2Checkout was send mass emails to users, that they are going to Transition to a New Encryption Algorithm SHA3 and SHA256 on May 15, 2024.
Information of 2checkout: "After May 15, 2024, MD5 will no longer be supported, and failure to perform the updates on your side could lead to disruptions in your checkout flows and other integrations." (Bellow, I will attach a screenshot of their email. )
They provided different shopping cart plugins instruction like: Drupal, Magento, OpenCart, PrestaShop and so on, but there are not information about Virtuemart (TCO) plugin instruction. They updated most of shopping cart plugins about 2 weeks ago, but they not updated Virtuemart [2chackout plugin].
I'm now using TCO Plugin in my two website: 1th website based on Joomla version: 2.5.27 and VM version: 2.0.20b 2th website based on Joomla version: 3.9.24 and VM version: 3.6.10 10211
My Question: Will this update affect to the TCO Plugin to accept payments ? If yes, are there any way or maybe someone can help to solve this problem ? I think that the solution to this problem will be useful to many TCO Plugin users to avoid any errors after 15th May, 2024.
Bellow I will attach some important links and information, maybe this help you to find some solition.
I have a request for a change in the code. When you override a custom field in the child product it will make a new custom field record in the database. But when you disable that override, it also removes this record from the database. The thing is that it also removes the instance from the order. So it basically changes the order values and it missed the custom field values.
Is it possible when you change this override it checks the orders and sets the values to the parent custom id if its available, so it does not remove these values from the order?
Last post by Gingerweb - February 22, 2024, 17:22:00 PM
Did you figure this one out at all? In my shop all items are +20%vat and now i need to add some products that dont have vat applied to them, but like you i dont have the dropdown option to set a "vat exempt" rule for the product: https://prnt.sc/sCH3byO_uTpu