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Zencart download vs. osc download


coolbeansdude51

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Hello forum!

 

Currently I am running Zencart ... I hate how it handles downloads ... I run a online music store and I have about 200 separate files with 15 different artists. With Zencart its all in 1 massive directory ...

 

 

Does OSC do the same thing or can I have sub directories?

 

Also any other info on the differences between the two would be greatly beneficial!

 

Thanks so much,

Coolbeansdude51

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I sure hope someone answers this question, because I am in the process of doing my online store / shopping cart and would like to sell automatic downloadable "original" music. Please someone ... HELP.

 

 

Hello forum!

 

Currently I am running Zencart ... I hate how it handles downloads ... I run a online music store and I have about 200 separate files with 15 different artists. With Zencart its all in 1 massive directory ...

 

 

Does OSC do the same thing or can I have sub directories?

 

Also any other info on the differences between the two would be greatly beneficial!

 

Thanks so much,

Coolbeansdude51

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yes you can.. when you add the SUPER DOWNLOAD STORE contribution, you put your downloads int eh downloads folder, and you can have sub folders - you just need to give it thefile path when you enter the file name.. so instead of music.mp3 it would be /artist/music.mp3

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HOWEVER, you can visit my blog (go to my profile to see it) and post a question there, i will find time to get back and answer you

 

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