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s2Member v170425-RC (Release Candidate) #1087
General Availability Target Date: May 2nd, 2017
See also: s2Member v170425-RC Release Announcement
Reporting Issues / Feedback
Please report any issues or feedback related to this Release Candidate using this GitHub issue. Please post a comment below with details.
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If you are reporting a bug, please provide list of steps to reproduce and if the bug is related to an existing GitHub issue, please provide a link to that GitHub issue as well.
Reported Issues to Fix
None at this time.
Tested Confirmed Working:
Working without Error notices
To Be Tested:
Issue testing with:
(s2Member Pro) Bug Fix: Merchants using PayPal Pro (Payflow Edition) to charge a fixed non-recurring fee following an initial 100% free trial period, were seeing their member accounts EOTd after the trial ended, instead of the EOT Time being set to the end of the fixed term period. Props @patdumond, James Hall, and many others for reporting this in the forums and at GitHub. See Issue #1077.
When testing FOR SANDBOX
Just Substitute the user, password and signature and enter in your browser. You should get ACK = SUCCESS if you have input your credentials correctly.
My credentials were correct and same ones I used for testing.
Issue with PayPal Button and URL test on success. Followed everything in the following KBA - https://s2member.com/kb-article/how-do-i-generate-an-s2member-paypal-button-link/. I was able to Pay, and register, but there was an error notice upon redirection after payment:
The issues you reported are related to debug-level notices, of which there are a few still in the s2Member software. These are harmless though, and can be ignored for now.
To clarify, I have been on a mission to get rid of these for some time now, but there are certain areas of the s2Member codebase that are more sensitive to changes that would be required to get rid of these for good. For that reason, I'd prefer to avoid unnecessary refactoring at this moment, in favor of pushing the changes out that correct real underlying bugs; i.e., The debug-level notices in s2Member are just noise, they don't cause any harm.
@renzms If you can turn off
Note: This applies to s2Member only. Our other projects should always be tested with
s2Member v170524 has been released and includes changes from this GitHub Issue. See the v170524 announcement for further details.
This issue will now be locked to further updates. If you have something to add related to this GitHub Issue, please open a new GitHub Issue and reference this one (#1087).