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    Default Re: Implementing 3D Secure (Cardinal) using WPP (UK)

    Depends which timezone you're in. I posted it at 10:44pm in my timezone.
    Maybe it's that big pond between us that's still confusing you.
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    Default Re: Implementing 3D Secure (Cardinal) using WPP (UK)

    The 3D-Secure functionality is included in the v1.3.9 BETA now available for testing and feedback:
    http://www.zen-cart.com/forum/showthread.php?t=152593
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    Default Re: Implementing 3D Secure (Cardinal) using WPP (UK)

    Quote Originally Posted by DrByte View Post
    The 3D-Secure functionality is included in the v1.3.9 BETA now available for testing and feedback:
    http://www.zen-cart.com/forum/showthread.php?t=152593
    This is great news that it's finally here

    But does it HAVE to be shipped within a later release? Can the module be added to 1.3.8?? I have modified so much of my shop that it's going to take an age to test.
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    Default Re: Implementing 3D Secure (Cardinal) using WPP (UK)

    Quote Originally Posted by gregger View Post
    This is great news that it's finally here

    But does it HAVE to be shipped within a later release? Can the module be added to 1.3.8?? I have modified so much of my shop that it's going to take an age to test.
    Same here if poss please

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    Default Re: Implementing 3D Secure (Cardinal) using WPP (UK)

    Same as the above, we have heavily modified Zencart 1.3.8

    Can we copy the paypal module from the 1.3.9 beta and drop into 1.3.8 or is it dependent of other changes within that version?

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    Default Re: Implementing 3D Secure (Cardinal) using WPP (UK)

    Did anyone get an answer on this. Can we copy the paypal module from the 1.3.9 beta and drop into 1.3.8?

    I really don't have the time to work through a new release for a heavily modified 1.3.8, but do need to get 3Dsecure working. Any help much appreciated - at least an answer to the question would help.
    Last edited by starfish books; 30 Apr 2010 at 10:45 AM. Reason: typo

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    Default Re: Implementing 3D Secure (Cardinal) using WPP (UK)

    Quote Originally Posted by starfish books View Post
    Can we copy the paypal module from the 1.3.9 beta and drop into 1.3.8?
    No. Installing beta files onto a production site will break things.
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    Default Re: Implementing 3D Secure (Cardinal) using WPP (UK)

    Right.....

    So we are no further on, then?

    Can't accept meastro cards, losing sales, and no prospect of a solution.

    Thanks chaps.

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    Default Re: Implementing 3D Secure (Cardinal) using WPP (UK)

    Um, that's not what I said.
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    Default Re: Implementing 3D Secure (Cardinal) using WPP (UK)

    Quote Originally Posted by starfish books View Post
    Right.....

    So we are no further on, then?

    Can't accept meastro cards, losing sales, and no prospect of a solution.

    Thanks chaps.
    Quote Originally Posted by DrByte View Post
    The 3D-Secure functionality is included in the v1.3.9 BETA now available for testing and feedback:
    http://www.zen-cart.com/forum/showthread.php?t=152593
    That's not how I feel.
    I think Dr Byte and his team are working tirelessly to bring us the latest security fixes and to get the functionality for maestro working properly.

    DrByte's quote mentions the beta which is now out of Beta.

    I personally want to say thanks to all involved to get this working for us.

    Nedward

 

 
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