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October 29th, 2004, 09:39 AM #1
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- January 17th, 2005
I have given up with their so called "support".. it may as well be non-existent.. I have a simple issue that would probably take a normal supprt team a few minutes to solve, but it had been 2 weeks since I last spoke to them about it since I lodged my first support ticket & since then it has been almost another 2 weeks & heard nothing back.
So, if anyone here can possibly help me out if they have experienced this issue before themselves maybe?
This was my orginal email to 2checkout:
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I did a test signup to see how the passback variables worked & had my account
in test mode & all that but was wondering exactly how the passback variables
get passed back to my script on my site when the page that sends the user back
to my site is just a text link & the page doesn't contain any POST variables
at all... however the page beforehand does.
Also, where is the "key" passback variable located (that uses the MD5 hash) as
I didn't spot that either & if that variable is located in the page source
somewhere.... what's stopping someone from just copying all those page
variables including the generated key variable & then posting them to my
script from their own form they setup?
So basically the problem is when I ran the test signup/purchase the link that directs the user back to my site is just a text link & hence can't pass back any POSTed variables for my script to work with.
Would very much appreciate any help here!
October 29th, 2004, 12:36 PM #2
this is a subject better brought up in the 2checkout forum...
that's my2cents, 'cuz I'm a legend in my own mind....
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