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I read the email, the forum link, and saw the fund clearance issue/reason. I’m using (PayPal) Sandbox to test the website/eStore, and seems that none of the reasons listed relate to it.
Yes, I was using a caching plugin (I’ve deactivated for now). Should I enable it at anytime or should I delete/deactivate it (to make sure that eStore works)?
I’m not getting the PHP session error anymore (got my host to fix the PHP session on this server). Now its basically two things: 1) the fund clearance failure email and 2) thank-you page shortcode not working (i followed the PDT video tutorial). Could the two issues be related?
Please help. Thanks.
Here’s the product page (where you can ‘Add to Cart’) –
Another issue is that the Check-Out page is not consistent in showing the Shopping Cart (even though I’ve inserted the shortcode).
I’ve setup eStore and have been using Sandbox for testing.
But now, I’m getting this error when I try to proceed with Check Out to PayPal.
“Either your shopping cart is empty or the PHP Session on your server is not working correctly. Please check this article
That number is for the owner who doesn’t deal with the technical part of things. Can you send a simple email (Redacted by moderator WZP), so that I can reply with my phone number?
Thanks alot for your fast responses!
When I make the file public and put the new S3 URL for the eStore Product, it gives a 0 byte zip file, like before.
So far it looks like a non-storage/bandwidth issue. But let’s see..
I used this as reference – http://www.tipsandtricks-hq.com/ecommerce/amazon-web-services-simple-storage-service-aws-s3-integration-1101
I created the Amazon S3 account. Created a Bucket and uploaded the ZIP file in there. I also added the identifier info (Settings > Add-On Settings).
And for the product URL I put:
as3tp://[bucket name].s3.amazonaws.com/[Zip File]
And I got this error: “Please tell us the AS3TP URI for the product was either malformed or that the AS3TP configuration is incorrect. Thank you!”
I’m using eStore v4.8.1.
The real file will be a ~95 MB ZIP archive which has a bunch of MP3s (customers pay for a music album). The file is located in a “downloads” folder at the root of the site.
I’m testing right now with just one song inside a ZIP (14.94 MB)
Hosting is by GoDaddy. WordPress v3.0.3
The size of the downloaded file is 0 bytes. I tried changing DL methods and URL Conversion Prefs and still no luck. My log show’s something like this (with no conversion):
Here’s an example of the link problem: http://www.other-records.com/wp-content/plugins/wp-cart-for-digital-products/download.php?file=2xOa%2FSMBW%2FWThKni
[12/21/2010 6:21 AM] – Status : Unresolved DL file path = [Show’s the real file location]
[12/21/2010 6:21 AM] – Status : Resolved DL file path = [Show’s the real file location]
[12/21/2010 6:21 AM] – Advisory : No DL file path conversion performed on URL.
[12/21/2010 6:21 AM] – Status : Dispatching DL method = 1
If I uncheck the ‘Downloadable’ setting, it works. But unlike some users, I’m not getting a RAM error.