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natewallis

Member Since 11 Jan 2013
Offline Last Active Nov 17 2017 04:01 AM
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#281121 Vivashop - Your Ultimate Responsive Cs-Cart Theme

Posted by natewallis on 19 July 2017 - 02:47 AM

Ok, thanks for getting back to me. 




#276396 Request For Either Zippay Or Afterpay Addon

Posted by natewallis on 03 May 2017 - 01:31 AM

Interesting.  

 

I spoke to them on the phone yesterday and they said they are currently not offering their API for custom development. 

 

They mentioned that later in the year (around November) they would have something setup. 

 

FYI, I was also advised by afterpay (even though the majority of our products are under $1000 AUD) that their average sale amount is around $150.00 and the closer that the transaction amount go to their 1K threshold, the higher the decline rate was. 

 

So even if they did have an API, I would have second thoughts as you would be at the mercy of their approval algorithm and being declined easily might have an effect on conversion rate on the checkout.  

 

Just my initial thoughts, but they may change based on your experiences.

 

 

BTW... Where have you seen documentation in regards to integration.. 




#260154 Cscart 4.4.1

Posted by natewallis on 27 September 2016 - 06:59 AM

Hi. 

 

Anyone have any more information as to when 4.4.1 would be released?  Best I could find was "this fall", but that could be anytime in the next 3 months... Was looking for a smaller date range :)

 

Cheers.. 




#239812 Redis Cache

Posted by natewallis on 11 January 2016 - 06:47 AM

Hi there, 
 
I have been using Redis for the CS-CART cache and all is going well.  However there appears to one issue that pops up every now and then and I am having a bit of difficulty solving the issue as I am not a redis expert. 
 
I have temporarily switched the caching back to 'file' cache.  
 
During one debug session, I was able to determine the cause of the issue.   The issue is the PHP script goes for over 1 minute while strpos() is called repeatedly.  Extending the max_execution_time does not solve the issue, it just takes longer for the page to crash.  
 
I have attached a screenshot of the cachegrind debug session in case that helps anyone.  It shows the functions that are called for strpos to be triggered.  
 
Anyone else experienced this issue?  This issue takes a while to appear if I flush the redis cache, but gradually creeps back in over time. 
 
Cheers, 
Nathan

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