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I installed this module and still trying to get it to work. On line 624 of return configuration.php there is this                     print_r($terms);  I suspect this line needs to be removed. Can someone please help confirm? Thanks.

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Also when I clicked on   Returned Products, I get this error message:

Fatal error: Call to a member function register() on null in ~/returns.php on line 17

Any input will be greatly appreciated...

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10 minutes ago, saderogba said:

print_r($terms);  I suspect this line needs to be removed.

Yes

4 minutes ago, saderogba said:

Fatal error: Call to a member function register() on null in ~/returns.php on line 17

https://forums.oscommerce.com/topic/411460-rma-returns-system-for-osc234bs/?do=findComment&comment=1767564


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Thanks. I have completed the install process but I am not seeing the Request a Return button on account_history page. Please what do I need to check?

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Check to ensure you have installed the header tag module and the order status corresponds with the status you have set for returns.


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Hello people, ht_returns.php does not respond. The button does not appear in the account_history_info.php no matter what status the order has

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Just installed this with no problems, but did notice that there is nothing in the instructions unless I missed something, about installing the header tag module. Until that was installed nothing worked.

Now all I have to do is to hope customers use it.


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returns_configuration.php

row 370, 371

            reset($orders_status_id);
              while (list(, $value) = each($orders_status_id)) {

change:

//            reset($orders_status_id);
//              while (list(, $value) = each($orders_status_id)) {
            foreach ($orders_status_id as $value) {

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@frankl I've created a dashboard module for returns... if interested I can share here, or with you... or upload as a separate addon (prob not a good idea).

 

 

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On 10/6/2018 at 2:07 AM, greasemonkey said:

@frankl I've created a dashboard module for returns... if interested I can share here, or with you... or upload as a separate addon (prob not a good idea).

 

 

That would be cool, thanks!


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Here you go @frankl

Should work with any version of https://apps.oscommerce.com/m2hDP&rma-returns-system-for-osc2-3-4bs

Just drop in files, navigate to admin -> modules -> dashboard then + Install Modules in the top right corner and install the Returns Modules.

Installs a dashboard module displaying a list of the 6 most recently modified returns on admin/index.php.

ram-system-dashboard-module.zip

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Hey @frankl I hope all is well.

Just noticing a flaw in your RMA system - well actually a flaw with tep_draw_radio_field I presume.

Do you have any tricks to return more than one item on a single RMA - as tep_draw_radio_field only allows 1 selection from a list.

Removing, or using a unique "name" for each in the list will not pass it would seem... but I'm no expert.

Maybe a new radio field function is required - similar to what some have done with radio buttons and multiple attributes????

 

Scott

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Ok, trying to figure this out on my own in @frankl absence..... it would seem we need to use a checkbox_field in place of a radio.

Now just trying to figure out how to pass the variables selected.

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