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#26 07-19-2009 09:04:31

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Re: UK-Specific Functionality Requirements

HSBC is integrated - it's on the second page of results under Manage Payment Gateways.


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#27 07-19-2009 14:04:52

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Re: UK-Specific Functionality Requirements

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HSBC is integrated - it's on the second page of results under Manage Payment Gateways.

Perfect - sorry for not spotting that.

However the version supplied with V7 is full of problems that have been highlighted on this forum for the past couple of years. Amongst the main ones are Incorrect Timestamp (https://forum.kryptronic.com/viewtopic.php?id=17078 post #8) and fixed shipping country (always 826, UK see https://forum.kryptronic.com/viewtopic.php?id=19606 post #6 and following). Would it not be a really good opportunity to fix these issues and others before sending out the V7 code - otherwise there will be yet more and more people having trouble with this?

(I notice that https://forum.kryptronic.com/viewtopic.php?id=22698 post #7 has been put in there though!)

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#28 07-20-2009 06:57:33

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Re: UK-Specific Functionality Requirements

I'll take a look at those HSBC items and will address them with the update.   Thank you.


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#29 07-21-2009 05:14:06

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Re: UK-Specific Functionality Requirements

HSBC was always a difficult integration - eventually I had to get Howard to do it for me

As said before - a pity we have not seen any contributions from him but life must go on - I'm just about to change over 2 sites now

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#30 07-21-2009 10:34:58

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Re: UK-Specific Functionality Requirements

Love the new interface guys and can't wait to upgrade.

Unfortunately an extension module similar to Greenbarn's Batch Shipping module would be essential before we could consider it. Not sure if existing mods cover it but essentially it allows us to view all non-shipped orders, print all dispatch notes and invoices at the touch of a button and then mark all orders shipped on a single page with a single button. We only process between 40 to 80 orders a day, but without this module it would take us A LOT longer to get our orders out etc.

Not too worried about Royal Mail Integration as I'll happily configure shipping by hand but PostcodeAnywhere integration would be very nice.

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#31 07-21-2009 13:51:30

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Re: UK-Specific Functionality Requirements

Dave is currently finishing a combination module that supports Batch Shipping and Advanced Order Management.  I'll have Dave post an estimate on the release date.  I'd expect it will follow the first update for CCP7.


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#32 07-22-2009 02:51:21

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Re: UK-Specific Functionality Requirements

Hi,

Change Cart to Basket, Store to Shop, Zip Code to Post Code and any other American'isms to British English.

Cheers,
Bruce.


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#33 07-22-2009 07:52:01

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Re: UK-Specific Functionality Requirements

You can change 'cart' to 'basket' and 'store' to 'shop' on your own by editing some page titles and system messages if you like.

We already call the zip code the 'zip / postal code' in the software.


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#34 07-28-2009 06:45:44

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Re: UK-Specific Functionality Requirements

Why's this topic not a sticky?


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#35 07-28-2009 11:31:22

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Re: UK-Specific Functionality Requirements

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Dave is currently finishing a combination module that supports Batch Shipping and Advanced Order Management.  I'll have Dave post an estimate on the release date.  I'd expect it will follow the first update for CCP7.

Sounds great thanks Nick, I'll be upgrading very shortly afterwards!

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#36 08-07-2009 04:41:39

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Re: UK-Specific Functionality Requirements

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Dave is currently finishing a combination module that supports Batch Shipping and Advanced Order Management.  I'll have Dave post an estimate on the release date.  I'd expect it will follow the first update for CCP7.

Dave have you got an ETA for the Advanced order module and also when will sagepay Secure server be ready.
Both items are required before I can change over.

Thanks
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#37 08-07-2009 04:46:22

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Re: UK-Specific Functionality Requirements

I don't Rob.  The SagePay change is likely to be available in the forthcoming update Nick is working on.

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#38 08-26-2009 15:30:13

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Re: UK-Specific Functionality Requirements

Any idea when the update will be available that includes Sagepay server???

Any idea when the batch shipping module will be available.
Thanks
Rob


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#39 09-09-2009 08:20:46

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Re: UK-Specific Functionality Requirements

I am currently using ccp6(UK) but want to purchase version 7 for use on a different site. The most important feature for me is "Royal Mail Shipping Integration". I have read the original thread on this subject and it looks like it should have been added several weeks ago but I can't find it anywhere on the version 7 feature list.

So all I want to know is 'can I use Royal Mail Shipping with version 7'?

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#40 09-18-2009 07:59:24

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Me too :-)


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#41 09-18-2009 09:00:27

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Re: UK-Specific Functionality Requirements

zanart wrote:

Any idea when the update will be available that includes Sagepay server???
Any idea when the batch shipping module will be available.
Thanks
Rob

I don't think there will be any more firm (or even vague) dates mentioned on this forum after the recent delays to CCP7 and associated fuss...

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#42 09-18-2009 09:06:05

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I don't think there will be any more firm (or even vague) dates mentioned on this forum after the recent delays to CCP7 and associated fuss...

That's a fact!

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#43 09-30-2009 12:58:25

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Re: UK-Specific Functionality Requirements

ClickCartPro 7.1 was just released as a free update for 7.0 users and an upgrade for 6.0 and 5.x users.

ClickCartPro 7.1 has added zone-based shipping which supports Royal Mail and Parcelforce, Google Checkout (US and UK support), and a new SagePay Direct integration.

Thank you for your input in this thread.  Your suggestions have helped make ClickCartPro a better product for everyone.


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#44 10-01-2009 05:14:46

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Re: UK-Specific Functionality Requirements

webmaster wrote:

Dave is currently finishing a combination module that supports Batch Shipping and Advanced Order Management.  I'll have Dave post an estimate on the release date.  I'd expect it will follow the first update for CCP7.

First update sounds great and definitely brings us nearer. Are you now moving on to Batch Shipping or is it still some way off. Ideally we'd love to upgrade in Jan/Feb which are our quieter times.

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#45 10-01-2009 05:31:24

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Re: UK-Specific Functionality Requirements

Hi,

Any news on POSTCODE ANYWHERE
wwwpostcodeanywhere.co.uk

&

POSTCODE SOFTWARE
wwwpostcodesoftware.net

Cheers,
Bruce.


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#46 10-01-2009 11:49:22

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Re: UK-Specific Functionality Requirements

What's the purpose of PostCode Anywhere?  We have no plans of integrating it.


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#47 10-01-2009 17:01:42

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Re: UK-Specific Functionality Requirements

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What's the purpose of PostCode Anywhere?  We have no plans of integrating it.

Part of the problem is that a lot of people in the UK don't know their own postcodes. This may seem strange, but the area covered by an individual postcode in the UK is much smaller than one in, for example, Germany - and probably the US.

PostCode Anywhere no doubt assists retailers to verify the postcodes of their customers.

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#48 10-01-2009 21:26:15

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Re: UK-Specific Functionality Requirements

That's certainly strange.  We have zip codes here (five digit numeric) and everyone knows them - and usually the zip codes in their surrounding areas.

So how does Postcode Anywhere work?  What does the user input?  Does it output a postcode for a city/county combination, or a city/county combination for a postcode entry?


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#49 10-01-2009 21:27:15

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By the way - I intend on hitting you with an email tomorrow since I'm practically unburied for the time being.


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#50 10-02-2009 03:38:21

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Re: UK-Specific Functionality Requirements

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That's certainly strange.  We have zip codes here (five digit numeric) and everyone knows them - and usually the zip codes in their surrounding areas.

So how does Postcode Anywhere work?  What does the user input?  Does it output a postcode for a city/county combination, or a city/county combination for a postcode entry?

I'm probably not best placed to answer that, as I don't use it (or anything similar), but, having tried the free demo, it can work from the house number/street/city combination - if, for example, the customer has not given any postcode information. Alternatively, a customer might know the first part of their postcode - e.g. SO15 if they live on the west side of Southampton. Postcode Anywhere would enable a retailer to verify the exact postcode for the house number/street combination.

Due to the very small area covered by each individual postcode (up to 80 addresses) a lot of geographic and socio-economic data is associated with UK postcodes. Postcode data is used for other purposes besides assisting in automated mail-sorting, including calculation of insurance premiums and to designate destinations in route-planning software. I suspect that last one is the important one for internet retailers, as they will need to ensure that any goods they send out will have the correct postcode. Postcode Anywhere offer tools for routeplanning on their website, and services related to bank and credit card verification.

Unfortunately, the complicated nature of the system means that occasionally postcodes have to be changed, which confuses some people, and no doubt reduces the level of awareness!

Hope that helps!


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