|.class files don't load|
|.class files don't load|
Author Brian on 11-03-1999 at 15:17 (EST)
|Seems edmund and I have the same problem. I have looked at his site and has made no dif. The thing that is driving me nuts is that they all once worked. When I entered the personal information into the form and submitted I received a message that I needed to add items to the cart-had one in it. I then found out that I had to use the ordercgibutton.class for my setup. I added this to the bottom of my shoppingcart.html and this is when my problems started. Now none of my ushopinputstandard applets load in this directory.|
Any help greatly appreciated.
|Messages In This Discussion|
| 1. Class Files not loading|
Author Charlie Edmunds on 11-03-1999 at 19:36 (EST)
take a look at the documentation below. It has a lot of good info for handling class files. The problem you are describing is almost always caused by how the class files are referenced. I was unable to get your site to come up. Are you using the codebase parameter? All your applets should have the class file location referenced the same way.
Read over this materail and see if it helps you. If not post again and let me look at your pages.
Microburst Technologies, Inc.
| 3. I received a message|
Author Brian on 11-04-1999 at 15:38 (EST)
This message is exactly what I am dealing with right now. The ordercgibutton.class is included in both trial and full versions. If for some reason you don't have try downloading another copy of the zip file. The reason we got the add items to the cart message is that (as I understand it) is that we are both setup with our html pages on the public server and running our script through our secure servers; https://www.etc.com. In order to do this we must use the uShopOrderButton.class file to transfer the unsecured shopping cart information to the secure server. This file needs to be placed on the form you are using as your shopping cart.
Hope this helps.
| 5. uShopOrderButton.class|
Author Sommay on 11-04-1999 at 18:26 (EST)
|Brain and Charlie, Thanks for your responce. I am lost still! I'm not run anything on secure server at this time, I really dont understand what you mean! I'm not sure where and how to put uShopOrderButton.|
Brain can I have your URL so I can look in View Source. Oh what is https://www.etc.com
| 6. uShoporderButton.class|
Author Brian on 11-04-1999 at 18:47 (EST)
This is my url for a product on my site. When you get here you will see an ftp type page with three links, classes, images, and produc~1. You may browse as you see fit. https://www.etc.com is am example only. Purchases on-line should only be done in a secure manner. Anything else will asking for trouble if the information is intercepted. For instance my public and secure servers are actually the same machine. To reach the url I gave you above in a secure fashion would be https://www.olywa.net/elitemall/chocolate. Olywa.net is my server and my transaction is secured using their certificate. I haven't looked into the smtp .class files yet but you may want to and see if this will fill your order processing needs if you don't want to use the https: method.
Sorry for any confussion.
| 4. class files not loading|
Author Brian on 11-04-1999 at 15:48 (EST)
Thanks for your responce. Seems that I put one to many s' on the url that I left you yesterday, sorry. Anyway, the problem seems to be on my computer not the cart. Next issue however, is that the ushop_cgisript.pl is not working for me. My server (NT4 with IIS4 and Activestate newest perl)does not require that I specify the path to perl. I have been to the trouble shooting page, faq, user manual, and now here. I get a eneric server error message when I try to access the .pl file. I am fairly certain that the information I supplied for it is correct. If I specify a path to perl in this program and it is not reqired will this cause an error. If it will how do I comment it out or can I simply delete it. Any other ideas most welcome.