Enhanced Payments Module

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Enhanced Payments Module

Post by RWAP » Mon May 17, 2010 9:45 am

We have now released the first version of our Enhanced Payments Module.

This builds upon the features in the Simple Payments module , the Currency Display Module and the International Shipping Module (all of which are included) and includes the following features:

1) Pageination added to sold Items/active auctions
2) View Sold Items
- You can now send an invoice to cover the sale of several items to the same purchaser, and amend the overall postage cost
- You can view any invoice sent, or the order from a purchaser to check details
- You can mark items as paid and sent
- You can see the items where you have left feedback or received feedback, and then leave feedback for that item easily
- You can easily send a message to the purchaser about an item they have purchased
- The filter to allow you to see items sold to a specific user is now alphabetical
- You can remove items from this list (for example when there is nothing else to do)
3) View Items you have Won
- You can now request an invoice for the items you have won and not yet paid for
- You can see whether an item has been paid for (currently up to the seller to mark it as such), or whether it has been sent
- You can see the items where you have left feedback or received feedback, and then leave feedback for that item easily
- You can remove items from this list (for example when there is nothing else to do)
- You can easily send a message to the seller about an item you have purchased
- You can remove items from this list (for example when there is nothing else to do)
4) View closed auctions
- This now informs you if each item was sold or unsold.
- In the case of lot auctions, you can see how many items were sold (eg 2/10 sold)
5) View active auctions
- In the case of lot auctions, you can see how many items are still active (eg 8/10 remaining)
6) Shipping
- You can now set each country into one of several postal regions for international postage (EEC, Europe, Americas, Rest of the World)
- Shipping rates are now entered by the seller when listing an item for domestic postage and each postal region.
- A purchaser from outside your country is no longer allowed to bid on items which are not for international shipping
- For lot auctions, the seller can specify (per postal region) the cost of sending additional items over and above the first one.
7) Currency values are now shown with all zeros (eg 3.5GBP now appears as £3.50 or 3.50 GBP)
8) If a purchaser bids on an item which has a reserve price - an email is sent to warn them that their bid is below the reserve
The bid is then increased to their maximum bid value.
9) If a purchaser buys a fixed price or lot item, they are taken to a screen inviting them to make payment directly with payment buttons.
10) If a purchaser buys a lot auction, the total cost is now shown dependent on how many of that item they wish to purchase.
11) Email sent to vender at end of a Lot Auction lists each individual purchaser (corrected bug), the quantity purchased and their order value.
12) Pageination added to wonAuctions
13) You can now filter wonAuctions by the seller's ID
14) On sold Items - you can now select several items at same time to remove them from the list
15) Enhanced PayPal checkout for items - LOTS are shown by quantity of items, item number is detailed and you also can add a note.
The system also tracks the payment and sets the item as paid if this is done.
16) Emails are sent to the buyer when an item is marked as shipped
17) Seller can now see the reserve price when they view an auction details
18) Auctions cannot be edited once they have finished - seller can only relist the auction (if no bids received) or copy as new draft.
This ensures relisting fees are always applied.
19) Buy It Now option goes away once a bid above any reserve price has been placed on an item.
20) Buy It Now option is no longer shown on closed/inactive auctions.
21) Buy it Now buttons now take you to the Confirm Purchase page (rather than Confirm Bid page).
22) Improvements to user profile - Your Bids now only shows bids on live auctions, with improved layout when you view the list of bids.


Cost £300
Available from: http://www.rwapservices.co.uk/enuuk_mod ... edPayments

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Re: Enhanced Payments Module

Post by RWAP » Tue Jun 29, 2010 4:58 am

v2.2 of Enuuk incorporates phpAuction's own version of this module, although their version appears to be much more lightweight.

phpAuction's version includes the ability for sellers to mark an item as payment received and item sent, and the buyers can mark an item paid and received. But that is about the extent of their module so far as v2.2 is concerned.

By contrast, our own Enhanced Payments module uses a series of icons to show the current item status (paid, sent, feedback left, feedback received), but also includes the ability for the buyer to request an invoice and the seller to send one invoice to cover several items sold to the same purchaser, adjusting the postage as necessary. Automatic links are set up to update the status if payment is made through PayPal.

There are also several other niceties sadly missing from the current phpAuction implementation - we welcome feedback and suggestions on further improvements which we could make to our own module.

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Re: Enhanced Payments Module

Post by RWAP » Thu Mar 30, 2017 11:07 am

We have just released v1.01 of the Enhanced Payments Module.

This incorporates speed improvements due to changes in the handling of user feedback lookups. It also fixes a bug where the paypal email returned was not recognised if it was in uppercase.

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