UPS XML Changes

UPS XML Changes

If you received an email stating the following

Effective December 31, 2018 UPS® will disable all unsupported Developer Kit API URLs.

You are receiving this notification because our records indicate you are using an unsupported API URL: https://www.ups.com/ups.app/xml/ API name for UPS Developer Kit API transactions. Continued use of the URLs will subject your customers to unexpected outages and loss of packages with UPS.

To ensure you are using the correct URL for processing, we’ve made the latest version available in the Developer guide: https://onlinetools.ups.com/ API name. It should be used for all UPS Developer Kit API transactions.

Please verify with your IT resources […] Read more

osCommerce Then and Now

osCommerce Then and Now

osCommerce, once the light of open source eCommerce, has been dogged with rumors of its demise which started with the initial release of Magento. A clever marketing campaign, perhaps on the part of Varien to steal market share, it has re-emerged from time to time. No having release every couple of months was actually a good thing. It meant there were no defects. However with the announcement of the development of 2.4 and the passing of the original release date of August 2017, the question arises again albeit this time legitimately. Is there a future in osCommerce? […] Read more

osCommerce Secure

The issue with Magento security not to mention WordPress have raised the question of whether osCommerce is secure. Don’t worry. It remains one of the most secure open source eCommerce solutions in the market. […] Read more