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Checkout Error, Orders not created


enragedcow

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Hey all-

 

We are moving our store to a new server, and I did a direct copy of all the files databases. I simply changed the configure.php files to reflect the new server address and whatnot.

 

Store works fine. I can add products, go through checkout, everything. The charge shows up in our authorize.net screen, and the store generates the "order" e-mail to me as the administrator.

 

HOWEVER, the order doesn't exist in the database. Here's what happens:

 

Tables:

Orders (Info stored)

Orders_products (NOT stored)

Orders_total (NOT stored)

orders_status_history (NOT stored)

 

So... anyone have any ideas how simply changing to a new server could cause this?? It could be a php/ssl/curl thing perhaps, but I'm not sure...

"People tell me I have an inferiority complex. They must be right; after all, they are all smarter than me."

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Hey all-

 

We are moving our store to a new server, and I did a direct copy of all the files databases. I simply changed the configure.php files to reflect the new server address and whatnot.

 

Store works fine. I can add products, go through checkout, everything. The charge shows up in our authorize.net screen, and the store generates the "order" e-mail to me as the administrator.

 

HOWEVER, the order doesn't exist in the database. Here's what happens:

 

Tables:

Orders (Info stored)

Orders_products (NOT stored)

Orders_total (NOT stored)

orders_status_history (NOT stored)

 

So... anyone have any ideas how simply changing to a new server could cause this?? It could be a php/ssl/curl thing perhaps, but I'm not sure...

 

Nobody has any ideas? I'm completely at a loss here :(

"People tell me I have an inferiority complex. They must be right; after all, they are all smarter than me."

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Nobody has any ideas? I'm completely at a loss here :(

 

 

Okay, I figured it out... oddly enough.

 

The problem was in allowing persistent DB connections. As soon as I set that to false in my configure.php, it all works! Odd I think, but oh well, at least it's working now!

"People tell me I have an inferiority complex. They must be right; after all, they are all smarter than me."

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