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eCart now creating success or failure pages

Thread began 3/22/2010 11:05 am by paul298707 | Last modified 3/22/2010 4:34 pm by Jimmy Wu | 1338 views | 1 replies |

paul298707

eCart now creating success or failure pages

I'm having a couple problems.

1). The ecart wizard is no longer creating failure or success pages. I have deleted all shopping cart, success, failure and checkout pages several times trying to get this to work, but now the wizard no longer creates success and failure pages. Can't find the cache file in adobe to delete?

2) I understand you need checkout.php page to pass info, fine. Ideally, what I want is this, so what specific code changes on what specific pages do I need to make.

- Shopping cart works fine. Buyer is ON shopping cart page.
- Buyer clicks checkout button (on shoppingcart page) and go to PayPal.
- Pays on paypal and is redirected to either confirm or success page where they can click links for digital products.
- If failure on pay pal, redirect to shoppingcart page or failure.php page.

Any help is appreciated. Thanks, Paul

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Jimmy Wu

Are all the other pages getting generated correctly? What options did you specify when running the wizard?

I would suggest you have a link to a password protected area and setup a download area for that particular user, not having the download available on the success page directly. That way you can store in the database which users have access to what files, and then dynamically load them on the download page.

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