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I just upgraded my cart which links to powerstore I am now getting several error messages browngrotta.com/WA_ecart/cart.php

Thread began 4/24/2015 11:35 am by art391139 | Last modified 5/11/2015 6:47 pm by Ray Borduin | 2229 views | 64 replies |

art391139

I just upgraded my cart which links to powerstore I am now getting several error messages browngrotta.com/WA_ecart/cart.php

I just upgraded my cart which links to powerstore. My cart page now display Warning missing argument 13 for store 1_Definition::store1_Definition(), called in /www/browngrotta/WA_eCart/store1_PHP.php on line 280 and defined in/www/browngrotta/WA_ecart/store1_PHP.php on line 4 As well as Notice:Undefined variable:ColumnsArray in /www/browngrotta/WA_eCart/store1_PHP.php on line 5 AS well as Notice Undefined index:store1_USPS_Quote in/www/browngrotta/WA_eCart/store1_PHP.php on line 109

on my buy button pages I get Warning: Missing argument 13 for store1_Definition::store1_Definition(), called in /www/browngrotta/WA_eCart/store1_PHP.php on line 280 and defined in /www/browngrotta/WA_eCart/store1_PHP.php on line 4

Notice: Undefined variable: ColumnsArray in /www/browngrotta/WA_eCart/store1_PHP.php on line 5

http://browngrotta.com/Pages/c39.php

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Ray BorduinWebAssist

Did you upload the "/WA_eCart" folder after upgrading? Go to your cart object, open the interface and click 'ok'. That will update your cart object. Then upload the WA_eCart folder to the site. That could be all you need to do to fix it.

If you still have issues, I'll need FTP information to debug why you are getting those errors.

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art391139

I just upgraded my cart which links to powerstore I am now getting several error messages browngrotta.com/WA_ecart/cart.php

Originally Said By: Ray Borduin
  Did you upload the "/WA_eCart" folder after upgrading? Go to your cart object, open the interface and click 'ok'. That will update your cart object. Then upload the WA_eCart folder to the site. That could be all you need to do to fix it.  
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Ray BorduinWebAssist

All I had to do was open the cart object, click 'ok' and then re-upload the files to fix the first error. There was a second error in your handling rules which I fixed by adding a condition "if has USPS shipping defined" so that it didn't try to add a handling charge based on the shipping rate when the shipping rate hadn't been established.

Download the latest version of the WA_eCart folder to get my updates.

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art391139

Can't check-out

Client can't checkout

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Ray BorduinWebAssist

It appears that when they click checkout you are redirecting from: http://browngrotta.com to: https://secure.browngrotta.com. These are technically different web sites and that would cause the cart to be emptied and prevent checkout.

You should install your SSL certificate on the same domain to prevent this problem. Alternatively you can use the ecart server behaviors to pass the session to the new site, but that is more difficult.

When I did my shopping starting at https://secure.browngrotta.com so that the cart contents wouldn't be lost when clicking checkout, then I got an error: syntax error, unexpected '@' in /www/browngrotta/confirm.php on line 228

What code is on line 228 of the confirm.php page? It looks like that would have to be addressed as well.

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art391139

Can't check-out

I am a little confused. Before upgrading I always didn't switch the customer to my SSL until they selected what they wanted. On most carts that I use it doesn't go to the SSL until private information is entered. Do I need to start that sooner and make the cart.php page secure which is one step before I had in the past before any personal information is entered? Or Is it possible When I updated ecart that I updated the checkout pages on browngrotta.com and not on https://secure.browngrotta.com so I am directing my customers to the pages created from the old version of ecart?

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Ray BorduinWebAssist

I'm not sure why the error says there is an @ symbol on that line? Are you sure that is the live version of the page?

Usually you don't go to the secure page until you are filling out secure information... but usually the secure page is at the same site.

If you went from http://browngrotta.com to https://browngrotta.com it wouldn't be an issue. The problem is that you are going to an entirely different domain. You should install your ssl certificate on the same domain so that you don't have to switch sites for secured pages. This has nothing to do with the version of the shopping cart. It has to do with how session variables work in general.

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art391139

Can't check-out

looking at the live site I have two confirm.php pages one outside of the WA_eCart which has the most current date and one in the WA_eCart folder which is older. Could this be the problem?

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Ray BorduinWebAssist

Yes, delete that page... it clearly has issues. That code can result from running the wizard with a bad database connection. This page is certainly wrong and should be removed. Also the pages aren't usually created inside the WA_eCart folder, so that seems wrong as well.

You may want to re-run the checkout wizard on your confirm page and create a fresh copy of the pages. Make sure you have a working connection before running the wizard.

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