From Bugzilla Helper: User-Agent: Mozilla/5.0 (Windows; U; Windows NT 5.0; en-US; rv:0.9.5) Gecko/20011011 BuildID: 2001101117 The CGL-designed shopping cart blows up at the end of a session. Here's a contact at CGL who researched this when I reported the problem to their client, The Life Extension Foundation: Chris Lambrou CGL Computer Services, Inc. http://www.cglcomputer.com I hope this is useful. -dave Chris says: We found 2 problems with the Mozilla browser: 1. The secure links on the site do not open. Example: https://www.lef.org/newshop/cgi-shop/payOrder.cgi If you click on the link above, nothing happens. 2. To access the checkout page, we had to goto http://www.lef.org/newshop/cgi-shop/payOrder.cgi (Notice that is "http", not "https") In which case the sale id changed to "2." It seems to be an issue with the browser, as this does not happen with IE 4/5 or Netscape 4. Reproducible: Always Steps to Reproduce: Use the shopping cart at CGL's client, lef.org. Check out. After credit card info has been accepted, Moz asks to save form info. Answer: no. Actual Results: Final screen displays an order summary. Summary is wrong. Order Confirmation Number is now "2" Line items and money are now all wrong. Expected Results: Order summary page should display same confirmation # as earlier. Ditto for order detail. Sessions with other shopping carts work OK with my configuration. I only accept originating site cookies. I'm behind a NAT server. I run the current freeware versions of ZoneAlarm, WebWasher, and PopUp Killer.
Reporter: Have you installed PSM in mozilla ? (You must have a SSL Tab under edit/preferences/Privacy&Security) -> No.1 worksforme Please try it again with a more recent nightly build : ftp://ftp.mozilla.org/pub/mozilla/nightly/latest-0.9.6/mozilla-win32-talkback.zip -> i will not enter my credit card # :-)
wfm using build 2001112006 on Linux.
RE: Comments From Matti@epost.de 2001-11-20 12:25 I updated to build 2001112001 and used the CGL cart again. It worked. They have added the following admonishment to the lef.org site: "Users of beta versions of the Mozilla browser may experience problems with the Life Extension shopping cart. It is recommended that you use either Internet Explorer or Netscape versions 4.x or above." I've been using moz on that site more than monthly, since spring. I'll email Chris about the sucessful 0.9.6 session, and leave it up to him to test earlier builds, if he still considers it a Moz problem. Thanks, -dave
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