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eCart & DFP downloads: db updated, but download not working

Thread began 12/22/2009 6:49 pm by thetypehouse | Last modified 12/23/2009 6:47 pm by thetypehouse | 1531 views | 8 replies


Thanks, Kevin.

I've made the change to the DFP form trigger to "any form post", and submitted a new order, which has beens successfully processed by PayPal. The db as populated with the order details, but the list of orders in the Download Centre hasn't updated; neither do the Download buttons work.

The download files are in the folder downloads, which is a directory one level down from the webroot.

All the files are in my webspace with 1&1 (Linux Business hosting); the host directory is "romero".

  • So the Download Centre, one of the public files is at
  • Connections are at
  • Download files are at

/romero/ contains the following directories:
admin (unused)

The downloads directory has a number of files, including

  • 1.pdf
  • 2.pdf
  • 3.pdf
  • 4.pdf
  • 5.pdf
  • 6.pdf
  • 7.pdf

The webroot contains one directory for each public section of the site, each with index.php; shop contains the eCart files:

  • shopping_cart.php
  • checkout.php
  • confirm.php
  • confirm_success.php
  • confirm_failure.php
  • download_centre.php
  • customer_order_history.php
  • customer_order_details.php

Here's the latest view_source and download_centre.php files again for comparison with those sent yesterday.

I hope you can see what's going wrong from all this. I'm very grateful for your help.


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