[ic] Credit card encryption error
Tue, 17 Oct 2000 10:02:22 -0400
Quoting Dave Barr (email@example.com):
> >The error your getting is probably generated by Vend:encrypt_cc line 348.
> >Are you getting an actuall error with that error message? Unless you
> >define your own tempfile, the encryption code that runs is in lines
> >332-342. I would make sure I had the correct permissions on the tempfile
> >wich is generated. You might want to try to comment out the unlink line
> >and see what ends up in the tempfile. There isn't anything (that I know
> >about) in the catalog pages that would affect this chunk of code.
> >Sonny Cook
> >"I don't want fifteen dollars." --Franklin D. Rooselvelt
> >On Mon, 16 Oct 2000, Dave Barr wrote:
> >> >I did not see you mention any encryption software so, do you have PGP or
> >> >some other encryption software installed and tested? IC does not do any
> >> >encryption on its own.
> >> Hi Rob,
> >> I'll answer both your question and Ed Lafrance...
> >> I have PGP installed and properly configured... works a charm on the
> >> default catalogs. I used the Knar editor to configure ENCRYPTOR and
> >> that works too (on the defaults).
> >> I thought there might have been a quick answer as to a hidden form
> >> variable that I may have deleted in amongst the extraneous code (no
> >> offence to Akopia!). I'm still going through the code line by line
> >> but it seems to be somewhere outside of the checkout page (& the
> > > etc/profiles.order)... this is why I'm scratching my head ;)
> Hi again Sonny,
> Thanks for that... it helped me to do a quick sanity check as I
> wanted to ensure what was being parsed and again to ensure that I had
> passed all the relevant data. It appears I am.
> The only error (bar the one generated by [error std_label="Credit
> card information" name=mv_credit_card_valid] - "Credit card
> encryption failed") is in the Interchange error.log;
> 192.168.0.126 tWJiVrSt:192.168.0.126 - [16/October/2000:15:23:11
> +0100] cishop /exec/cishop/process.html Encryption error:
> Which isn't all that helpful ;)
> I'll keep working away until I get it fixed, thanks again for your help!
Try adding a debug line to your encryptor:
gpg --always-trust --batch -fa -r firstname.lastname@example.org 2>/tmp/debug_gpg
The problem should be logged there. If you run the program as shown from
the command line as *the user ID which runs Interchange* you should also
see the problem.
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