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"Expiration Dates in 2.0"
Posted by Bill on Aug-08-00 at 08:20 AM (EST)
When a customer selects the expiration date for their credit card and it's in the year 2003, the order posts it as 2006. Also, what happens when people get credit cards with the expiration date beyond 2006? Do I have to upgrade to 3.0? Or is there a way to add new years to the expiration field?
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RE: Expiration Dates in 2.0, Bill Weiner, Aug-08-00, (1)
Expiration Dates, ronharter, Aug-08-00, (2)

 

 
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1 . "RE: Expiration Dates in 2.0"
Posted by Bill Weiner on Aug-08-00 at 02:02 PM (EST)
In uShop 2.0, the expiration dates that are listed in the credit card expiration menu are determined based on the current date + six years....so no, you won't have to upgrade because of that.

As for the customer selecting a date of 2003 but it appearing in the order file as 2006.... are you sure about that?

Q1) Are you consistently seeing the problem?

Q2) What type of computer are you using?

Q3) What type of browser are you using?

Q4) Give me the URL and I will check it out.

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2 . "Expiration Dates"
Posted by ronharter on Aug-08-00 at 08:41 PM (EST)
This usually works well and I have been using it for almost a year.

I recently had a similar problem where the customer couldn't select a date before 2027. It only happened once that day, all of the other orders came in correctly. It was placed on 7-31-00 from Hawaii. I didn't ask the customer what system or browser he was using as he put the correct expiration date in the comment field.

Bill Weiner,
I deleted the file from the server but have a fax that I sent to the warehouse. If you would like a copy of it let me know and I will fax it to you.
You can email me and give me your fax number.
Ron Harter

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