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In Topic: Meet Cs-Cart And Multi-Vendor 4.7.4 With Gdpr Support

17 May 2018 - 02:38 PM

There're currently several ways to get the GDPR add-on


Thanks for the response anyway!


- Smich

In Topic: Meet Cs-Cart And Multi-Vendor 4.7.4 With Gdpr Support

17 May 2018 - 01:02 PM

Just to clarify, it appears that the only two ways to get the official GDPR addon is to:-


- Upgrade to the latest version, or

- Pay CS-Cart themselves to adapt and install it for us?


There doesn't appear to be any separate/free download. My boss seemed to think there was, but I think he misinterpreted what was said.


(I know there's a also third party "improved" GDPR addon).




- Smich

In Topic: 4.7.1 -- Cli Patch?

02 February 2018 - 11:31 AM

Yes, you are right


Thank you for the reply.

In Topic: 4.7.1 -- Cli Patch?

02 February 2018 - 11:07 AM

So- if I understand correctly, this was an inadvertant regression with 4.7.x?


And the purpose of the 4.7.1.SP2 -> 4.7.1.SP3 upgrade is to restore the recommended upgrade described here?


  • Go to the app/Tygh directory of your CS-Cart or Multi-Vendor installation and find the file called Bootstrap.php.
  • Find the following line in that file:
    if (empty($server['REQUEST_METHOD'])) {
  • Replace it with the following line and save your changes:
    if (PHP_SAPI === 'cli') {

Does this mean that 4.7.1.SP2 would be safe if the change was made manually (as described above), then?


- Smich

In Topic: 4.4.1 Install Broken

29 November 2017 - 12:14 PM

An old thread,but replying here because we're currently upgrading after a delay and ran into problems with 4.4.1)


Note that windows is not officially supported 




This is incorrect. As we noted in our reply, the only actual requirements were for specific versions of PHP and MySQL. Everything else was a "recommendation" only:-


"We recommend [my emphasis] a Unix-like operating system for your server, such as FreeBSD, Linux, or OS X. These systems are scalable, more secure, and offer better performance. [..] CS-Cart is compatible with almost every server that supports PHP and MySQL. However, we recommend [my emphasis again] Apache or Nginx as the most robust and stable servers for your web store."


This was the case when that comment was originally made (4.3.x IIRC), when 4.4.1 came out, and still applies to 4.6.x.


If Windows "isn't (officially) supported"- or at least can't be assumed to work- this should be stated explicitly. I appreciate that Apache, Linux et al are better choices (hence "recommended"), but that's not the same as a requirement.


I'm assuming the problem in this case was caused by a (lack of) testing issue.


Edit; at any rate, Martfox's solution appears to work. Thank you.