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ocPortal has been relaunched as Composr CMS, which is now in beta. ocPortal 9 will be superseded by Composr 10.

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...How do you use?

Greetings,

Before I finish thinking to use OCF than SMF, that E-Commerce subscription has me stomped. My plan of to finance my website to better improve it (Pretty much any "profits" would go to anything related to improving it because I don't really need money for about four more years till I finish my studies) is to use Advertisement Revenues from a European advertising company that pays with MoneyBrookers(?), and to have a subscription (if not a premium point shop) via PayPal. I stomped when I create a subscription, and when I try to find it and how this works. I can't find it… I go to my Personal Zone, and click "My Subscriptions" and here's no entries… :( How does this work exactly and yes I've read your documentations as usual now. ;) Is it not used as planned, or what?

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Kevin
 

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Make sure this bug fix is applied:
ocPortal - Entry: Usergroup subscription does not work
In the Admin Zone, go to Setup, go to eCommerce, and choose to add a usergroup subscription.
Add site:purchase to your menu (for example). When users go there they'll see your usergroup subscription as a purchase choice. They'll go through, Pay via PayPal, and then their usergroup will be switched as per the usergroup subscription you defined.
Their subscription will show up in the site:subscriptions screen you've already seen.



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Ah,

Well, now I think I have to reinstall ocPortal due to I've already am using SMF as the forum driver, and as of now do not know how to succesfully do so. I don't need any (that I know of) importation (as there isn't one anways) as the SMF is just a "fresh" install. I'm not an expert… at all, and I looked in the Basic Config and as I said, there isn't an importer for SMF 1.x.x. There is an upcoming SMF 2.0 by the way…

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If you poke around this forum you'll see there's an untested way for SMF to work with the eCommerce.


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 – Late Update: I'm going to use OCF I guess. :thumbs: But, I'm trying to find a decent PHP programmer that would try and customize OCF, and be able to teach me what and how you do it, but first, I need some cash (USD). :)
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