General hints for this package This package does not contain any template changes. Please note, that quite a lot files are included in patch package. As packages are prepared automatically, most of these files are included only because the year changed in file header. Installation See our instructions for detailed information about patching/updating. Fixed Bugs […]
General hints for this package None Installation See our instructions for detailed information about patching/updating. Fixed Bugs 0000527: [Patches] Users without password cannot register – bug in update script generates wrong passwords 0000539: [RSS] RSS for Listmania lists of product not works in DE language 0000536: [3rd party libraries] Problem when loading tag cloud in […]
General hints for this package Version numbers The version numbers will consist of three digits from now on: 4.1.0 “Save-on-Tab” functionality Due to complexity of implementation, maintenance and bugs “Save-on-Tab” functionality was removed. EUR sign In previous update due to general shop encoding change (from ISO-8859-1 to ISO-8859-15) euro character may be broken in shop […]
General hints for this package File cache reset now will not erase cached objects structure info (files starting with “oxc_fieldnames_…”) from temp directory. Developers need manualy delete these files from temp directory if updating objects structure. This will save time when rebuilding cache. Since the OXID eShop version 4.1.0_17976 the templates of the previous versions […]
CVE-2009-3112: Specially crafted parameter can lead to unauthorized administrative access to shop backend.
By Vikram Vaswani In the world of bricks-and-mortar retail, placing products on store shelves so that customers can find them with minimal difficulty is almost a science in itself. This factor assumes even more importance when it comes to online retail, because most consumers begin their search for products through a search engine and so, […]
This article, an introduction to start working with OXID eShop as an online merchant, appeared first on April 01, 2009 at Sitepoint web magazine.