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Secure Server Problem

Secure Server Problem

Secure Server Problem

I have configured a javascript shopping cart that seems to work great
UNTIL I try to access my order form through my secure server. The order
form shows up fine, except that the items that were placed in the
shopping cart are not transfered to the order form. If I don't access
the order form through my secure server, it works great. I am willing
to pay anyone who can help me out. My page is on-line right now, I can
let anyone know where it is. I am about out of my mind over this. Can
someone help? Thanks
Mike Finn

RE: Secure Server Problem

Just a shot in the dark to give you something to think about...
The page where the user selects the item they want to buy is on,
I'm assuming an http:// page. The form, or page, you want to pass
the info to is an https:// (secure) page.... In your script, are you specifing that the items be passed to a https:// url? I'm sorry, I have no other input that can help.

RE: Secure Server Problem

Send me your URL and I'll give it a stab....always like to try to help.
I have lots of possible suggestions, but I think you would MUCH rather I check your site out first so I can narrow down my possibilities :)

RE: Secure Server Problem


Hi Robherc,
Thanks for the response. Here is the whole picture.
1- My webpage address is www.rawenow.com (This site has no shopping cart and is up and running fine through the secure server)
2-My shopping cart that works is in a sub-directory at
www.rawenow.com/rawcart/index.htm. It works because I do not call the order form (checkout.htm) through my secure server. As a note, I access the order form from my menu page (menu.htm)
3-My shopping cart that doesnt work is at www.rawenow.com/shop2/index.htm. It is identical to the /rawcart sub-directory except that I simply change the HREF in my "menu" page from "checkout.htm" to "https://heras.safe-order.net/rawenow/shop2/checkout.htm" (my secure server). When I do this, I have no problem accessing the order form except that it does not display the contents of the shopping cart. Try it out and you'll see what I mean. I have not even tried to test the "Submit Order" button to test the CGI script, but that is not an issue right now. If there is a problem with that I can take care of it. I know nothing about the javascript on these pages but I believe that might be where the problem is.
Again I will be glad to pay you for your time. I appreciate your help, if you can point me in the right direction I will owe you.
If there is anymore info you need let me know. Thanks again.
Mike Finn

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RE: Secure Server Problem

Can you view the file http://www.rawenow.com/rawcart/common.js ?
If so, please e-mail me that file as plain text to: robherc.work@angelfire.com I can probably get to work on re-engineering the script so:
a)I can understand it, and
b)It works for you
as soon as you get that file to me. I THINK this one should be fairly simple to solve.

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