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Knowledge Base Lobby : uShop Support Conference : Problems with trying to Place Orders
Dec-16-17 12:33 AM EST
Original Message
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Author brad g on 07-13-2000 at 11:02 (EST)
ok for once i had my whole system working, running iis 5.0, active perl, and blat email.
then yesterday while trying to build my site using the class doc. and all the other files from ushop it stopped working. i don't get email and my customers don't get email i am currently using the blat cgi/perl script for my system. i was planning to upgrade and buy the full version for more applets but at this point i have spent to much time setting up and testing to make sure it works. this is my last try if this is a no go, the ushop idea is out the window.
thanks,
brad g
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  RE: last try Bill Weiner, 2000-07-13 13:12:07 (1)
            re: last try brad g, 2000-07-13 15:02:01 (2)
                 RE: last try Bill Weiner, 2000-07-14 05:29:39 (3)
                      similiar problem for me EmporerEJ, 2000-11-16 03:06:56 (4)
                           RE: similiar problem for me Bill Weiner, 2000-11-16 07:59:05 (5)

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         1. RE: last try
        Author Bill Weiner on 07-13-2000 at 13:12 (EST)
It sounds like most of your time has been spent setting up your NT Web Server, installing Perl on it, and configuring your email client. Since you are running your own server, you would have had to do that with any shopping cart software you decided to use.

In regard to your site working fine yesterday, and then suddenly stopping today..... Software will not suddenly stop working. You must have changed something. I would suggest re-tracing your steps to see what you changed that would cause your email to stop working.
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                 2. re: last try
                Author brad g on 07-13-2000 at 15:02 (EST)
it just doesn't seem right that my system would work my customers get email i get email, but i goto build my html pages and then boom all of a sudden i lose email???? i dunno sounds kinda weird to me. i have deleted, reinstalled all original files, reinstalled blat, setup up all permissions, my orders are still written and no emial is still delivered.
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                         3. RE: last try
                        Author Bill Weiner on 07-14-2000 at 05:29 (EST)
Class files (applets) are not executed on your server but rather executed locally on each visitor's browser. As far as the server is concerned, class files get served just like any standard html page or gif.
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                                 4. similiar problem for me
                                Author EmporerEJ on 11-16-2000 at 03:06 (EST)
All works good so far (Haven't tackled affiliate yet) but no email. Proccesses orders, makes a revcord, no email sent. Getting frustrated.
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                                         5. RE: similiar problem for me
                                        Author Bill Weiner on 11-16-2000 at 07:59 (EST)
If you have a Windows server and the built-in SOCKETS and BLAT email options are not working..... then I would suggest submitting a support request (if you have a license number) or just sending an email to support@uburst.com (if you are using one of the trial versions). We have versions of the uShop scripts that use of various other email techniques for various servers/mail programs.
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