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Dutch1

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I have a problem finding where to change the text at the top of the email confirmation.

 

I found the file that calls it: orders.php (in admin) line 50

 

$email = STORE_NAME . "\n" . EMAIL_SEPARATOR . "\n" . EMAIL_TEXT_ORDER_NUMBER . '.........................

 

but I tried to change it and it throws an error. Which file does it call it from.

 

My stupid windows search can't find a word in a file and google can find millions on the web in seconds.

 

Is there another program for finding text in files, other than google desktop?

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Hello,

 

I think that you are looking for catalog/admin/includes/languages/english(or other)/orders.php. This is where the text of the email order confirmations are found.

 

The store name itself is taken from the configuration page in your admin area.

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Hello,

 

I think that you are looking for catalog/admin/includes/languages/english(or other)/orders.php. This is where the text of the email order confirmations are found.

 

The store name itself is taken from the configuration page in your admin area.

 

It's not there.

I have added the line:

 

define('STORE_NAME', 'My Store Name');

 

to a few files and no change.

 

And yes I did put my store name in the configure My Store page in admin

 

Still no luck

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I don't believe it's a defined constant.

 

I think it's stored in the database, probably [configuration] table.

 

Check out oscommerce.sql in the install directory for more direction.

 

Note though that this should be coming from your configuration via admin; if it isn't then something awry is going on, perhaps connecting with the wrong database.

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Hi there,

you need to alter the file:

 

catalog/checkout_process.php

 

find this line (222 on my file)

// lets start with the email confirmation

 

Ckeck out the knowledge base article: http://www.oscommerce.info/kb/osCommerce/C...-Mails_Sent/182

 

Hope that helps.

 

Claire

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Hi there,

you need to alter the file:

 

catalog/checkout_process.php

 

find this line (222 on my file)

// lets start with the email confirmation

 

Ckeck out the knowledge base article: http://www.oscommerce.info/kb/osCommerce/C...-Mails_Sent/182

 

Hope that helps.

 

Claire

 

I guess that should have been the clue. store_name was in lower case.

 

I changed it to upper case STORE_NAME and that fixed it.

 

Thanks, Dutch1

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