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"I will take any help!"

Posted by ray [ray@dayspringpens.com] on at 01:55 PM
I am upgrading to 3.0 from 2.x, and get now the issue is that the cart applets will not display live, only locally. Other applets work fine!

I have tried the force of the full path to no avail.

test site is:
www.engravedpens.com/11/order.htm


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"applets not being displayed."
Posted by ronharter [rgharter@pacbell.net] on at 02:58 PM
Hi,
It looks like your codebase is set to classes/ instead of ../classes/ also I noticed that some of the places where there should be < > symbols there is
& lt; and & gt; I have had that happen when you copy the applets from an html page.

Hope that helps you out

Ron Harter


"RE: I will take any help!"
Posted by Bill Weiner on at 06:37 AM
I also noticed in the Java Console that you are getting the following error message:

java.lang.ClassFormatError: Illegal constant pool type

That error is a pretty good indication that an error occurred while transferring the class files to your server.... most likely due to transfering the class files in "ASCII" or "TEXT" mode. I would suggest deleting and then re-transferring all of the class files to your server again... and when transferring the class files, be sure to use "BINARY" or "RAW" transfer mode.


"thanks"
Posted by ray [ray@dayspringpens.com] on at 10:37 AM
I think I had the transfer mode backwards! That took care of most of the problems.

I am all the way to the checkout page now, and it sends me to a login screen.... test it and you will see.

Any tips will be appreciated!

Ray


"RE: thanks"
Posted by Bill Weiner on at 11:33 AM
As described in more detail in your support request, be sure keep the HTML

That is, don't let your HTML editor change that to lower-case because uShop will try to do a case-sensative search to locate that special HTML tag.


"RE: thanks"
Posted by Bill Weiner on at 11:46 AM
As described in more detail in your support request, be sure keep the HTML < FORM > tag in all-caps, such as:

< FORM >

That is, don't let your HTML editor change that to lower-case because uShop will try to do a case-sensative search to locate that special HTML tag.