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[SOLVED] i am missing Cash on delivery module

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Hello!

 

I really miss the cash on delivery module. There was a COD module available in version 1.5.3 but it was not working correctly. Does anyone have a working module or some other solution?

 

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At the moment i am testing SVN PrestaShop™ 1.5.0.12. But there was no COD module since v1.5.0.5.

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Sorry, but it is not working for me. I installed the last svn which doesn't have COD module and upload the module you paste in previous post. When checkout i received error and the site gets broken. Can you do something about it. I am attaching picture.

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Is the COD module scheduled for removal or something? Or will it be included in the final version of 1.5?

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Is the COD module scheduled for removal or something? Or will it be included in the final version of 1.5?

Can someone from Presta team answer this?

 

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Hi troyrob and elfstone,

I just checked with our 1.5 development team, and the COD module has in fact been removed. However, if there does appear to be demand for it, they may consider reintegrating it.

 

-Mike

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The majority of payments in my country is still based on cash on delivery payment. So if its not too much to ask i would like to have it back :).

 

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The majority of payments in my country is still based on cash on delivery payment. So if its not too much to ask i would like to have it back :).

 

thank you

 

Hi elfstone,

I will pass this on to our development team.

 

-Mike

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Hi troyrob and elfstone,

I just checked with our 1.5 development team, and the COD module has in fact been removed. However, if there does appear to be demand for it, the will consider reintegrating it.

 

-Mike

 

That is really unfortunate. That is a vital module for me and a couple people i know. If it remains out i won't be able to upgrade :(

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Great! Thanks a lot guys. I'm gonna try it!

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Report a malfunction of the module cashondelivery (1.5 RC):

 

Payment confirmation is not working and displaying only a blank page.

 

More precisely, the execution stops at the point in the file validation.php:

 

echo Module::display('cashondelivery', $ template);

 

To quickly resolve i commented the request for confirmation, is no longer given the opportunity to confirm the payment method but it works.

 

If you have the elegant solution would be grateful

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Took COD module from latest SVN today. It works for me on PS 1.5.. Thanks PS Dev Team...

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Is possible to add some fee on cash on delivery payment?

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It is not very understandable :wacko: that Prestashop doesn't have a standard COD + fee module.

In the US and northern Europe (steps ahead), delivery after a payment with PayPal and credit cards might be trusted, reliable and accepted, in other parts of Europe and the rest of the world it certainly is not.

When we don't offer COD, in Spain, we might loose a 25% of our sales because the people still don't trust the virtual shops to deliver when they pay upfront. In other parts of the world this percentage might even be a lot higher.

So COD + fee is (still) an essential module.

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It is not very understandable :wacko: that Prestashop doesn't have a standard COD + fee module.

In the US and northern Europe (steps ahead), delivery after a payment with PayPal and credit cards might be trusted, reliable and accepted, in other parts of Europe and the rest of the world it certainly is not.

When we don't offer COD, in Spain, we might loose a 25% of our sales because the people still don't trust the virtual shops to deliver when they pay upfront. In other parts of the world this percentage might even be a lot higher.

So COD + fee is (still) an essential module.

Here in czech republic it's more than 50%

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this is solved ?

I am running presta 1.5.0.17 and COD module it's installed but when you try to make an order in 5 step, COD doesn't appear !

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good

 

I'm taking the first steps in prestashop and after giving a lot of laps and read many topics on this subject

I still do not give the problem, I installed version 1.5 and now added the COD module of prestashop and he even

working the problem is I can not edit the module, anyone know what I'm doing wrong?

Edited by JPMacedo (see edit history)

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This is very frustrating. After upgrading my customers online shop i saw "Cah on Delivery" module missing from payment step. How this thread can be marked as SOLVED if there were no solution given to solve the issue???

 

Anyone knows some alternatives for COD? Please help.

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I have a solution:

 

I downloaded and installed file provided by Mike Kranzler

Hi elfstone,

This is the very latest version of the COD module on SVN. Go ahead and give it a try!

 

zip.gif cashondelivery.zip 17.01K 246 downloads

 

I hope this helps.

 

-Mike

 

Then in this file:

 

Modules/CashOnDelivery/validation.php

 

Change this line:

echo Module::display('cashondelivery', $ template);

 

To this line:

$smarty->display(dirname(__FILE__).'/'.$template);

 

It seems that there is a problem with module class display method. So i simply changed to Smarty way of displaying tpl files.

Edited by wampsi (see edit history)
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I vote for reintegrating the COD module. :D Lots of small businesses use it for local customers.

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Hi all!

 

I have a small business and i need cash on delivey module, with fixed fee + percentage....

 

I'm running the last versions 1.5.3

 

It's quite important for me and i think this module should be already installed by default...

 

Thank you!

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Mike Kranzler rocks!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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In my country Romania, it is rarely when people pay upfront with credit cards.

Since the customers are not interested din paying by card (a lot of them fear about having their card details stolen) I didn't bother to set up payment by card.

So 100% of my customers pay by cash on delivery.

For me COD is 100% essential...

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Report a malfunction of the module cashondelivery (1.5 RC):Payment confirmation is not working and displaying only a blank page.More precisely, the execution stops at the point in the file validation.php:

echo Module::display('cashondelivery', $ template);
To quickly resolve i commented the request for confirmation, is no longer given the opportunity to confirm the payment method but it works.If you have the elegant solution would be grateful

Three years and prestashop doesn't repair.

UNBELIEVABLE

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DON'T BUY! I bought this module but it never worked. Developer delayed a lot of days to give me a solution in order to expire my 3 months free support. Also, he never accept to refund my money!!! Crook!!!!

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