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I am going to process my CC orderes with a manual terminal. I am going to receive my CC info via my OSC checkout. I have some questions about the process though. Where does the CC info get stored? and, is it a temporary storage? or, do I have to manually delete the info?

 

My server is Yahoo, and thier SSL is available though an SSL folder on my domain. In order to have a page secured it must be placed in the SSL folder in the root directory. Any ideas, or concerns on getting my credit info secure durring the checkout process. I not too sure how this will all work, so I am asking before i attempt to make it work.

 

Please also let me know if there is anything I am missing. thanks for the help!!

-Tim

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Tim, this isn't really an OSC/SSL issue. This is an issue with Yahoo. You'd be better off contacting Yahoo Technical Support with this question.

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Tim, this isn't really an OSC/SSL issue. This is an issue with Yahoo. You'd be better off contacting Yahoo Technical Support with this question.

 

Everytime I contact yahoo, they dont have any information regarging OSC, so I figured I would ask here instead. Yahoo isn't going to adjust thier server for little ol me, so I have to work with what I got. To me it seems simple. Just move the checkout php pages into the SSL folder. Do you think this would work?

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After dealing with a site hosted on Yahoo a while back, I would absolutely amazed if osCommerce would function correctly on Yahoo. You can try moving all of the checkout_* files to your SSL directory, then modifying the paths in includes/filenames.php, but you better sacrifice a chicken to the god of bogons and computrons before you begin because I'm not entirely sure it'll work. Switching hosts would be your best plan.

Please use the forums for support! I am happy to help you here, but I am unable to offer free technical support over instant messenger or e-mail.

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...You can try moving all of the checkout_* files to your SSL directory, then modifying the paths in includes/filenames.php...

 

Ok, i'm going to give it a try. Which set of checkout_* files should I place in the ssl folder? the ones under the catalog directory, or the ones in the path catalog/includes/languages/english ?

 

Another question. Where does the encrypted CC info get stored?

 

crazy idea but.... would it work if i placed my whole site in the the ssl directory?

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