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AAW Store problems

Discussion in 'AAW Information' started by Glenn Barber, Feb 12, 2011.

  1. Glenn Barber

    Glenn Barber

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    Location (City & State):
    Central Kentucky
    Just noticed today that the Store has some issues. When I tried to access the info for the individual AAW logo items, I was directed back to the AAW Products, Publications and Featured Items section. Same deal when trying to access the individual Instuctional DVDs, Master Series, etc.

    When I clicked on the View Cart icon, I got this:

    ADODB.Command error '800a0d5d'

    Application uses a value of the wrong type for the current operation.

    /shop/ShopCart1.asp, line 10

    Not sure what the problem is, but wanted to give someone a "heads up" about these issues.
    I'll gladly accept more doorprize for noticing. ;)

    Glenn
    #37539
     
  2. Owen Lowe

    Owen Lowe

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    Location (City & State):
    Newberg, OR: 20mi SW of Portland: AAW #21058
    Glenn, I poked around and added a few items to the cart. Everything appeared to work fine for me all the way to submitting a payment. The only thing I did notice was that a couple of the close-up image links were not functioning. Some were of such low resolution -- the symposium tee-shirts -- that they were of no use at all.

    I wonder if your browser is acting funny or not accepting Java, cookies, pop-ups or whatnot (I didn't explore the code behind the links so don't know what is used to navigate and place items in the cart).
     
    Last edited: Feb 12, 2011
  3. Ed Davidson

    Ed Davidson

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    In cases like this, the first thing you should try is to close your browser completely, then open up a new/fresh browsing session...this almost always works. It's also handy to have two or more browsers on hand, so if one is acting up, the other may still come through. Here are some links to browser heaven:

    Microsoft Internet Explorer

    Google Chrome

    Apple Safari

    Modzilla Firefox
     
    Last edited: Feb 12, 2011
  4. Glenn Barber

    Glenn Barber

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    Location (City & State):
    Central Kentucky
    Thanks for the help. I still can't get anywhere with Internet Explorer, but Google Chrome does the trick. Odd.....

    Glenn
    #37539
     

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