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Thread began 5/01/2015 11:11 am by s.joiner74419001 | Last modified 5/11/2015 7:29 pm by s.joiner74419001 | 1462 views | 20 replies

s.joiner74419001

Hi Ray,

I am experiencing a major fault with the checkout wizard as follows:

Firstly I will explain what I am doing.

I first apply the add to cart server behaviour to my application form page using the submit form button as the trigger. in the behaviour I re-direct to the view-cart page ( memb-payment.php). On this page I used the Display manager to add the cart display and then add a checkout button. I then open the checkout wizard and complete the settings. ( using sandbox API credentials ). After completion I proceed to click 'Finish' and this is where the issue happens.

It creates all there numerous pages, but extra untitled pages, and then crashes as shown on attachment.

The following pages are created:

Untitled-1.php - This appears to be the order confirmation page.
Untitled-2.php - Blank html document
Untitled-3.php - This appears to be the checkout form.
confirm.php - Blank html document
confirm_cart.php - Blank html document
checkout.php - Blank html document
checkout_failure.php - Appears to be complete
checkout_success.php - Appears to be complete

Please help.

You're probably aware that I am in the UK and so its difficult to get the support from yourselves when required because of the time delay. We are desperate to get this up and running asap. my laptop is currently at fault so I will be taking my office iMac home so we can hopefully get this resolved this evening.

Thanks in advance.

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