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Hey gang... a simple question, couldn't find the answer!

Knowledge Base Lobby : uShop Support Conference : General Questions
Dec-16-17 02:06 AM EST
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Hey gang... a simple question, couldn't find the answer!
Author kachurak on 09-13-2000 at 21:55 (EST)
Bill or Charlie,

Sorry to do this, remember reading it somewhere, but can't seem to find it now, sorry.

I have received several orders over the past few days on my site. I use uShop 3.0 and have no problem with the order reader. My question is this though:

When I access the order directory, I see 2 types of documents; *.order and *.tmp? Now, I can obviously figure out the *.order part because I can match the numbers of the file with the orders I've received. BUT, as for the *.tmp files?, does this mean that the person never finished actually ordering or ??

Your answer is appreciated as always, keep up the fantastic work!

Matt Kachurak
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  RE: Hey gang... a simple question, couldn't find the answer! Bill Weiner, 2000-09-14 07:49:55 (1)
            Thanks Bill kachurak, 2000-09-14 19:19:28 (2)

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         1. RE: Hey gang... a simple question, couldn't find the answer!
        Author Bill Weiner on 09-14-2000 at 07:49 (EST)
You are correct. Those .tmp files mean that someone started to place an order, but never finished for some reason.
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                 2. Thanks Bill
                Author kachurak on 09-14-2000 at 19:19 (EST)
I figured that was the case...thanks again!
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