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In Topic: CS CART V 1.3.5 will it be compatible with Apache and PHP version...

31 May 2013 - 11:38 AM

Hi Dan. I'm not sure where to find the apache version but I am using CS-Cart 1.3.5 with PHP version 5.2.17 with no problems.

In Topic: Ultra slow product display.

07 May 2013 - 09:55 AM

It's fairly fast (around two seconds) for me in Australia.

In Topic: Product export wont export

20 April 2013 - 11:35 AM

I have around 70,000 products and also find I can only export one field at a time if I want to export my whole product list, so I just do, for example, three separate exports and then combine the separate files into one (I use comma as the delimiter, which makes it easier). If the fields you are exporting don't contain much information, you may be able to export two fields at a time. It does take some time for each export file to be ready though.

In Topic: mysql version compadible to 1.3.5

04 April 2013 - 08:51 PM

I am successfully running version 1.3.5 with MySQL version 5.1.68.

In Topic: Shipping by Postcode

02 December 2012 - 06:43 AM

Come to think of it.. perhaps, for the benefit of other Ozzy CScart users .. is someone willing to post/upload the text lists for each of the Australia Post zones (eg N1, GF, WG ... AAT)?

Go to the Australia Post "Find a Postcode" page. There is a link that says "Our postcode data is available to download for non-commercial use". Click and fill in the form to receive the email with the link to download the data. This will give you an Excel file. Sort the Excel file by Parcel Zone. Delete all columns except the Parcel Zone column and the Postcode column. Filter the list to remove duplicate postcodes. You can then copy and paste the relevant postcodes when setting up the locations. No need for wildcards or ranges. Every single postcode is included separately and there are 16 zones.

If setting up your own postage for a freight company, they also have similar zones and most can provide a list similar to the Australia Post list.