After turning off bundling, script works, however the template seems off.
When clicking on PURCHASE button it doesn’t do anything.
Still doesn’t work in 4.10. A different error now.
The path in 'value' must start with '/'.
Parameter name: value
System.ArgumentException: The path in 'value' must start with '/'.
Parameter name: value
at Microsoft.AspNetCore.Http.PathString..ctor(String value)
at Nop.Web.Framework.UI.PageHeadBuilder.GenerateScripts(IUrlHelper urlHelper, ResourceLocation location, Nullable`1 bundleFiles) in C:\VS2017Projects\shop410\Presentation\Nop.Web.Framework\UI\PageHeadBuilder.cs:line 356
at Nop.Web.Framework.UI.LayoutExtensions.NopScripts(IHtmlHelper html, IUrlHelper urlHelper, ResourceLocation location, Nullable`1 bundleFiles) in C:\VS2017Projects\shop410\Presentation\Nop.Web.Framework\UI\LayoutExtensions.cs:line 185
Nop 4.1. Landing Page.
I get an internal error from the customer side.
From the log side:
One or more compilation failures occurred:
C:\shop2.teststore.com\Plugins\FoxNetSoft.LandingPage\Templates\startbootstrap-new-age-gh-pages\index.cshtml(90,47): error CS1061: 'Store' does not contain a definition for 'GetLocalized' and no extension method 'GetLocalized' accepting a first argument of type 'Store' could be found (are you missing a using directive or an assembly reference?)
I've installed the component and set it up with Google Tag Manager and Analytics.
None of the code seems to appear in the source when looking at pages on my store. I even went into incognito mode and still didn't see anything.
I have 3.80. Anything I need to look for?
I enabled the option to not send order items to Paypal.
The problem I see is where my customers can be greatly confused by the order details.
Order details : NopCommerce PayPal Standard Pro.
My customers have no idea what Nopcommercer PayPal Standard Pro is and may dispute the charge thinking it is a bogus charge.
Perhaps it should state <STORE> Online Purchase ?
Or have an option in the setup, when the option to not send order items to paypal, to let the store owner create their own statement.
I'll give it a try. I might not be able to emulate, but will keep an eye on for future hack attempts.
The following was on the Short Message log line:
Error while placing order. Error 1: Payment error: LongMessage: This transaction cannot be processed. ShortMessage: Processor Decline ErrorCode: 15005
The Full Message line in the log was blank.
Note: I'm running demo still, if that matters.
Didn't seem to work.
The following is in the Hacker's patterns (note - you had misspelled Hacker's as Hacket's):
was not found or does not implement icontroller
Processor Decline ErrorCode: 15005
I have time set to 1 and # of hacking attempts set to 4.
These came in between 5 and 50 seconds intervals for several hours.
The level of log entry.Log level: Error
The log entry message.Short message: Error while placing order. Error 1: Payment error: LongMessage: This transaction cannot be processed. ShortMessage: Processor Decline ErrorCode: 15005
The details for the log entry.Full message:
IP address of the machine that caused the exception.IP address: 126.96.36.199
Name of the customer who caused the exception.Customer:
Originating page of exception.Page URL: https://xyz.com/checkout/opcconfirmorder/
The referrer URL.Referrer URL: /onepagecheckout
Date/Time the log entry was created.Created on: 1/25/2017 6:04:22 PM
Thanks. Will try that. Already, since implementing demo and banning 3 ip's, it's seemed to clear issue, but having the pattern will help if this happens again.