Archive for March, 2013

Magento: Class Zend_log not found in GoMage Lightcheckout Help file

March 27th, 2013

Do you receive an error message such as:

Fatal error: Class 'Zend_Log' not found in /.../app/code/local/GoMage/Checkout/Block/Adminhtml/System/Config/Fieldset/Help.php on line 48

when running the GoMage Lightcheckout v3.1 plugin for Magento? If so, it’s a quick fix: just open up that file and remove the section:

protected function _getFieldsetCss()
{
$configCss = (string)$this->getGroup()->fieldset_css;
return 'config collapseable'.($configCss ? ' ' . $configCss : '');
}

and your Magento ecommerce shop should start working! (Basically, in a recent version of Magento CE – version 1.7.0.2 or before – that method was set as “protected” in Mage_Adminhtml_Block_System_Config_Form_Fieldset and so the child class GoMage_Checkout_Block_Adminhtml_System_Config_Fieldset_Help was not able to redeclare it).

Magento: Associating customer accounts

March 22nd, 2013

If you run a Magento e-commerce store, you may occasionally find existing customers placing orders without being logged into their account. This isn’t a problem usually, unless the customer is one of those vary rare ones which actually logs into the customer frontend to track/check their order(s). If they weren’t logged in, they won’t see the ecommerce order.

So how do you fix this? Well, there is a Magneto module available to do this, but (as is increasingly common in the Magento world) it costs $99. Or there is my way which is free and requests two SQL statements:

UPDATE sales_flat_order, customer_entity
SET sales_flat_order.customer_id=customer_entity.entity_id
WHERE
sales_flat_order.customer_email=customer_entity.email

UPDATE sales_flat_order_grid,sales_flat_order
SET sales_flat_order_grid.customer_id=sales_flat_order.customer_id
WHERE
sales_flat_order_grid.increment_id=sales_flat_order.increment_id

Done.

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