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Has anyone had any luck in setting up osCommerce using a Servage (servage.net) account?

They use a shared SSL certificate, the path to which is

https://ssl16.servage.net/~DIGITSANDNUMBERS/ (changed for security). I've tried so so many combinations of this in the config files that I'm now completely stumped. I'm fairly proficient in PHP and these matters, but can't figure this one out, and can't afford a personal SSL certificate.

Any help would be most appreciated. Part of my config is below.

 

 

define('HTTP_SERVER', 'http://valcarr.co.uk/'); // eg, http://localhost - should not be empty for productive servers

define('HTTPS_SERVER', 'http://valcarr.co.uk/'); // eg, https://localhost - should not be empty for productive servers

define('ENABLE_SSL', true); // secure webserver for checkout procedure?

define('HTTP_COOKIE_DOMAIN', 'www.valcarr.co.uk/');

define('HTTPS_COOKIE_DOMAIN', 'www.valcarr.co.uk/');

define('HTTP_COOKIE_PATH', '/shop/');

define('HTTPS_COOKIE_PATH', '/shop/');

define('DIR_WS_HTTP_CATALOG', '/shop/');

define('DIR_WS_HTTPS_CATALOG', '/shop/');

 

 

Thanks

Jack

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Has anyone had any luck in setting up osCommerce using a Servage (servage.net) account?

They use a shared SSL certificate, the path to which is

https://ssl16.servage.net/~DIGITSANDNUMBERS/ (changed for security). I've tried so so many combinations of this in the config files that I'm now completely stumped. I'm fairly proficient in PHP and these matters, but can't figure this one out, and can't afford a personal SSL certificate.

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Thanks

Jack

 

 

I'm fighting with this at the moment myself and their techs aren't much help! granted, I'm not proficient in php, but it doesn't seem like the autoinstallers are installing any of the modules either(only newsletter, and not payment, total or shipping)! What I did get out of the techs there is that you have to have a folder called "ssl" in your account root and then place all the files there. Of course, then I'd have to change all the autoset paths to fit the new location, which is not something I really want to have to deal with as I'm not really a programmer, but an end user who wants to set up a shopping cart for my products!

 

They, of course, tried to offer me the $4.95 per month fee for a dedicated IP so I could use a third party certificate...but I can't afford a lot either.

 

 

I also noticed that their autoinstaller is putting double slashes between my domain and the folder it's in...so instead of "/shop", the path lists it as "//shop"

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