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Data Validation Error

Knowledge Base Lobby : uShop Support Conference : General Questions
Jul-22-18 04:31 AM EST
Original Message
Data Validation Error
Author schwab ralf on 09-15-2000 at 16:58 (EST)
Hello again,

does anybody knows what the following
error-message means ? (At the Order-Process)

Data Validation Error

An error has been detected while validating data.

With best regards

schwab ralf


Table Of Contents
  RE: Data Validation Error Bill Weiner, 2000-09-18 05:51:29 (1)
            Validation error schwab ralf, 2000-09-18 06:44:01 (2)
                 RE: Validation error Bill Weiner, 2000-09-19 11:14:56 (3)

Messages In This Discussion
         1. RE: Data Validation Error
        Author Bill Weiner on 09-18-2000 at 05:51 (EST)
That's interesting. Another question was posted in regard to that error message here:

Give me the URL and I will investigate it.

                 2. Validation error
                Author schwab ralf on 09-18-2000 at 06:44 (EST)
Hello Mr. Weiner,

thanks for the quick reply.
the validation error occures only sometimes
not at every order process.
if you want have a look at our site:
Please note, that i have installed at
the moment only the GERMAN Version of
Ushop, on the International Site of our project,
i use ushop 2.x, so look at the german site
thank you verry much

with best regards

schwab ralf
                         3. RE: Validation error
                        Author Bill Weiner on 09-19-2000 at 11:14 (EST)
That data validation error occurs when the checksum calculated on uShop's Java-side doesn't equal the checksum calculated on uShop's CGI-side.

What is interesting is that it appears the error is being caused by the "display_cart.html" page being displayed in UNICODE encoding instead of the Standard Western European encoding. ... And I believe this through off the checksum.

We will do some more investigating ourselves and then will release an update if necessary... but in the mean time, below are some instructions on how to disable that checksum-checking ... since it really isn't needed anyway:

Step 1. Open the file with any text editor such as Word Pad or NotePad.

Step 2. Do a search on the following line:


(There will be one occurrance of that line).

Step 3. Comment out that line by placing a "#" sign in front of it, like this:


Step 4. Save the file (as TEXT if your editor asks) and then try it out!

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