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Re: Warning Shipping Method Required

UPDATE (for the benefit of anyone with similar problems, that ends up reading this): OSWorX has very kindly spent the last few days trying to help me get to the bottom of this problem. Working together, he was able to show that the checkout shipping error was being triggered because the session var...

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  • Wed Sep 28, 2016 7:30 pm
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Re: Warning Shipping Method Required

Using the release candidate was just out of interest, after hours of trying to get 2.3.0.2 to work, to see if it made a difference, which it did. It was not a mistake. I assume that with all your experience of OC, as you haven't queried anything I've listed above, that this is not, in your opinion, ...

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  • Mon Sep 26, 2016 3:53 am
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Re: Warning Shipping Method Required

Thank you OSWorX for responding - much appreciated. I have spent many more hours on this today, repeating clean instals and different config settings, finally doing exactly the following (we have our own servers which are currently happily serving many other apps including older versions of OC): 1. ...

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  • Sun Sep 25, 2016 11:30 pm
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Re: Warning Shipping Method Required

To clarify the issue with a clean install of 2.3.0.2: Checking out as a guest works fine. Checking out as a previously registered account holder works fine. Checking out and registering an account at the same time results in "Warning: Shipping method required!" regardless of the shipping option sele...

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  • Sun Sep 25, 2016 7:13 pm
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Re: Warning Shipping Method Required

I have just updated a site from 2.0.3.1 to 2.3.0.2 and when checking out as a registered user, cannot get past the Delivery Method stage. No matter what is selected, I get "Warning: Shipping method required!" I spent hours checking settings, different shipping methods, googling old issues to do with...

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  • Sun Sep 25, 2016 6:37 pm
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Re: error_filetype

Thanks for posting the link, which has enabled me to fix this bug on my install :)

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  • Thu Apr 17, 2014 6:43 pm
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Re: Upgrades - it must be easier than this, yes?

I've used Macs since the 80s and love them to bits (no pun intended) but alas this is one OS action that is a flaw IMHO. This is why, in all these years, I did not realise that my RHEL servers acted in any other way until now. http://www.456bereastreet.com/archive/201102/merging_directories_folders_...

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  • Thu Apr 17, 2014 4:59 am
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Re: Upgrades - it must be easier than this, yes?

Thanks for replying :) This is the bit I'm not ofay with. I have always assumed that one directory would simply override another (as on a Mac) but it seems that this is a basic misunderstanding that has stayed with me for many years! It seems from what you're saying that the contents of a directory ...

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  • Thu Apr 17, 2014 12:56 am
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Upgrades - it must be easier than this, yes?

Hi, I'm new to opencart but not web applications or servers. I've just finished a long process of theming and kitting out two 1.5.6 shops with bespoke branding and lots of extensions etc. and was about to put them both live, when I noticed that the latest version of opencart is 1.5.6.3. I kinda assu...

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Can OP tables be safely converted to InnoDB?

Disregarding the pros and cons of MyISAM v InnoDB as argued to death and beyond in topic 24939, I would like to run opencart on a server cluster managed by Percona XtraDB Cluster, which will not replicate MyISAM tables. I know from experience that in some circumstances changing a DB engine from MyIS...

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  • Thu Dec 19, 2013 7:39 am
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Safe to switch to InnoDB?

Disregarding the pros and cons of MyISAM v InnoDB as argued to death and beyond in topic 24939, I would like to run opencart on a server cluster managed by Percona XtraDB Cluster, which will not replicate MyISAM tables. I know from experience that in some circumstances changing a DB engine from MyIS...

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