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  1. My issue is that I run on IIS, so I had to configure this in my web.config
  2. That worked!!! Now I just have to figure out how to send the right fields to the gateway. I hope I won't have to come begging for help with that. Many thanks. PS: Now that I look at it, I think as long as I use the right API Login ID in Cubecart, it should work (I hope!).
  3. Under Manage Extensions, I have installed Authorize.net Gateway (SIM) installed. It works great for accepting credit cards. [Note: I know this is deprecated in favor of Authorize.net Accept Hosted]. Anyway, I would like to have a 2nd copy of this extension appear on my Checkout page so that I can separate e-Checks from Credit Cards. One extension would be Priority 1 with the Description an image of a credit card, and the other would be Priority 2 with the Description an image of a check. Is this possible? I just need a way for the Gateway to know whether a user will be entering ACH numbers or credit card numbers.
  4. While I am probably able to write the code, I would feel much better with a plugin. Do ACH transactions typically use a Gateway? Or is it just that some platforms included it as an all-in-one solution?
  5. I have a Cubecart shopping cart that works great for processing credit card transactions using the Authorize.net extension. I would like to start accepting e-Checks or ACH payments as well but I am unsure how to accomplish this. I know that e-checks and ACH are different, but I just don't know how to integrate them with my cart. I also don't know if I have to run these payments through my bank, my credit card merchant account, some other entity or the gateway itself. Everything I've read assumes I already know the ins and outs of such payments and how they work together, but it's all very confusing to me. I would be ecstatic to learn how to start accepting such payments and integrate them with Cubecart. Thanks, Steve
  6. I think I've fixed it: <match url="^cubecart/(.*)\.html?$" /> should actually be <match url="^cubecart/(.*\.html?)$" /> I'm not fully convinced of this, but it seems to work so far...
  7. Hi Bill, I have the same problem but I cannot change my ISP's IIS server, much less its URLRewrite Module (whatever that is). Would you let me know how to get my Cubecart installation to read .htaccess? Do I need to create a web.config? Or something else? Many thanks for any help, Steve Apparently I battled this same exact problem 3 years ago: https://disqus.com/home/discussion/cubecartknowledgebase/iis_rewrite_rules_to_prevent_page_not_found_errors_powered_by_kayako_help_desk_software/?utm_source=reply&utm_medium=email&utm_content=read_more#comment-3643669502 Only now, my web.config doesn't seem to be read (maybe because it's in a parent directory?): <!--This is for Cubecart!!!--> <system.webServer> <httpErrors errorMode="Detailed"/> <rewrite> <rules> <rule name="rule 1R" stopProcessing="true"> <match url="^cubecart/(.*)\.html?$" /> <action type="Rewrite" url="/cubecart/index.php?seo_path={R:1}" appendQueryString="true" /> </rule> </rules> </rewrite> </system.webServer> Please let me know how to "hook this up" to my new cubecart installation.
  8. While this seems to be the problem, my previous CubeCart installation, 6.1.13 seemed to read the file just fine. Or at least didn't fail. Maybe the SEO functionality was missing in the earlier version I was running. But now I have to contact my ISP to hack up IIS and I know that this will take at least a week for them to do, especially since I'm not all that clear on how rewrite rules work myself.
  9. Very sorry to hear about the earthquake @Nebojsa. It makes our installation problems seem very small. I still have the problem, but it seems that my installation is not reading .htaccess at all on my Windows server. It seems that it doesn't matter how I change .htaccess, the changes are ignored. I even changed the 404 error in the code to throw different errors just to see if anything changed, and it didn't.
  10. I just upgraded from Cubecart 6.1.13 to 6.4.2. Progress was slow but steady. When everything was in place, I tested out the shopping cart and every category (or document) I click on gives a 404 error. Everything points to the mappings in the .htaccess file because this link https://fitpacking.com/cubecart/trips.html gives me an error, but this one works fine: https://fitpacking.com/cubecart/index.php?seo_path=trips.html. It seems that this line in .htaccess does the translation: RewriteRule ^(.*)\.html?$ index.php?seo_path=$1 [L,QSA] But no matter what I do to .htaccess nor how I change it, it does not seem to affect anything at all. Is there some config or ini file in which you specify .htaccess? I have attached the file although I think it's not getting read in at all (yes, it's in my CubeCart root directory). .htaccess
  11. I am having the exact same problem with 404 when I click on any category, page or item. I tried changing the line in .htaccess but it didn't work. Any other ideas? Thanks, Steve
  12. SemperFi contacted me and said that all the Token does is extract a folder from the Zip file (which I am able to download) and place it in the /modules/plugins directory. Once I did that, I could configure the extension. They also said that the Token was something they had no control over. But the workaround worked well.
  13. I just purchased Google Tag Manager Extension but am unable to get the Token to work in Manage Extensions. I get "Error: Token was not recognised or has expired" I sent a message to SemperFi, but figured I'd ask here as well. Any ideas?
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