June 25, 2012 at 7:07 am #6645June 25, 2012 at 7:24 am #46428PeterMember
Can you send a link to the page containing the APR codes?
Double check that you used the “aprtp” prefix in the “Digital Product URL” field?June 25, 2012 at 1:26 pm #46429
This is an example of how to check for proper APR cookie authorization. Notice the conditional testing that is taking place. The conditional shortcode can be used to handle expired links.
[wp_eStore_APR expiry=0 status=unexpired]
Now you see me!
[wp_eStore_APR expiry=0 status=expired]
Now you don’t!
Reasons for why APR would not work include:
1. The product URL does not specify the APRTP protocol.
2. The specified URI used with the APRTP protocol does not ***EXACTLY*** match the “pretty permalink” format used for the non-APR URL.
Example, if the non-APR URL is “http://site.com/page/” the APR URI must include the trailing “/” or it will not work.
3. The browser is not accepting cookies.June 26, 2012 at 11:15 am #46430spunkebusinessMember
Thank you so much!
“Example, if the non-APR URL is “http://site.com/page/” the APR URI must include the trailing “/” or it will not work.”
I believe this was causing the problem! Missing the “/” at the end of the URL.
Thanks for your help.June 26, 2012 at 1:00 pm #46431
The reason that happens is: When the encrypted APR cookie is issued, it is based upon what you previously entered into the product database. When the APR shortcode is encountered, the encrypted cookie is compared to the actual WordPress URL that appears in the browser’s address bar. No exact match, no content!
This doesn’t means that everyone should automatically add the trailing slash. It’s a function of what you’ve setup as the format for your WordPress “pretty permalink” format.June 27, 2012 at 6:29 am #46432spunkebusinessMember
I have one more question regarding the setting for digital products…
I want to use the ‘Download Limit Count’. When the encrypted link has reached the limit, it sends the visitor to the blue page with the message “The secure download manager ran into a problem that it couldn’t handle, and is unable to process your download request.”
Is it possible to change this to another page?
In the ‘pay per view content’ settings, I have included a page URL there for ‘Redirection Page for Unauthorized Access’ (a page I created to deliver the message that the link has expired), however it doesn’t seem to apply to my product, even though it is set up as a pay per view product?
Thank you for your helpJune 27, 2012 at 1:12 pm #46433
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