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  1. The best solution is install a new version: https://www.oscommerce.com/wiki/Installation_and_Server_Requirements Customize its settings: languages, currencies etc Remove demo products, customers and orders and then import the data from old osCommerce: https://www.oscommerce.com/wiki/Importing_Data_from_Older_osCommerce_Version_to_New_One
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  2. Jack_mcs

    UPS Choice 1.8.3

    I am writing a new module using the new API. It is about 80% complete and will be completed before the XML method no longer works in June.
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  3. Here is the result of this as well as my message to @pandrei just in case someone sees a similar problem: I apologize for the slow response. The issue is not OSCommerce, but actually a combination of things. UPS changed how they respond on the API and no longer include residential, oversize/overweight fees and only the base price with discount. It is also no longer the "counter" rate as if you walked into a UPS shipping store. I had to add a 100% upcharge to match the accurate rate. I was able to look at prior UPS invoices and adjust until I arrived at the correct surcharge which was 82% most of the time. Again, sorry for falling to OSCommerce being the problem and not updating you.
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  4. dkodin

    edit Backend Login Page

    lib/backend/themes/basic/login and edit the *.tpl file(s)
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  5. You have to enable German language for your sales channel. Go to Admin->Sales channel->Configure localization and click Change button:
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  6. Hi I've just installed this module (on a modified 2.3.4+Bootstrap Gold) and I have to say it's a fantastic piece of work. Easy to install, looks spiffy, loads of features, and significantly higher code quality than the majority of OSC modules! Thankyou so much for all the work that's gone into it. I have a couple of minor bugs to report. The first one is with the Customer filter, which fails with the following error in the Apache log: PHP Fatal error: Call to undefined method mysqli_stmt::get_result() in /var/www/hht/hhtadmin/advanced_statistics/ajax_request.php on line 93 Looking at the documentation for that function at http://php.net/manual/en/mysqli-stmt.get-result.php, it says it's only available with mysqlnd. Since you claim at the top of this thread that mysqlnd should not be required, does this need rewriting to use a different method? Or is mysqlnd essential for this to work? I'm using PHP 5.4. The second concerns the menubar. At the moment, only the leftmost icon (which keeps changing - presumably this is intentional but it makes it harder to describe to users what they should be looking for) has a decent tooltip describing what it does. The rightmost one (which is showing as an "unknown character" glyph on my system) also has a tooltip but it is needlessly tall and narrow: see attached screenshot. The other three icons are not showing tooltips at all, thus they have no explanation what they do. And one further suggestion: It took me a while to figure out how to close the filter sidebar (by clicking outside it), so how about adding a Close button inside it just to avoid any frustration. Thanks again for your excellent work.
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