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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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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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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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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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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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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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As well as posting an item_qty of -1 (as Jeremy mentioned), you are also able to override the quantity of an item in the cart. Instead of submitting an item_qty field, use update_qty. So you could use a hidden field to explicitly set the quantity of a particular item to 0: <input type="hidden" name="update_qty" value="0" />


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I'm not sure if there's an officially supported way to do this, however I just ran a little experiment on a Store set I'm working on right now. If you set the quantity to -1 and add the item to the cart again, it'll reduce the quantity in the cart. So you could use some JavaScript to modify the value of your quantity hidden field and submit the same form ...


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Recently Viewed Products As far as I'm aware neither platform does this directly, but because both store product information in ExpressionEngine channels you could use a plugin such as http://devot-ee.com/add-ons/recently-viewed-entries to achieve this. Product search filter & Powerful site search for searching content as well as products again with ...


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You can use this SQL with the query module: SELECT exp_channel_titles.*, COUNT(row_id) AS popularity FROM exp_channel_titles LEFT JOIN exp_cartthrob_order_items ON exp_channel_titles.entry_id = exp_cartthrob_order_items.entry_id WHERE channel_id = 1 #this is your products channel id GROUP BY exp_channel_titles.entry_id ORDER BY popularity DESC; This will ...


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I've been using DataGrab for the same thing. As of the current version, only Store 1 is supported, however, it's fairly easy to modify the Store datatype to support Store 2. Once you set up the import in DataGrab, it provides you a URL which you can hit with cron to regularly import updates.


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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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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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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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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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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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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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The short answer is no this is not really possible unless you are using MSM or heavily modify the core. This is based upon member groups so someone that is a super admin or has similar privileges should be able to manage the Store settings. Since each store would need to be a MSM site this is not an issue just make sure that each store owner only has ...


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The shopping Cart add-on Cartthrob can do this, and possibly the other e-commerce add-ons such as store or BrilliantRetail too (but i haven't checked). All you do on the checkout page is add a file upload field. See this docs page that shows you can do that - http://cartthrob.com/docs/tags_detail/add_to_cart_form/ Everything else you have asked to do is ...


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When the store_order_recalculate_end hook is fired, all calculations have already taken place. See picture. So you need to calculate and set the order_total yourself.


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The answer below is correct for every version but 2.5.0. In 2.5.1 the checkbox is on the left and you can delete entries. The checkboxes were accidentally removed in version 2.5.0.


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Answer to part 1) of the question: Thanks to Positlux's suggestion, I have confirmed via past Mighty Big Robot tweets that they by policy provide no email address for pre- or post-sale support. They want you to tweet them. After three tries, (one tweet a day over the past three days) I have learned that CartThrob Lite is not available, but they hope to make ...


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AD.#1 - Well, both have own pros and cons. Pros of Expresso Store is their documentation and support. Cons - some modules/options available in CartThrob are not available here (weight per SKU, gift registry) AD.#2 - It is up to what do you mean by "flexibility". I have worked on Magento site and now I'm working on Expresso and Expresso + EE looks more ...


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I had similar issue and solution was to add status="not closed" to the exp:channel:entries tag from where I had pulled custom fields (GRID in my case) Simple code: {exp:store:checkout form_class="form-horizontal"} {items} *Some code here* {exp:channel:entries channel="products" status="not closed" ...


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I think almost certainly this is an issue with IIS request validation. This is a different cart, but similar issue and the solution should be similar: http://www.kartris.com/Knowledgebase/Worldpay-callback-issues---302-redirect-Not-OK__k-48.aspx


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No doubt there's a hundred ways to do this - but I think you could do it with CartThrob as well - especially since I think they've recently implemented MSM. "They should be able to also see the purchase cost of the inventory items, set their own pricing for the inventory items (ability to do this via bulk would be great, like "20% profit for all items in ...


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There is not an addon you can use for this. If you use Store or Cartthrob, you will be customizing heavily IMO since your project requirements are so specific.


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I believe this is expected behavior. Historically there has been no error handling in the add to cart form (I think this is the only error state it could possibly get into anyway). One solution if you are using minimum order quantities is to add JavaScript validation to your product page. This will result in a nicer error message for your customers anyway. ...


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You can definitely add multiple modifiers to each product. The customer will have to select one option from each group before they can add the product to their cart. That will work fine for things like the base, and you can have yes/no options for each custom topping. It's hard to anticipate in advance what you need though, so it's probably best if you have ...


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