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On my dev server I have several sub domains hosted. I was trying to install the phprc file into the sub domain .php directory. This is not correct.
The phprc file and the IonCube generated php.ini file must be in the users root .php directory. The IonCube folder can be in a sub domain directory.
Prior to purchasing the PDF Stamper, I am attempting to install the IonCube library. So far unsuccessfully.
Basically the the loader wizard is not seeing the zend_extension. And the custom php.ini file is not being recognized.
The wizard script did create a custom php.ini file which includes the appropriate zend_extension for my server and account.
I have placed this file in the IonCube folder as well as in a .php folder as instructed by the Dreamhost Wiki.
In a chat with Dreamhost support I was told that shared hosting accounts do not use php.ini files but a phprc file. I have created this file and included the zend_extension. This did not change the error message.
The Apache server that I am on is using PHP 5.4.20 and FastCGI. The CURL library is presant.
In between each configuration change i have ssh into the server and issued the killall killall -9 php54.cgi command to force PHP to reload.
The script mentioned in the first post is for PHP 5.2. so I am hesitant to use it. Dreamhost will not install or support third party software on their servers.
Has anyone been able to manually install IonCube and if so what was the process that worked.
Thanks in advance for your attention to my question.September 10, 2013 at 2:51 pm in reply to: eStore – Shipping Variations add Shipping Cost to Digital Products #49417
This issue has been resolved!
Ruhul, thank you for your help tracking this issue down, and for incorporating the solution into future versions of the eStore core.
Yet another example of outstanding product support.September 6, 2013 at 8:05 pm in reply to: eStore – Shipping Variations add Shipping Cost to Digital Products #49415
1. Click on a film, to be taken to that film’s detail page. Scroll down to the bottom of the page and click on the Add to Cart button. Digital Download will be the default selection.
2. Click on the “Continue Shopping” link located in the sidebar shopping cart. Repeat the film selection as done in step 1.
3. Accept the Terms and Conditions. Click on the PayPal button to start the checkout process.
This web site sells both DVD’s and Digital downloads. What I have done:
PayPal Shipping Profile by weight has been selected.
Verified that “Use the shipping fee in the transaction instead of my calculator’s settings” option is activated for each of my shipping profiles.
Set the weight of the physical DVD’s to 0.25 lbs.
Set the weight of the digital downloads to 0.01 lbs
Set the shipping profile to be that any product that weighs less than 0.24 lbs the shipping fee is 0.00. Any product weighing above 0.25 lbs is charged a shipping the rate of which depends on their location.
In the shipping tab of each DVD product, the shipping cost is set to 0.001. Without this setting PayPal will not show the box to calculate shipping on single DVD orders.
In the shipping tab of the digital products, the shipping fee is set to 0.00. I have also tried leaving this blank but it did not seem to have an effect.
The issue does not happen with single film digital purchases.
The shipping does not appear in the sidebar shopping cart. However, when on PayPal the “select a destination Zip” field does appear.
We are using version WP eStore Version 22.214.171.124 with WP 3.6. However, the issue existed with version 3.5 of WP.
Thanks for taking a look!September 5, 2013 at 2:27 am in reply to: eStore – Shipping Variations add Shipping Cost to Digital Products #49413
Even though I have set the shipping method override in my PayPal profile shipping is still being added to shopping carts with more than one digital product. Any suggestions are greatly appreciated! Thank You.August 14, 2013 at 4:13 am in reply to: eStore – Shipping Variations add Shipping Cost to Digital Products #49412
I am amazed that PayPal has survived with it’s awful admin user interface.
I discovered the following:
1) My Profile -> My Selling Tools -> Shipping calculations.
2) For each Shipping Method the override will need to be set. Place a check mark next to the Shipping Profile to be modified and click on the edit button.
3) In the Currency and Shipping Region: section, Click on the Yes radio button next to the “Use the shipping fee in the transaction instead of my calculator’s settings” option.
4) Click on the Save Changes button.
Repeat for each Shipping Method.
The new settings can be verified by placing a check mark next to the shipping method and clicking on the View button. If correct you will see “Override shipping methods per transaction” set to On