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Thread began 4/07/2011 11:04 am by scaphis417771 | Last modified 4/07/2011 3:58 pm by Jason Byrnes | 1845 views | 10 replies |

scaphis417771

Fatal Error

This was all working on my testing server yesterday. Today I tried to add incremental shipping to ecart. It did not work so I removed it.

Now I'm am getting this error on my testing server:

Notice: Undefined property: eCart1_Definition::$WeightUnits in C:\xampp\htdocs\johnnylok-xampp\confirm.php on line 421

Fatal error: Call to undefined function curl_init() in C:\xampp\htdocs\johnnylok-xampp\WA_eCart\WA_eCart_UPS_PHP.php on line 72

Can you help?

Also, I am using USP and no matter how many items I put in the cart, the shipping amount stays the same. Assuming I can get the error above fixed, how do I tell UPS to calculate shipping according to weight?

Thank you - this is my last step from a long road to completion.

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scaphis417771

Fatal Error and UPS Shipping

I have my testing server working correctly again.

Now I am down to the final problem.

What do I add to make UPS shipping increase according to weight?

I really appreciate it.

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Jason ByrnesWebAssist

in the ups shipping server behavior, on the final page, set the packaging option to One Package fro the entire order

and set the package weight to:
<?php echo WA_eCart_FormatNumber($<YourCartName>->TotalColumn('TotalWeight'), true, 1); ?>


where <YourCartName> is the name of your eCart object.

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scaphis417771

Shipping

I looked at this information and it matches what it indicated above.

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Jason ByrnesWebAssist

Please copy the code from the package weight setting and post it hear along with a screen shoot showing the package information settings of the UPS server behavior.

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scaphis417771

Shipping

Here is the code and the screen shot

<?php echo WA_eCart_FormatNumber($eCart1->TotalColumn('TotalWeight'), true, 1); ?>

Thanks

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Jason ByrnesWebAssist

to troubleshoot, add the following code to the confirm page just before the </body> tag:

php:
<pre>
<?php
@session_start();
echo 
"Full Request: ".(isset($_SESSION["eCart1_FullRequest"])?htmlentities($_SESSION["eCart1_UPS_FullRequest"]):"n/a")."<br />";  
     echo 
"Full Response: ".(isset($_SESSION["eCart1_UPS_FullResponse"])?htmlentities($_SESSION["eCart1_UPS_FullResponse"]):"n/a")."<br /></p>";
?>
</pre>



and post a link where i can see this

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scaphis417771

Shipping

When I add this code and put the file on the server it defaults right back to cart is empty.
What am I doing incorrectly?

Thanks

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Jason ByrnesWebAssist

my apologies, the code should be:

php:
<pre>

<?php
@session_start();
echo 
"Full Request: ".(isset($_SESSION["eCart1_FullRequest"])?htmlentities($_SESSION["eCart1_UPS_FullRequest"]):"n/a")."<br />";  
     echo 
"Full Response: ".(isset($_SESSION["eCart1_UPS_FullResponse"])?htmlentities($_SESSION["eCart1_UPS_FullResponse"]):"n/a")."<br /></p>";
?>
</pre>
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scaphis417771

Shipping

It is still going to cart is empty.

Also, now I'm getting this failure message - man - this is the last thing I have to figure out.

3LBS is not a valid unit of measurement for weight for this shipment

I sure hope you can help.

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