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Hi! I am looking for help with a counting issue. We use ECHO to process our CC payments. When we process an order and we want to see all order processed it says displaying 41-47 when it is actually showing more like 15 orders per page. Anyone know where I can fix this? Also it seems as though it only shows the first 50 orders even though we have over 70. I can see the orders in MySQL and we see that ECHO processes them but I can't see them in the Admin Control panel. Any help would be appreciated.

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You have the same problem as I do. It lists the first set of ECHO sales, but there is no selection at the bottom for "page 2" or "next" or whatever.

Unfortunately :( I don't know how to fix it either!

Anybody with ECHO know how to fix this one?

--Jeff


--Jeff

Of course I don't look busy! I did it right the first time!

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It only displays 15 on each page, but counter counts each page as having 20. Try this and see if it helps. On line 85 of admin/echo_results.php

 

Replace:

 

$sql_split = new splitPageResults($HTTP_GET_VARS['page'], MAX_DISPLAY_SEARCH_RESULTS_TRANSACTIONS, $sql_query_raw, $sql_query_numrows);

 

With:

 

$sql_split = new splitPageResults($HTTP_GET_VARS['page'], MAX_DISPLAY_SEARCH_RESULTS, $sql_query_raw, $sql_query_numrows);

Edited by sqadeer

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It only displays 15 on each page, but counter counts each page as having 20.  Try this and see if it helps.  On line 85 of admin/echo_results.php

 

Replace:

 

$sql_split = new splitPageResults($HTTP_GET_VARS['page'], MAX_DISPLAY_SEARCH_RESULTS_TRANSACTIONS, $sql_query_raw, $sql_query_numrows);

 

With:

 

$sql_split = new splitPageResults($HTTP_GET_VARS['page'], MAX_DISPLAY_SEARCH_RESULTS, $sql_query_raw, $sql_query_numrows);

Thank you. I had this problem and your fix does work.

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Hi,

 

I get this erro when I try to see the ECHO Payment Processing under customers in the OsCommerce ADMIN side.

 

Warning: mysql_fetch_array(): supplied argument is not a valid MySQL result resource in /home/myborinq/public_html/ecommerce/os/catalog/admin/includes/functions/database.php on line 99

 

 

Any ideas why?

 

 

Thanks in advance

 

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You have the same problem as I do. It lists the first set of ECHO sales, but there is no selection at the bottom for "page 2" or "next" or whatever.

Unfortunately  :( I don't know how to fix it either!

Anybody with ECHO know how to fix this one?

--Jeff

I also have an echo merchant account, and when i switched hosting companies, they cant seem to upload my echo account. Everything is fine but then in my admin section I get this:

 

Fatal error: Cannot redeclare class echo_cc in /home/kasali3/public_html/includes/modules/payment/echo_cc.php on line 14

 

any ideas??? Please???

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Try this

 

In admin>includes>functions.php around line 22, check this

 if ($filename != FILENAME_DEFAULT && $filename != FILENAME_FORBIDEN && $filename != FILENAME_LOGOFF && $filename != FILENAME_ADMIN_ACCOUNT && $filename != FILENAME_POPUP_IMAGE && $filename != 'packingslip.php' && $filename != 'invoice.php' && $filename != 'purchase.php' && $filename != 'confirm.php' && $filename != 'echo_result.php') {

and make sure this

echo_result.php

is listed, Then, in admin>admin_files.php around line 238, check this

 if ((substr("$file", -4) == '.php') && $file != FILENAME_DEFAULT && $file != FILENAME_LOGIN && $file != FILENAME_LOGOFF && $file != FILENAME_FORBIDEN && $file != FILENAME_POPUP_IMAGE && $file != FILENAME_PASSWORD_FORGOTTEN && $file != FILENAME_ADMIN_ACCOUNT && $file != 'invoice.php' && $file != 'packingslip.php' && $file != 'purchase.php' && $file != 'confirm.php && $file != 'echo_result.php') {

and again, see if this

echo_result.php

is in there. You might also confirm in admin>includes>filenames.php, you have this line

  define('FILENAME_ECHO_RESULT', 'echo_result.php'); // ECHO

 

Hope you find this useful

:thumbsup: wazu

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