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On my checkout page, after I enter credit card information and click submit, my web page now takes me to confirm.php and makes you enter the credit card information again. This is a new issue. I receive this error in Chrome: confirm.php:174 Uncaught

Thread began 11/09/2021 7:56 am by arule414626 | Last modified 11/16/2021 11:52 am by Ray Borduin | 31 views | 7 replies |

arule414626

On my checkout page, after I enter credit card information and click submit, my web page now takes me to confirm.php and makes you enter the credit card information again. This is a new issue. I receive this error in Chrome: confirm.php:174 Uncaught TypeEr

I have reloaded checkout.php and confirm.php. I have tried running the checkout wizard but it won't run. It says I need to apply the wizard on a page with a checkout button. I have tried every page with checkout buttons but I get the same error. You have done some customization to my code years ago so I don't really want to run the wizard and write over my code anyway.

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Ray BorduinWebAssist

I'll need the url to your site to reproduce the error and FTP access. The pages are too complex to spot the problem out of context.

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arule414626

Thanks for your help! I pm'd the info.

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Ray BorduinWebAssist

I don't quite understand why, but the submit button wasn't being recognized in the form post. That caused the trigger to not run for the checkout.

I fixed the problem by adding this to the form:

<input name="Payment_submit" type="hidden" value="1">

adding a hidden form element with the same name as the button forces it to be included in the form post and the checkout code now runs properly. I'm thinking it must be a conflict with another script on the page, but it was easier to fix than to find the cause.

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arule414626

Thank you for your help. It seems to be working now.

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arule414626

Not sure if this is a related issue or not. We have not had any orders come through our website since last week before this fix. I tested the site Monday morning after I received an email about a fatal error but my order went through okay so I didn't think there was an issue.

I received several calls today describing an error on the checkout page and when I tested, I'm now getting this error on the checkout page: Fatal error: require(): Failed opening required 'Y29uZmlybV9jYXJ0LnBocA==' (include_path='.:/usr/local/php74/pear') in /home/customer/www/youthlight.com/public_html/webassist/framework/ajax_wrapper.php on line 32

The error happens where the confirm_cart.php is included on the page and seems to be triggered when a state or country is selected from the drop-down menu in the shipping information.

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Ray BorduinWebAssist

Some files were upgraded when I was working on it I think and became out of sync with some other files.

To fix the issue I uploaded the latest version of all of the files in the webassist/framework folder. Please download them for your reference.

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arule414626

Thank you again. I will download the most current files.

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