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osCommerce 4.14 is Now Available!


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We are thrilled to announce the release of osCommerce 4.14, packed with exciting new features and improvements!

What's New?

  • osCommerce 4.14 is now fully compatible with the latest version of PHP 8.3, ensuring seamless performance and enhanced security.

  • This update includes upgraded libraries and incorporates new security fixes to bolster your online store's protection.

  • Excitingly, osCommerce 4.14 is also fully compatible with upcoming artificial intelligence applications, enabling you to stay ahead in the ever-evolving e-commerce landscape.

  • Explore the latest features, changes, and fixes in our comprehensive osCommerce Wiki: Change Log.

How to Upgrade:

  1. Connect to the App Shop.

  2. Navigate to the System Update tab in the App Shop menu.

  3. Simply click the Update now button to initiate the update process.

Join the Community:

We extend our sincere gratitude to the osCommerce community for their invaluable feedback and support. Your contributions help us continuously improve osCommerce.

Known issues:

  • The installed Product property filter v1.0.4 application may cause an error. Update the Product property filter to a new version or replace the lib/frontend/design/Info.php file with the attached Info.php file

Info.php

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I have changed the admin directory and upon performing the checks for an update it cannot find the files in the "admin" directory since it has been changed.

 

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Is there a setting somewhere that I need to change to update where my admin folder is located?

The update was aborted and not applied as I wanted to address this issue first.

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9 hours ago, blaine109 said:

Is there a setting somewhere that I need to change to update where my admin folder is located?

Good question. The quick solution:

Let's say your new admin directory is called myadmin

1. Log in to the backend using myadmin

2. COPY (not move) myadmin directory back to admin directory

3. While continuing to use myadmin, apply the system update

4. Delete your myadmin directory (make a backup before deleting)

5. Rename the admin directory to myadmin

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17 hours ago, blaine109 said:

I have copied the directory and getting ready to update but I am seeing 2 different checksum mismatches.

Is this an issue that I need to address or do I ignore?

Just click force update link. The new version contains the newest version of this files.

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17 hours ago, blaine109 said:

I am also getting this warning message when going into a theme to edit.

If you edit a theme for sales channel with symlink, try to change url when go to the themes. For example when edit a demo theme watch for your-site.com/watch channel, change url from

your-site.com/admin/design/elements?theme_name=watch

to

your-site.com/watch/admin/design/elements?theme_name=watch

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3 hours ago, pandrei said:

If you edit a theme for sales channel with symlink, try to change url when go to the themes. For example when edit a demo theme watch for your-site.com/watch channel, change url from

your-site.com/admin/design/elements?theme_name=watch

to

your-site.com/watch/admin/design/elements?theme_name=watch

 

When I do that it just reverts back to the original URL.

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On 5/23/2024 at 9:32 PM, blaine109 said:

PM sent

Thanks.

I think the problem happens because you changed some files to display slash in the end of the frontend url. Maybe you changed .htaccess file.

As a result when designer opens the frontend page it receives permanent redirect result that breaks his work.

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3 hours ago, pandrei said:

Thanks.

I think the problem happens because you changed some files to display slash in the end of the frontend url. Maybe you changed .htaccess file.

As a result when designer opens the frontend page it receives permanent redirect result that breaks his work.

I never made any changes to display a slash at the end of the frontend URL.

I haven't made any changes to the htaccess file. Everything worked perfectly before the update. Once I applied the updated, I then have this issue.

Are there other configure.php files where I need to make changes for where I have moved the admin directory to by chance?

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