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As you mentioned Store does not currently support recurring payments with any of the gateways. It is a bit more complicated then just adding a gateway that allows recurring subscriptions to actually have them execute in Store. Currently there isn't a way in Store to store the customers CC details or Payment Token that would allow the payment details to be ...


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I have created several sites that sell tickets to classes and the like, using Exp:resso Store. It should work fine for what you want. You would want to add each event as a "product", and you could use the product modifiers for different ticket levels if necessary (orchestra vs. balcony, etc.). If you set the modifier to use multiple SKUs you can accommodate ...


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Unfortunately at this point in time Exp:resso Store does not handle subscriptions of any kind natively. I'm needing subscriptions myself and have reached out to them for any possible help on this matter. They did explain to me that there are installations of store that are handling subscriptions however so it is possible to have store handle that function. ...


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As of Store 1.6.2 there is a {qty_in_cart} variable which allows you to do this on a per-entry basis (though not if your entries contain multiple SKUs). {exp:store:product entry_id="{entry_id}"} {qty_in_cart} {/exp:store:product}


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You need to write some custom code in the Simple Commerce module. Get the txn_type for the ipn then add a method to handle it. For an out of the box solution, check if memberr can do what you want.


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Out of the box, simple commerce (SC) works to a point. 500 error, hmm have you changed any source code? If not, your settings are wrong. Reread the documentation. Having said that, i have just completed programming of a similar project with subscriptions. The subscription side of things for SC only handles a few ipn messages. In fact, ee docs suggest you ...


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Disclaimer: I represent Exp:resso (Store). You're not able to use Matrix for product modifiers but in the vast majority of cases you wouldn't need to. Store's own modifiers matrix is fairly flexible providing a way to name your own modifiers along with optional individual or shared SKUs, optional price adjustments, and individual stock control. At present, ...


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No e-commerce modules available for EE currently come bundled with Braintree gateway plugins, but all support the development of custom gateways. So I'd choose your module based on the features you need, then tackle the Braintree gateway after.


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I asked this question earlier, and it turns out in 2.5 the delete functionality was accidentally removed according to the answer. How to delete order?


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This has been implemented in Store 1.6.4. You can now use wildcards when entering postcodes, such as AB*, and it will match all postcodes starting with AB. As well as * to match any number of characters, you can also use ? to represent any single character - for example, 123? would match 1234 and 1235, but not 12345.


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I think the member_id param only works when checking out with a subscription. So either the docs are wrong, or this is a bug. I think you'll have to use that extension to get it to work properly.


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You can't simply submit extra modifiers which weren't specified when you created the product. If you want to submit custom text fields with the product, you need to specify them in your product tag. This is known as "custom product modifiers": https://exp-resso.com/docs/product_tag.html#inputcustom_modifier_name


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As Denny has mentioned there are a few extra fields that you can pass to Stripe when you creating the token. For most sites that I have worked on the last step when the user enters their CC details usually shows the billing/shipping details as text text instead of an input as they are just confirming the details are correct. So instead of adding the fields ...


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I solved the issue in case anyone is looking for the same result. The jQuery stripeResponseHandler: Stripe.createToken({ name: $("#payment_name").val(), number: $("#payment_card_no").val(), cvc: $("#payment_card_csc").val(), exp_month: $("#payment_exp_month").val(), exp_year: $("#payment_exp_year").val(), ...


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I need multiple-domain support, some e-commerce catalog, uploading files from users and some forum feauteres in future. Is it good choice for this tasks? Yes, ExpressionEngine can do all those tasks, although for multi-domain support you will probably need the Multiple Site Manager (available for purchase separately) , and for the ecommerce you will ...


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I'd say this should be a case of thinking about what's good for your client, rather than what services you don't like. But also, you may need to know more about the client's online donations. Do they get lots of online donations with a mix of big and small options? Do they get little online donations but of larger values? Do they just get a small amount of ...


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I know it's a late reply, but does this do what you're looking for? http://www.membrr.com/


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This isn't really an EE question but it's an easy one... Use Paypal buttons. Very easy to set up, just copy/paste the code Paypal generates into a template and you're done... unless there is a specific reason you don't want to use Paypal. Your question mentions something "like paypal" but doesn't say you don't want to use Paypal.


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There is nothing like this built in, so you would need to create a shipping plugin from scratch. If you just need a one-off, and don't mind hard coding the values, you would be best to take a look at this simple example shipping plugin for Expresso Store. If you want to create a redistributable plugin with a nice interface etc, take a look at the default ...


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As far as I know Membrr is the only way to do this - however, if you know PHP/CI, you could write a custom module to do this which ties in to any of the e-commerce platforms out there. I did something similar a while ago which used Brilliant Retail and simply allowed for entries to be created and then 'paid' for which had the action of putting them live. ...


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A quick search at Devot-ee shows no auction add-ons, though it's possible that one was created and not posted there. But, I do recall their being a discussion about an Auction Module for EE awhile back and went searching in my bookmarks. The reference I found was a tutorial on how to build your first module, an Auction Module. The tutorial is done by Andrew ...


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I think this is actually possible with ANY existing e-commerce solutions (CartThrob, BrilliantRetail, Store) PLUS custom add-on. The store should be set up in a way that items would be visible, but not available for purchase until the auction is complete. The auction add-on should record all bids and change item's price. When auction is complete, the item ...


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To follow up on this using some of the logic Justin explains below I came up with a solution that also updates available shipping methods, shipping cost & order total when either shipping_country or shipping_method dropdowns are changed. http://bit.ly/16x5VOY $(document).ready(function() { $("#shipping_country,#shipping_method").change(function() { ...


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As Foamcow suggested to use "Remember Me" addon, yes it can work for it. I think, you can achieve all those with CartThrob as CartThrob is already installed at your EE setup. There wouldn't be any payment system so you should use Offline Payment option with some more settings. Now, make the checkout process as inquiry for orders. Also, you would like to ...


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Currently Store does not support recurring payments or subscriptions, it is currently a feature request so you can show your interest by voting for it. If you need something soon you have a few options you can build an extension that listens for the request from Stripe and then does something in the system. Full extension hook documentation is available ...


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At least with Store, you could do this but it will require some custom development. Out of the box with Store, each MSM site is completely separate and you can't sell items across sites. However, there are plenty of extension hooks which would let you access the items across sites, and add a site-specific mark-up to the prices.


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I have built a couple of sites that integrate EE into Magento with both Magento Enterprise and Magento Community. Basically I use EE for the part of the navigation the, left nav on CMS pages and the footer for the entire site. When you are wanting content fro the CMS you basically force a 404 error in Magento and you override the 404 controller in Magento ...


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Absolutely. Essentially all you need to add is the payment_method parameter in the checkout tag, enter in your details for the payment gateway via the Control Panel and you're ready to start accepting payments. In practice, the exact customer journey is completely up to you however. You may wish to design a one-page checkout or you may have various options ...


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You'll need to use the multi_add_to_cart_form. Assuming that the price modifier for your colors is called "product_color" your form would look something like this: {exp:channel:entries channel="products"} {exp:cartthrob:multi_add_to_cart_form return="TEMPLATE_GROUP/TEMPLATE"} Product name: {title} Price: {product_price}<br /> ...


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If I'm understanding correctly, you're trying to set up those color swatches to be a clickable way to set an item option. I'm assuming that your Matrix field is named "binding". Here is some code that will hopefully help you out. It uses a simple jquery click event to set the value of a text field that will be submitted when you add the product to your cart....


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