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eCommerce - Exporting Orders

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#58870 (In Topic #12837)

Community saint

You guys are going to get tired of hearing from me.

Let me start of by saying i love the eCommerce capabilities. That is why I am going through trying to ensure it is all working.

I just tried to export an orders list and got the following error:

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I would not worry about it to much except that I am taking in an order for someone else on the site so I have to send them the details to fulfill the order.

A suggestion for a future update would be on a per item basis to have an email field that if filled in would send the details of the order to that address. That way if you are processing an order for something that you are not actually filling that info could be sent to the person that is filling that item. It would not need to send any secure info like the credit card as that is all taken care of through paypal securely. Just a thought...

Rick Henson

OCP 4.3.2 & 5.0.1
PHP 5.2.5
MySQL 5.0.51a
FireFox 3.6.8
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Thanks, bug fix…

» Download: admin_orders.php (23 Kb, 123 downloads so far)

W.r.t. to your comment, many e-mail services allow forwarding emails based upon content, so possible something can be knocked up to do it as things currently stand.

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