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adding orders without paying


syturvy

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Hello,

 

Two years ago I set up a shop for a client who sells digital downloads, in osCommerce 2.2ms2. Now he wants me to change the way downloads are listed in the user account, after a visitor buys items.

 

To handle this properly I need to see an account of a customer who has bought a few items with downloads that are still active. The easiest way is by just buying some items with my account and checking out the "my account" page, but I want to do this without spending any money on the site (or on PayPal).

 

Is there a way for an administrator to add an order to some user account without paying for this? Or can this be done through a contribution?

 

Thanks!

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you could probably install the order editor contribution or i believe there is another one that will allow you to create orders directly from the admin area. If that didn't work for what you are looking to do you could always build a fake order in the database using phpMyAdmin and do it that way (a little bit more complicated though).

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can you not just turn on the payment by cheque module ?

 

Hi squalid,

the problem is that this shop is online and working at the moment. If I activate other payments, customers might use them even though they are not supported by the shop.

Mark

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you could probably install the order editor contribution or i believe there is another one that will allow you to create orders directly from the admin area. If that didn't work for what you are looking to do you could always build a fake order in the database using phpMyAdmin and do it that way (a little bit more complicated though).

 

This kind of contribution is exactly what I am looking for, thanks a lot. I took a look at the order editor, but it doesn't seem to be able to create orders. Do you know what the other contribution might be called?

 

Thanks,

Mark

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