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  1. Hey Folks, I believe I have successfully integrated Moneris's eSelectPlus module into OS Commerce 2.3.1, however there is an issue with the error messages. I love the irony... When I process the order and everything is perfect it seems to go through fine. However when I make some errors in the CC info, like invalid expiry date, or invalid cc number etc. There is a problem outputting the error message. Instead of getting the proper error message I get the following: "MODULE_PAYMENT_MONERISCAMPG_TEXT_ERROR" This can be seen in the following html source: <div class="contentText"> <strong>MODULE_PAYMENT_MONERISCAMPG_TEXT_ERROR</strong> <p class="messageStackError">MODULE_PAYMENT_MONERISCAMPG_TEXT_ERROR</p> </div> This seems to be the revelant function found in: moneriscampg.php function get_error() { global $HTTP_GET_VARS; if (isset($HTTP_GET_VARS['ErrMsg']) && (strlen($HTTP_GET_VARS['ErrMsg']) > 0)) { $error = stripslashes(urldecode($HTTP_GET_VARS['ErrMsg'])); } elseif (isset($HTTP_GET_VARS['error']) && (strlen($HTTP_GET_VARS['error']) > 0)) { $error = stripslashes(urldecode($HTTP_GET_VARS['error'])); } else { $error = MODULE_PAYMENT_MONERISCAMPG_TEXT_ERROR; } return array('title' => MODULE_PAYMENT_MONERISCAMPG_TEXT_ERROR, 'error' => $error); } Any suggestions? This is a bit of showstopper. Thanks!
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