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Hurrah! That was it. Thank you! I always check that box when I setup a cart, and so naturally assumed the other person did also. Apparently not. Thank you!
UPDATE: I just tried this with using PayPal as the payment processor. The “ipn_handle_debug.log” processed everything fine (the payment went through, I received the product email, etc.). When it kicked over to the “subscription_handle_debug.log”, the same error was posted:
FAILURE :Member signup email sending failed
Is there something I’m missing? The integration with WishList is fine, since the temp registrations are being created correctly. But I’m wondering if I have a piece somewhere that’s not quite right. It’s not the WordPress email system, since the product emails are being sent without a hitch. And it’s not a bug in eStore itself since I just used this same build for a different client (I’ve been recommending the software to everyone I can!) and her’s is working just fine. Puzzling!
~RAugust 11, 2011 at 4:05 pm in reply to: How to integrate eStore shortcodes in HTML sales pages? #34214
the initial page and eStore were on the same domain. I’d added the HTML code for the button, but it doesn’t capture and pass on the affiliate information. Once I switched to the actual short code, the affiliate info was passed through. I’d done HTML ’cause I’d forgotten about the option to add a different “buy button” image through the product. So that worked for me.
Sounds good, thanks! That’s what I’ll do…
~RAugust 10, 2011 at 12:50 pm in reply to: Clicks are showing, but not sales (PayPal/WP-Affiliate) #35328
Sorry for the delay… we went another route for the launch, and I’m only now able to test. I created a test product for $0.01, integrated it with WishList and did the transaction with debug enabled. Here’s the failure from the log file:
[08/09/2011 10:46 PM] – FAILURE :Member signup email sending failed
That’s the issue, somehow the email isn’t getting sent. I’m getting the product email as stated above, although it’s blank instead of sharing the product specific details I have in the product.
Using version 5.6.4
~RAugust 9, 2011 at 9:45 pm in reply to: Clicks are showing, but not sales (PayPal/WP-Affiliate) #35326
UPDATE: I went ahead and moved the Affiliate Plugin from my root domain to my subdomain (through PhP Admin in my cPanel, per your advice in a different thread), did a test and it worked perfectly!
Now, to get the affiliates to be able to login to their backend at http://mydomain.com/affiliates, I’ll have to do a cPanel redirect, right?August 9, 2011 at 2:28 pm in reply to: Clicks are showing, but not sales (PayPal/WP-Affiliate) #35325
No, the redirect page is one on the subdomain. That’s probably the issue, eh? There was some quick setup done when we originally installed eStore and Affiliate, so we may have a faulty setup (ie: domains and subdomains and trying to work with both). eStore and all the sales pages are on the subdomain, the affiliate plugin is on the root domain.
Would it make more sense to move the affiliate plugin to the subdomain? Can I export all the affiliates and their data? I would probably have to create a redirect for http://mydomain.com/affiliates to direct to http://mydomain.com/subdomain/affiliates, right?
Is there a simpler way to streamline this, or is that the best solution?
Thanks for your assistance!
Have you had any luck? I saw several posts on the gallery comments with this same question and no answers as yet. I’ve tried a couple different things, to no avail. I’d be willing to tweak the NextGen search plugin to display shortcodes if I knew what the code was, lol. I’ll go post over on NextGen’s site as well…
Update: I noticed that when someone purchases through authorize.net, it creates the temporary registration for them, but doesn’t send out the email with the link to complete. So the integration is partially working…. ~R
So does the WishList Integration only work when someone pays via PayPal? My client is using the Authorize.net plugin to allow members to purchase access via Authorize.net. The payments are going through just fine, but the followup email isn’t coming through. Do I need to just share the registration link in the product information? That’s what I’m doing now, but would love to hear of a better way!
~RJuly 13, 2011 at 5:20 pm in reply to: How to integrate eStore shortcodes in HTML sales pages? #34212
Hi! I’ve done that too and it works great. The only problem is that it doesn’t track affiliate sales through the WP-affiliate platform. Just FYI!
Thanks for your reply! The test product is still in the database, but I might have edited it a bit in between the actual purchase and the attempt to charge the recurring payment. That shouldn’t matter, right? Hmm… I’ll recreate the test product from scratch and try again.
As for the https://support.tipsandtricks-hq.com/forums/topic/what-to-do-if-the-debug-file-is-empty post, I’ve gone over it several times and tried all the steps to no avail. Even when I see that the PayPal part works, the debug file is still empty. I’ll start back and square one and try it all again. I’ve gone over it so much, that I might have missed something somewhere!
I’ll post back once I’ve re-tested. Thanks!
Would love to know when this has been added! Thanks so much!