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"tmp to order?"
Posted by M Ulm on Aug-23-02 at 07:45 PM (EST)
Is there a easy way to convert a tmp file to an order file and have its order show up in the log files.
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RE: tmp to order?, Bill Weiner, Aug-26-02, (1)

 

 
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1 . "RE: tmp to order?"
Posted by Bill Weiner on Aug-26-02 at 03:53 AM (EST)
The conversion of a ".tmp" file to an ".order" file is handled by the "complete_order" subroutine in the ushop.pl file. Depending on the payment method, that "complete_order" subroutine will read the ".tmp" file, add some order processing codes, and then re-write the ".tmp" file as an order file. So depending on what you are trying to do... that's the subroutine you should look at.

If you are just talking about manually converting a ".tmp" file to a ".order" file so that you can view the ".tmp" file in the uShop order reader, then you can just manually rename the ".tmp" file to ".order" and it should show up fine in the uShop Order Reader (except it won't have any order processing codes).

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