[freeside] cust_pay_batch.cgi not displaying data
Roger at Alumbaugh.com
Sun Aug 1 19:11:39 PDT 2004
Great thought... I took the cust_pay_batch.cgi from 1.5 and copied it
over to my browse subdirectory replaced the original cust_pay_batch.cgi
and now I can see them....
By the way... I really like the word stable in the 1.4 release... how
close is 1.5 to being considered stable?
Thanks a lot.
From: ivan [mailto:ivan at 420.am]
Sent: Sunday, August 01, 2004 5:51 PM
To: ivan-freeside at sisd.com
Subject: Re: [freeside] cust_pay_batch.cgi not displaying data
I only have a single customer using the batch functionality (after
having it mostly abandoned for years) but I haven't seen this bug.
Might be worth trying to duplicate with 1.5.0pre5 or CVS HEAD.
Everyone else I work with currently is using a real-time gateway.
On Mon, Aug 02, 2004 at 10:14:30AM +1000, Ryan Trainor wrote:
> I noticed the same thing last week, but I've just been going thru
> sure all the perl modules were installed correctly, etc. I assumed it
> was my setup. 1.4.1 RHEL3.0, apache1.3 and mod_perl from sources,
> postgres db.
> If anyone's seen this before and can suggest a fix I'd appreciate it,
> Ryan Trainor
> From: Roger Alumbaugh [mailto:Roger at Alumbaugh.com]
> Sent: Saturday, 31 July 2004 6:23 PM
> To: ivan-freeside at sisd.com
> Subject: [freeside] cust_pay_batch.cgi not displaying data
> Initially we are manually running our credit cards through our old
> system so "live" credit card isn't set up yet. But when I go to view
> pending batches no data is displayed in the report, however there is a
> line for each pending transaction.. the boxes are just empty.
> Anybody else have this problem? Did I miss a configuration setting
> somewhere? All the data looks fine in the sql database for these
> and I can view the data fine in the table so it isn't a huge problem
> would be convenient to look at it via some report.. (version 1.4.1,
> fresh install, postgresql, debian linux)
> Thanks for any insights..
> Roger Alumbaugh
More information about the freeside-users