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  • I've recently done something similar to this using jQuery. I have several repeating forms like this: Six Months - $25 Pay $25 for six month subscription. About a 17% savings! …
  • Call me slow...couldn't figure out how to add a new integration piece for the wiki. We are succesfully able to encrypt and decrypt locally using our port of the PHP script. When testing with the foxycart XML datafeed we're saving the post data t…
  • Finally got my code above working. I wasn't paying attention and had forgotten to decode the URL encoded POST request. Calling urllib.unquote gets it working perfectly. Here's a quick and dirty view in Django that saves the decrypted XML feed t…
  • Perfect, Fred. I looked at that function a couple of times the last few days and the documentation I came across only noted the exception it makes for spaces. I can't believe that was it... You guys rock!!
  • Wow...you guys are ridiculous. Upgraded to version 0.5.0 and all is well.
  • Resolved the issue here, but the documentation and API need some updating. The solution to my problem above - send the password as plaintext in the API. In the example above I actually managed to set the users password as 'ee23efde3a4068efc653d3…
  • Currently my setup takes any data sent via the POST request with the parameter of "FoxyData", decrypts it, and saves it to our database. From there it runs the required processes based on information it finds in the XML structure. I see that on …
  • *** UPDATE *** In looking at the code sample that Luke sent me I see that there is in fact a POST parameter of "FoxySubscriptionData" that I need to be listening for. It may be worth noting that in the docs/wiki. Thanks for the help Luke!
  • I noticed that subscribers on the briterevolution.com site have been charged multiple times for renewing their subscriptions today. It only appears to have happened for todays transactions. I was wondering if the two were related. Any thoughts? …
  • Further research reveals that if a user goes to the sub_cancel URL, exits without doing anything, and then later goes to the sub_token URL to update their information their account is tagged with "You are about to set this subscription to end on ."
  • Thanks for the follow-up Luke and Brett. Truth be told...99.9% of our interaction with the subscription admin is to find one particular subscription and modify it in some way that's not available via the API. Others may find the filters you've m…
  • Our negotiated rates are also not showing up correctly. In most cases the returned rates are 2 to 3 times higher than our negotiated rates. I spent an hour and a half on the phone with UPS this morning. I was able to find out that our account i…
  • @luke: I'm working on behalf of our client who did not have contact information for their UPS Account Manager. Using the UPS Internet Technical Support line I was able to get some basic answers to questions regarding the Rate API and was then put i…
  • I'm also seeing this. Specifically, I see a duplicate store added to the list when I change my store version from v0.7.0 to v0.6.0. Going up from v0.6.0 to v0.7.0 doesn't seem to affect it...only when going down. I've done this a couple of times …
  • ck... We found the easiest way to do this was by uploading our own cart template and including a CSS file that gave instructions on how to change certain elements. I'm assuming you're calling foxycart.complete.js for your cart. The cart temp…
  • Sorry for the confusion. In my haste I gave you some information from v060. On our site we include a css file we call theme.foxybox.css. That is a file we keep local that doesn't get put in the cart template. I updated styles for the cboxClose…
  • For clarification...don't add that CSS to your cart template. You need to include it in the CSS for your site. Including it in the cart template CSS will not override the FoxyCart styles.
  • Thanks for the ideas Brett. We are using SSO but the user experience feels strange to me if I let them continue to build a cart with incorrect values. I had a look at Alistairs blog post (http://alistairrobinson.co.uk/foxycart-replacing-a-cart-ite…
  • Sorry...my post was a little confusing. You're correct, though. If Guam or Puerto Rico are used as the country then the shipping options returned are Free Ground and Fed Ex International. Luke posted in another thread (http://forum.foxycart.com/c…
  • I had to do a couple of things to get this working. It's not sexy and it's not supported but it does work...for us. [ulist] [li]Override FC.checkout.updateShipping[/li] [li]Force multiship to "-1" since this store doesn't allow multiship and b…
  • Some quick testing and I found that the store subdomain you setup in FoxyCart may be different than what you want. You're looking for "wildfiremarketinggroup" but your store subdomain is setup as "wildfiremarketingroup" - notice only one "g" instea…
  • Pretty simple deduction. By inspecting your code I see this line for the foxycart_includes import: http://wildfiremarketinggroup.foxycart.com/files/foxycart_includes.js If you attempt to open that link you get an error that the link is broken…
  • The evidence looks pretty clear to me but maybe something changed on the Foxy backend. Good luck finding a solution to your issue.
  • Thanks for the idea @Brett. This doesn't feel act a javascript validation issue as the errors don't get raised until the page refreshes. I was assuming it was server side validation. Our client is pretty set on being able to zero out the rate…
  • @fc_adam In the interest of simplifying things I've commented out my FC.checkout.override. That leaves me with the following function which attempts to set $0 on shipping: jQuery("#fc_shipping_methods_inner").ajaxComplete(function(…
  • @fc_adam, Thanks for your help getting this sorted out. After much testing I finally found a solution. Turns out that we had a $2.00 handling fee setup on the default category. Removing the handling fee in the FoxyCart admin allowed us to corr…