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Manually, change the order ID of the "last" (X) order to 63000, then generate a new order (which will have order ID = 63001). Change the order ID back to its original of order (X).



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I found a way to do it which worked. You don't edit a file you chage the last order number in the database. logon to .../phpMyAdmin/index.php. then goto your database and browes orders. You can then edit the last order to be whatever number you want (under 11 digits by default). the next order will be one number higher.


hope that helps



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Hey everyone,


This change works fine for boosting the order id...


But what would you do if you wish to retrieve a custom order ID out of a table of predetermined ID's?


Where would you edit the code?


Would someone be able to point me in the right direction?




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