If you have ClientExec installed in a sub-directory say /clientexec and want to require HTTPS only for ClientExec the easiest way to accomplish this is by putting a .htaccess file inside of the sub directory itself. There are numerous solutions to this posted as CE Knowledge Base Articles and within the CE forums but many of them did not work for me so I wanted to post the solution that worked on setup using CentOS as the operating system and using Apache/PHP/MySQL on that platform..htaccess, 443, apache, ce, CentOS, ClientExec, HTTP, HTTPS, Linux, module, mod_rewrite, rewrite, sub directory
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Nov 15 2012
Oct 09 2008
When attempting to process an order using ClientExec you may get error messages like the following:
An error has occurred with the given operation
Type: Warning (2)
In this situation I was using ClientExec with Authorize.net as the payment gateway. The basic error revolved around the Authorize.net processing needing mcrypt and not being able to find it on the server. To resolve this issue install php-mcrypt on the server using the below commands.
shell# yum install php-mcrypt
Make sure to restart apache!
That should resolve your issue if you are in fact using ClientExec with the Authorize.net payment module.Tags: Authorize.net, ClientExec, mcrypt, mysql, PHP, php-mcrypt, yum
I recently upgraded a customer management software called ClientExec from a very old version (2.4.9__2.5beta4) to the latest stable version (ClientExec 3.1.4). It had been a long time since the administration type settings had been updated but it was time to clean things up. One area lets you manage billing types which I was about to attempt. You can either delete or edit current entries or add a new entry. First I attempted to add a new entry and was greeted with the error below.
Type: User Error (256)
Sep 26 2008
It has been awhile since I have used ClientExec and the Authorize.net plugin. ClientExec has really come a long way and everything went really smooth until I tried to start testing processing credit card orders. I filled in a new customer and attempted to save a credit card for the new user and the screen would go completely white on submit and not do anything. I wasn’t able to get much from the Apache logs or MySQL logs but finally remembered a couple packages that have to be installed for the Authorize.Net plugin to work.
All of the following can be installed with yum:
yum install libmcrypt php-mcrypt curlAuthorize.net, ClientExec, credit card, curl, mcrypt, php-mcrypt