Web Yep and Mals shop

Has anyone had any success in implementing Mals ecommerce with webyep
yet. I have seen a couple of old threads on this but to no conclusion.

tia

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Hi Neil…

Tim will be able to give you a much better idea when he comes back on line of the hurdles that are involved before these two programs talk to each other.

From what Tim has explained to me, at the moment it’s a may be possible. Unfortunately It’s not something that can be just quickly grafted together and then expect it to work. One thing that Tim did describe was that there would be a certain minimum specifications from the server (it’s not just quick adaption of the action/s), and so things like that come into the mix that make it even more complicated and need to be accounted for.

So at the moment I would say dont expect it soon, but as I said Tim will be able to shed more light on it.

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Thanks Max, I will await Tim’s return.

On 7 Aug 2008, at 14:02, max wrote:

Hi Neil…

Tim will be able to give you a much better idea when he comes back
on line of the hurdles that are involved before these two programs
talk to each other.

From what Tim has explained to me, at the moment it’s a may be
possible
. Unfortunately It’s not something that can be just
quickly grafted together and then expect it to work. One thing that
Tim did describe was that there would be a certain minimum
specifications from the server (it’s not just quick adaption of the
action/s), and so things like that come into the mix that make it
even more complicated and need to be accounted for.

So at the moment I would say dont expect it soon, but as I said Tim
will be able to shed more light on it.

max


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Hi Neil,
Hang on, I haven’t gone yet! :slight_smile:
Currently the actions police some of the input values (price, shipping
units etc) simply because these are required to generate the hash
encoding values. To use them with WebYep (or any other CMS) these
values would need to be substituted for variables and the hash
generation would either have to be turned off or, possibly, generated
on the server when the page was delivered to the user.
This can all be done but needs a little thinking about so that working
in this way doesn’t upset the current, non CMS, workflow.
Regards,
Tim.

On 7 Aug 2008, at 08:11, Mr Neil Rowland wrote:

Thanks Max, I will await Tim’s return.

On 7 Aug 2008, at 14:02, max wrote:

Hi Neil…

Tim will be able to give you a much better idea when he comes back
on line of the hurdles that are involved before these two programs
talk to each other.

From what Tim has explained to me, at the moment it’s a may be
possible
. Unfortunately It’s not something that can be just
quickly grafted together and then expect it to work. One thing that
Tim did describe was that there would be a certain minimum
specifications from the server (it’s not just quick adaption of the
action/s), and so things like that come into the mix that make it
even more complicated and need to be accounted for.

So at the moment I would say dont expect it soon, but as I said Tim
will be able to shed more light on it.

max

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Hi Tim,

thanks for the info, I understood most of it :wink: Is this something
that you are going to be able to do and if so, what sort of time scale
do you think is realistic?

yours hopefully

Neil
On 7 Aug 2008, at 16:45, Tim Plumb wrote:

Hi Neil,
Hang on, I haven’t gone yet! :slight_smile:
Currently the actions police some of the input values (price, shipping
units etc) simply because these are required to generate the hash
encoding values. To use them with WebYep (or any other CMS) these
values would need to be substituted for variables and the hash
generation would either have to be turned off or, possibly, generated
on the server when the page was delivered to the user.
This can all be done but needs a little thinking about so that working
in this way doesn’t upset the current, non CMS, workflow.
Regards,
Tim.

On 7 Aug 2008, at 08:11, Mr Neil Rowland wrote:

Thanks Max, I will await Tim’s return.

On 7 Aug 2008, at 14:02, max wrote:

Hi Neil…

Tim will be able to give you a much better idea when he comes back
on line of the hurdles that are involved before these two programs
talk to each other.

From what Tim has explained to me, at the moment it’s a may be
possible
. Unfortunately It’s not something that can be just
quickly grafted together and then expect it to work. One thing that
Tim did describe was that there would be a certain minimum
specifications from the server (it’s not just quick adaption of the
action/s), and so things like that come into the mix that make it
even more complicated and need to be accounted for.

So at the moment I would say dont expect it soon, but as I said Tim
will be able to shed more light on it.

max

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