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Orders missing item description and attributes


Indy Magnoli

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I have had my site up for about a month now: http://clothiers.indyprops.com

 

I've received a few orders through the oscommerce template (paid via Paypal) but there the item is listed as my site name and none of the product attributes come through. Each order that I get, I have to then e-mail the customer and embarrassingly ask, "What did you order?" and "What color?" etc...

 

What have I done wrong in my set-up? Thanks and

 

Kind regards,

Indy

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I have had my site up for about a month now: http://clothiers.indyprops.com

 

I've received a few orders through the oscommerce template (paid via Paypal) but there the item is listed as my site name and none of the product attributes come through. Each order that I get, I have to then e-mail the customer and embarrassingly ask, "What did you order?" and "What color?" etc...

 

What have I done wrong in my set-up? Thanks and

 

Kind regards,

Indy

everyone almost has had this problem. You must set up the page redirect thru paypal to ensure that the customer returns to the site after paying, then the details will be emailed to you from your site email. There are a few contributions that are supposed to help, I think 1 is paypal IPN. Do a forum search and a contribution search here, you will find a long list of questions and answeres about the paypal problem. since I set up my redirect to the right page it works fine 99% of the time now.

 

Hope this helps!

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