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No unfortunately not. Once they setup a paypal reoccurring subscription, then it needs to be automatic.
Thanks for the reply.
Ok, I’m a moron. I didn’t even think about the Deactivate and reactivate. It’s fixed.
Thanks again for keeping us safe with dangerous weapons, lol!
Hmmm. Also unable to create a new product. I did recently upgrade the blog to 2.9. I wonder if that is part of the issue?
FrankDecember 21, 2009 at 6:17 pm in reply to: Integration with the Your members membership plugin #16870
I’ll contact the author of the plugin to get the latest hooks.
Yes, you’ll find that you’ll use this quite often! Customers will mess up about 10% of the time and ask for another download page. This works very, very well! Good addition.
Just a quick heads up. I went into the mysql database and just removed the offending records from the wp_wp_eStore_sales_tbl manually. It fixes the issue.
Not a big thing, but something you may want to keep on the back burner for the next code release – removal of these table entries when a customer purchase is deleted from the manage customers page.
Ok, done, done, done. Just not working. I know that I’m doing something foolish, but for the life of me, I cannot figure it out. I’ll send you my details.
Just started to figure out the affiliate module on my site. I created a mock user and then generated a banner for the mock user to use.
Then I pulled the link and put it in the browser. Two things caught my attention.
1. The click was not registered for the user.
2. The affiliate link was still present on the end of the url after I was on the site. Is there any way to strip away the affiliate link when the user arrives on the site to hide the affiliate’s id?
To better clarify the problem, I’ve set the ‘Duration of Download Link’ to 72 hours within the Settings panel. Now, after 72 hours or three calendar days, any product that was posted at a certain date will come up with expired links.
I’ve had to continue to bump up the Duration of download link time to over 144 hours to keep offers working.
Is this the way it’s supposed to work?
I am still having troubles with one issue. I keep getting people get a ‘link expired’ message when they try to download. Seems that I setup the expiry time to 72 hours and 72 hours have passed since I setup the product, now, they are getting this message. I tried myself by generating a link in the admin window, and sure enough, it came up right after the link was generated.
Yay! Good to hear you got it cableman. I feel your pain. In the middle of a launch of a new product, Murphy himself moved in! Everything that can go wrong, has.
I did have the files pointed exactly to a path, but moving it to the download folder seems to have made a difference. Well over 140 sales since, and no issues.
I am still wondering about the time issue on life of links.
Ok, after fooling with this for some time, I’ve come up with a few points….
I’m wondering about expiry times on links. I’ve had two conditions crop up – the links are unavailable and links expiring very quickly. You see, I setup the links to expire on the default 24 hours. All of a sudden, links started to expire in 5 minutes. I had to alter the link expiry to 72 hours. One issue resolved but not explained.
Next, I moved the download product from the the uploads directory to the downloads directory right in the plugin and I’ve had over 100 downloads since with no issues.
Another strange thing, the links that were failing before for downloads are now working again. Hmmmm. The only thing that could have changed for the others is the expiry time of the downloads, nothing else.
Now, the question here is are these two things related or not or ???
I’m going to take some time today to look into the php code, but you know your code much better than I do.
And I really do appreciate your efforts. I am a vendor of many electronic products and feel your frustration by purchasers that seem to be lost in the desert at the best of times.
Admin, is there any possibility to break out the download letter for customization?