (products info) is saved to the csv file. Here is my exportorders.php file. Any ideas?

 

<?php
/*
 $Id: exportorders.php,v 1.1 April 21, 2006 Harris Ahmed $

 osCommerce, Open Source E-Commerce Solutions
 [url="http://www.oscommerce.com"]http://www.oscommerce.com[/url]

 Copyright © 2004 Oscommerce

 Use this module on your own risk. I will be updating a new one soon. This template is used to create
 the csv export for Ideal Computer Systems Accounting Software
*/

 define('FILENAME_EXPORTORDERS', 'exportorders.php');
require('includes/application_top.php'); 
require(DIR_WS_LANGUAGES . $language . '/' . FILENAME_EXPORTORDERS);

// Check if the form is submitted
if (!$submitted || $submitted != 1)
{
?>
<!-- header_eof //-->
<!doctype html public "-//W3C//DTD HTML 4.01 Transitional//EN">
<html <?php echo HTML_PARAMS; ?>>
<head>
<meta http-equiv="Content-Type" content="text/html; charset=<?php echo CHARSET; ?>">
<title><?php echo TITLE; ?></title>
<link rel="stylesheet" type="text/css" href="includes/stylesheet.css">
</head>
<body marginwidth="0" marginheight="0" topmargin="0" bottommargin="0" leftmargin="0" rightmargin="0" bgcolor="#FFFFFF">
<!-- header //-->
<?php require(DIR_WS_INCLUDES . 'header.php'); ?>
<!-- header_eof //-->
<!-- body //-->
<table border="0" width="100%" cellspacing="2" cellpadding="2">
 <tr>
   <td width="<?php echo BOX_WIDTH; ?>" valign="top"><table border="0" width="<?php echo BOX_WIDTH; ?>" cellspacing="1" cellpadding="1" class="columnLeft">
       <!-- left_navigation //-->
       <?php require(DIR_WS_INCLUDES . 'column_left.php'); ?>
       <!-- left_navigation_eof //-->
     </table></td>
   <!-- body_text //-->
   <td width="100%" valign="top"><table border="0" width="100%" cellspacing="0" cellpadding="2">
       <tr>
         <td><table border="0" width="100%" cellspacing="0" cellpadding="0">
             <tr>
               <td class="pageHeading"><?php echo HEADING_TITLE; ?></td>
               <td class="pageHeading" align="right"></td>
             </tr>
           </table></td>
       </tr>
       <!-- first ends // -->
       <tr>
         <td><table border="0" style="font-family:tahoma;font-size:11px;" width="100%" cellspacing="2" cellpadding="2">
             <tr>
               <td><?php echo tep_draw_form('exportorders', FILENAME_EXPORTORDERS); ?>

                   <table border="0" style="font-family:tahoma;font-size:11px;" cellpadding="3">
                     <tr>
                       <td><?php echo INPUT_START; ?></td>
                       <td><!-- input name="start" size="5" value="<?php echo $start; ?>"> -->
                         <?php
   	                    $orders_list_query = tep_db_query("SELECT orders_id, date_purchased FROM orders ORDER BY orders_id");
  							$orders_list_array = array();
						$orders_list_array[] = array('id' => '', 'text' => '---');
  						    while ($orders_list = tep_db_fetch_array($orders_list_query)) {
  					        $orders_list_array[] = array('id' => $orders_list['orders_id'],
                                      'text' => $orders_list['orders_id']." - ".tep_date_short($orders_list['date_purchased']));
						}  

						echo '  ' . tep_draw_pull_down_menu('start', $orders_list_array, (isset($_GET['orders_id']) ? $_GET['orders_id'] : ''), 'size="1"') . '   ';

					?></td>
                     </tr>
                     <tr>
                       <td><?php echo INPUT_END; ?></td>
                       <td><!-- <input name="end" size="5" value="<?php echo $end; ?>"> -->
                         <?php 
					echo '  ' . tep_draw_pull_down_menu('end', $orders_list_array, (isset($_GET['orders_id']) ? $_GET['orders_id'] : ''), 'size="1"') . '   ';
					?></td>
                     </tr>
                     <tr>
                       <td> </td>
                       <td><input type="submit" value="<?php echo INPUT_VALID; ?>"></td>
                     </tr>
                   </table>
                   <input type="hidden" name="submitted" value="1">
                 </form></td>
             </tr>
             <tr>
               <td><?php echo INPUT_DESC; ?></td>
             </tr>
             <tr>
               <td> </td>
             </tr>
             <tr>
               <td> </td>
             </tr>
           </table></td>
       </tr>
     </table></td>
 </tr>
</table>
<!-- footer //-->
<?php require(DIR_WS_INCLUDES . 'footer.php'); ?>
<!-- footer_eof //-->
</body>
</html>
<?php require(DIR_WS_INCLUDES . 'application_bottom.php'); ?>
<?php
}
// submitted so generate csv if the form is submitted
else
{
generatecsv($start, $end);
}

// generates csv file from $start order to $end order, inclusive
function generatecsv($start, $end)
{

// Patch dlan
// if both fields are empty we select all orders
if ($start=="" && $end=="") {
$orders = tep_db_query("SELECT orders_id, date_purchased, customers_name, cc_owner, customers_company, customers_email_address, billing_street_address, billing_city, billing_state, billing_postcode, billing_country, customers_telephone, delivery_name, delivery_company, delivery_street_address, delivery_city, delivery_state, delivery_postcode, delivery_country, cc_type, cc_number, cc_expires 
FROM orders ORDER BY orders_id"); 
// if $start is empty we select all orders up to $end
} else if($start=="" && $end!="") {
$orders = tep_db_query("SELECT orders_id, date_purchased, customers_name, cc_owner, customers_company, customers_email_address, billing_street_address, billing_city, billing_state, billing_postcode, billing_country, customers_telephone, delivery_name, delivery_company, delivery_street_address, delivery_city, delivery_state, delivery_postcode, delivery_country, cc_type, cc_number, cc_expires 
FROM orders WHERE orders_id <= $end ORDER BY orders_id"); 
// if $end is empty we select all orders from $start
} else if($start!="" && $end=="") {
$orders = tep_db_query("SELECT orders_id, date_purchased, customers_name, cc_owner, customers_company, customers_email_address, billing_street_address, billing_city, billing_state, billing_postcode, billing_country, customers_telephone, delivery_name, delivery_company, delivery_street_address, delivery_city, delivery_state, delivery_postcode, delivery_country, cc_type, cc_number, cc_expires 
FROM orders WHERE orders_id >= $start ORDER BY orders_id");
// if both fields are filed in we select orders betwenn $start and $end
} else {
$orders = tep_db_query("SELECT orders_id, date_purchased, customers_name, cc_owner, customers_company, customers_email_address, billing_street_address, billing_city, billing_state, billing_postcode, billing_country, customers_telephone, delivery_name, delivery_company, delivery_street_address, delivery_city, delivery_state, delivery_postcode, delivery_country, cc_type, cc_number, cc_expires 
FROM orders WHERE orders_id >= $start AND orders_id <= $end ORDER BY orders_id");
}
//patch

//$csv_output ="\n";
while ($row_orders = mysql_fetch_array($orders)) { //start one loop

$Orders_id = $row_orders["orders_id"];
$Date1 = $row_orders["date_purchased"];
//list($Date, $Time) = explode (' ',$Date1);
$Date = date('m/d/Y', strtotime($Date1));
$Time= date('H:i:s', strtotime($Date1));
$Name_On_Card1 = $row_orders["customers_name"]; 
$Name_On_Card = filter_text($Name_On_Card1);// order changed
list($First_Name,$Last_Name) = explode(', ',$Name_On_Card1); // order changed
$Company = filter_text($row_orders["customers_company"]);
$email = filter_text($row_orders["customers_email_address"]);
$Billing_Address_1 = filter_text($row_orders["billing_street_address"]);
$Billing_Address_2 = "";
$Billing_City = filter_text($row_orders["billing_city"]);
$Billing_State = filter_text($row_orders["billing_state"]);
$Billing_Zip = filter_text($row_orders["billing_postcode"]);
$Billing_Country = str_replace("(48 Contiguous Sta", "", $row_orders["billing_country"]);
$Billing_Phone = filter_text($row_orders["customers_telephone"]);
$ShipTo_Name1 = $row_orders["delivery_name"];
$ShipTo_Name = filter_text($ShipTo_Name1); // order changed
list($ShipTo_First_Name,$ShipTo_Last_Name) = explode(', ',$ShipTo_Name1); // order changed
$ShipTo_Company = filter_text($row_orders["delivery_company"]);
$ShipTo_Address_1 = filter_text($row_orders["delivery_street_address"]);
$ShipTo_Address_2 = "";
$ShipTo_City = filter_text($row_orders["delivery_city"]);
$ShipTo_State = filter_text($row_orders["delivery_state"]);
$ShipTo_Zip = filter_text($row_orders["delivery_postcode"]);
$ShipTo_Country = str_replace("(48 Contiguous Sta", "", $row_orders["delivery_country"]);
$ShipTo_Phone = "";
$Card_Type = $row_orders["cc_type"];
$Card_Number = $row_orders["cc_number"];
$Exp_Date = $row_orders["cc_expires"];
$Bank_Name = "";
$Gateway  = "";
$AVS_Code = "";
$Transaction_ID = "";
$Order_Special_Notes = "";
// --------------------    QUERIES 1  ------------------------------------//
//Orders_status_history for comments
$orders_status_history = tep_db_query("select comments from orders_status_history
where orders_id = " . $Orders_id);
//$row_orders_status_history = tep_db_fetch_array($comments);
while($row_orders_status_history = mysql_fetch_array($orders_status_history)) {
// end //

$Comments = filter_text($row_orders_status_history["comments"]);

}
// --------------------    QUERIES 2  ------------------------------------//
//Orders_subtotal
$orders_subtotal = tep_db_query("select value from orders_total
where class = 'ot_subtotal' and orders_id = " . $Orders_id);
//$row_orders_subtotal = tep_db_fetch_array($orders_subtotal);
while($row_orders_subtotal = mysql_fetch_array($orders_subtotal)) {
// end //
$Order_Subtotal = filter_text($row_orders_subtotal["value"]);
}
// --------------------    QUERIES 3  ------------------------------------//
//Orders_tax
$orders_tax = tep_db_query("select value from orders_total
where class = 'ot_tax' and orders_id = " . $Orders_id);
//$row_orders_tax = tep_db_fetch_array($orders_tax);
while($row_orders_tax = mysql_fetch_array($orders_tax)) {
// end //
$Order_Tax = filter_text($row_orders_tax["value"]);
}
// --------------------    QUERIES 4  ------------------------------------//
//Orders_Insurance
$orders_insurance = tep_db_query("select value from orders_total
where class = 'ot_insurance' and orders_id = " . $Orders_id);
//$row_orders_insurance = tep_db_fetch_array($orders_insurance);
while($row_orders_insurance = mysql_fetch_array($orders_insurance)) {
// end //
$Order_Insurance = filter_text($row_orders_insurance["value"]);
}
$Tax_Exempt_Message = "";
// --------------------    QUERIES 5  ------------------------------------//
//Orders_Shipping
$orders_shipping = tep_db_query("select title, value from orders_total
where class = 'ot_shipping' and orders_id = " . $Orders_id);
//$row_orders_shipping = tep_db_fetch_array($orders_shipping);
while($row_orders_shipping = mysql_fetch_array($orders_shipping)) {
// end //
$Order_Shipping_Total = $row_orders_shipping["value"];
$Shipping_Method = filter_text($row_orders_shipping["title"]); // Shipping method from query 5
}
// --------------------    QUERIES 6  ------------------------------------//
//Orders_Residential Del Fee (Giftwrap)
$orders_residential_fee = tep_db_query("select value from orders_total
where class = 'ot_giftwrap' and orders_id = " . $Orders_id);
//$row_orders_residential_fee = tep_db_fetch_array($orders_residential_fee);
while($row_orders_residential_fee = mysql_fetch_array($orders_residential_fee)) {
// end //
$Small_Order_Fee = $row_orders_residential_fee["value"];
}
////////////////////////////////////
$Discount_Rate = "";
$Discount_Message  = "";
$CODAmount  = "";
// --------------------    QUERIES 7  ------------------------------------//
//Orders_Total
$orders_total = tep_db_query("select value from orders_total
where class = 'ot_total' and orders_id = " . $Orders_id);
//$row_orders_total = tep_db_fetch_array($orders_total);
while($row_orders_total = mysql_fetch_array($orders_total)) {
// end //
$Order_Grand_Total = $row_orders_total["value"];
}
// --------------------    QUERIES 8  ------------------------------------//
//Products COunt
$orders_count = tep_db_query("select count(products_quantity) as o_count from orders_products
where orders_id = " . $Orders_id);
//$row_orders_total = tep_db_fetch_array($orders_total);
while($row_orders_count = mysql_fetch_array($orders_count)) {
// end //
$Number_of_Items = $row_orders_count[0]; // used array to show the number of items ordered
}
//
$Shipping_Weight = "";
$Coupon_Code = "";
$Order_security_msg = "";
$Order_Surcharge_Amount = "";
$Order_Surcharge_Something = "";
$Affiliate_code = "";
$Sentiment_message = "";
$Checkout_form_type = "";
$Card_CVV_value = $row_orders["cvvnumber"];
$future1  = "";
$future2 = "";
$future3 = "";
$future4 = "";
$future5 = "";
$future6 = "";
$future7 = "";
$future8 = "";
$future9 = "";
// csv settings
$CSV_SEPARATOR = ",";
$CSV_NEWLINE = "\r\n";
$csv_output .= $Orders_id . "," ;
$csv_output .= $Date . "," ;
$csv_output .= $Time . "," ;
$csv_output .= $First_Name . "," ;
$csv_output .= $Last_Name . "," ;
$csv_output .= $Name_On_Card . "," ;
$csv_output .= $Company . "," ;
$csv_output .= $email . "," ;
$csv_output .= $Billing_Address_1 . "," ;
$csv_output .= $Billing_Address_2 . "," ;
$csv_output .= $Billing_City . "," ;
$csv_output .= $Billing_State . "," ;
$csv_output .= $Billing_Zip . "," ;
$csv_output .= $Billing_Country . "," ;
$csv_output .= $Billing_Phone . "," ;
$csv_output .= $ShipTo_First_Name . "," ;
$csv_output .= $ShipTo_Last_Name . "," ;
$csv_output .= $ShipTo_Name . "," ;
$csv_output .= $ShipTo_Company . "," ;
$csv_output .= $ShipTo_Address_1 . "," ;
$csv_output .= $ShipTo_Address_2 . "," ;
$csv_output .= $ShipTo_City . "," ;
$csv_output .= $ShipTo_State . "," ;
$csv_output .= $ShipTo_Zip . "," ;
$csv_output .= $ShipTo_Country . "," ;
$csv_output .= $ShipTo_Phone . "," ;
$csv_output .= $Card_Type . "," ;
$csv_output .= $Card_Number . "," ;
$csv_output .= $Exp_Date . "," ;
$csv_output .= $Bank_Name . "," ;
$csv_output .= $Gateway . "," ;
$csv_output .= $AVS_Code . "," ;
$csv_output .= $Transaction_ID . "," ;
$csv_output .= $Order_Special_Notes . "," ;
$csv_output .= $Comments . "," ;
$csv_output .= $Order_Subtotal . "," ;
$csv_output .= $Order_Tax . "," ;
$csv_output .= $Order_Insurance . "," ;
$csv_output .= $Tax_Exempt_Message . "," ;
$csv_output .= $Order_Shipping_Total . "," ;
$csv_output .= $Small_Order_Fee . "," ;
$csv_output .= $Discount_Rate . "," ;
$csv_output .= $Discount_Message . "," ;
$csv_output .= $CODAmount . "," ;
$csv_output .= $Order_Grand_Total . "," ;
$csv_output .= $Number_of_Items . "," ;
$csv_output .= $Shipping_Method . "," ;
$csv_output .= $Shipping_Weight . "," ;
$csv_output .= $Coupon_Code . "," ;
$csv_output .= $Order_security_msg . "," ;
$csv_output .= $Order_Surcharge_Amount . "," ;
$csv_output .= $Order_Surcharge_Something . "," ;
$csv_output .= $Affiliate_code . "," ;
$csv_output .= $Sentiment_message . "," ;
$csv_output .= $Checkout_form_type . "," ;
$csv_output .= $Card_CVV_value . "," ;
$csv_output .= $future1 . "," ;
$csv_output .= $future2 . "," ;
$csv_output .= $future3 . "," ;
$csv_output .= $future4 . "," ;
$csv_output .= $future5 . "," ;
$csv_output .= $future6 . "," ;
$csv_output .= $future7 . "," ;
$csv_output .= $future8 . "," ;
$csv_output .= $future9 ;
// --------------------    QUERIES 9  ------------------------------------//
//Get list of products ordered
$orders_products = tep_db_query("select products_model, products_price, products_quantity, products_name from orders_products
where orders_id = " . $Orders_id);

// While loop to list the item

while($row_orders_products = mysql_fetch_array($orders_products)) {
$csv_output .= "," . "BEGIN_ITEM". "," ;
$csv_output .= filter_text($row_orders_products[0]) . "," ;
$csv_output .= $row_orders_products[1] . "," ;
$csv_output .= $row_orders_products[2] . "," ;
$csv_output .= filter_text($row_orders_products[3]) . "," ;
$csv_output .= "END_ITEM";

} // end while loop for products

// --------------------------------------------------------------------------//
$csv_output .= "\n";
} // while loop main first

//print
header("Content-Type: application/force-download\n");
header("Cache-Control: cache, must-revalidate");   
header("Pragma: public");
header("Content-Disposition: attachment; filename=ordersexports_" . date("Ymd") . ".csv");
print $csv_output;
 exit;
}//function main

function filter_text($text) {
$filter_array = array(",","\r","\n","\t");
return str_replace($filter_array,"",$text);
} // function for the filter
?>

 

Hi,

 

If you want to export other data, you need to modify the queries within the file (SELECT ...) and play with SQL to get the data you need.

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This is the exact issue that I have been struggling with. This contribution only seems to work if there is only one product ordered at a time, which doesn't help. Someone please help us with this. Thanks!

 

 

Hi,

 

those are two different things. If you want the detail of the order then yes, you need to modify the queries in order to extract the data you like. The way it is done so far is that it exports the total of the order so if you have two products within it, you will get only one line with the total amount for the two products.

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I would like to put the invoice number also in the csv file. I put this: $csv_output .= $Num_invoice . "," ; in the CSV settings but I think I also have to make a query? Can you help me out?

 

Kind regards,

Esther

 

Hi,

 

Yes you need to select the corresponding invoice number in the export orders query. I have not looked into it so I don't know if the invoice number is in the table we are querying here. If yes, simply add the name of the field within the query, if not then you might have to make a join.

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Hi there,

 

I've been using the contribution for some time now, I use it every day to export data to upload to parcelforce to print dispatch labels.

 

I was wondering if it would be possible to have the option be able to export a string of orders, not neccessarily in order, eg 1,3,10,11,19,40 etc rather than a range.

 

Any ideas how this could be acheived?

 

Thanks

 

Dave

 

Hi,

 

sure thing, you can barely do whatever you like :-) You can change the queries that are in the exportorders.php file and even make another little contrib so it exports exactly what you want.

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Hi,

 

Sorry for the long reply I haven't been around for a while.

The orderby statement should be placed at the end of your sql query.

Here is a simple example :

SELECT * FROM tablenamegoeshere ORDERBY fieldnamegoeshere

So in the files, you have queries that are selecting the orders, simply add ORDERBY followed by the field you want to sort between quotes.

 

Oups ... no quotes sorry and it is being spellet ORDER BY (space between order and by) :-)

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I seem to be having problems with long numbers, for example telephone and credit card numbers. A phone number comes out as 2.09E+09 in the excel box, but when you high light it it reads 2086405970 in the formula bar (this is nearly correct, it is missing the leading 0).

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excellent contrib. i'm needing to alter the order of how things display in the exported .csv file. i have a pretty good idea of what i need to do in terms of the php and can join tables if i need to but i don't know where in the .php file i need to be looking for that aspect of the script. could anyone please advise? i'm using the latest downloadable version

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Who can help me? This script was working well; and after a change to another server this great contribution isn't working anymore.

 

I have RC1

 

I can use the contrib but after pressing 'Generate' nothing is happening; only the url gives: export_orders_csv.php?start=800&end=850&status=&submitted=1

 

Does anyone have the same problem?

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can anyone offer any help for altering the order in which the fields are displayed in .csv export. i would imagine this is easy enough but i don't know where in the php file to make the appropriate alterations

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I can not find any "exportorders" referenc es or files in my installation, which is the durrent one. Where can I get this module...in English???


Maureen Gamble

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Is there any reason this wouldn't work on an xampp localhost install? it works fine on my live site but i want to run a test site locally via xampp and it doesn't work. i've installed it the same as on my live site but when i click to process the csv (either to a file or to the screen) it doesn't appear to do anything other than essentially a screen refresh

 

any ideas please?

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Is there any reason this wouldn't work on an xampp localhost install? it works fine on my live site but i want to run a test site locally via xampp and it doesn't work. i've installed it the same as on my live site but when i click to process the csv (either to a file or to the screen) it doesn't appear to do anything other than essentially a screen refresh

 

any ideas please?

 

this was a register_globals issue... fixed

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excellent contrib. i'm needing to alter the order of how things display in the exported .csv file. i have a pretty good idea of what i need to do in terms of the php and can join tables if i need to but i don't know where in the .php file i need to be looking for that aspect of the script. could anyone please advise? i'm using the latest downloadable version

 

Hi,

Sorry for the long delay ...

You need to change the exportprder.php file, it is the one that contains the queries and that creates the CSV file.

Regards,

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I can not find any "exportorders" referenc es or files in my installation, which is the durrent one. Where can I get this module...in English???

 

Hi,

You will find the full package in the contribs area on the main osc website. Search for "export orders into csv".

Full package is available under the first link "Export Orders into CSV v2.0" then other people have corrected a few things that you may want to implement.

Regards,

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Who can help me? This script was working well; and after a change to another server this great contribution isn't working anymore.

 

I have RC1

 

I can use the contrib but after pressing 'Generate' nothing is happening; only the url gives: export_orders_csv.php?start=800&end=850&status=&submitted=1

 

Does anyone have the same problem?

Hi,

Sorry I don't have this problem. Have you checked that your new server is actually having the exact same configuration as the old one? Take a look at your php.ini and mainly at the register_globals option.

Regards,

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Still have this problem, any one?

 

I seem to be having problems with long numbers, for example telephone and credit card numbers. A phone number comes out as 2.09E+09 in the excel box, but when you high light it it reads 2086405970 in the formula bar (this is nearly correct, it is missing the leading 0).

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I was having the same problem as a few others here. I installed the most recent version of this add-on but wasn't being prompted to download a CSV file after clicking 'Export to CSV'. I know little about PHP but I showed my expert brother and he said:

 

"There was a bug in the code - it used an old rarely supported PHP feature, of turning form fields directly into variables."

 

He modified the "exportorders.php" file for me and now it works. I've added it as a download here so hopefully it will work for you too!

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Still have this problem, any one?

 

I seem to be having problems with long numbers, for example telephone and credit card numbers. A phone number comes out as 2.09E+09 in the excel box, but when you high light it it reads 2086405970 in the formula bar (this is nearly correct, it is missing the leading 0).

 

 

Isn't that just because the size of the field is too small? So when you expand it the full number appears? I just noticed that happening in Excel and haven't read the previous posts so maybe you and I are talking about two completely different things - (if so sorry :) )

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