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import stock from quickbooks


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I've been able to set up and compile the perl script available at

http://www.oscommerce.com/community/contri...arch,quickbooks

 

However, it chokes on product descriptions that contain slashes ("/")--spits out an error message and doesn't insert it. I presume this is because the slashes are used as escape sequences in perl. However, I am not familiar at all with perl, so if anyone can help me, or at least point me in the right direction, I would be forever grateful.

 

thanks in advance............

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I've been able to set up and compile the perl script available at

http://www.oscommerce.com/community/contri...arch,quickbooks

 

However, it chokes on product descriptions that contain slashes ("/")--spits out an error message and doesn't insert it.  I presume this is because the slashes are used as escape sequences in perl.  However, I am not familiar at all with perl, so if anyone can help me, or at least point me in the right direction, I would be forever grateful.

 

thanks in advance............

I first want to say the contribution is a great one. I don't have a perl coplier or what ever I need to use this.

I would like to ask PLEASE if someone could redo this in php? You know like all the rest of the code in osCommerce. PLEASE! :thumbsup:

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