How to switch my domain name from "" to "iPage" ?

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Quick question... How to switch my domain name from "" to "iPage" ? Thanks for any answer or 2. My other question... Hi guys!.

I have the following problem since I move from my old server (ISP):.

When I access my store I randomly get the oscid in the URL when linking from page to page, but if I refresh the page the oscid is removed from the URL..

Why is the oscid randomly appearing in the URL? Which is the normal behaviour? It should or shouldn't appear?.

That is causing my lots of payment failures, because when the bank gateway is accessed from my store it pass the oscid as the first variable so I get errors every time. This didn't happened before when I was in the older server..

I called the bank gateway by POST method and oscid is there!!.

Pleaseee, I sure someone can help me......

Thanks in advance.


Comments (5)

I'm stumped. I'm not so sure what is the answer to your question. I'll do some research and get back to you if I bump into an decent answer. You should email the people at iPage as they probably can answer it..

Comment #1

I dont think thats true it apears the first couple of clicks but once the users browser accepts the cookie it no longer appers in the url although it is still active!..

Comment #2


Never happened to me....

Always show up...

Maybe you are right....

But the problem will be if you are including custom pages which echo the session id...

I have to study it more...

Thanks for bringing it to my attention.


Comment #3

I'm having the exact same problem. Is there any way to just remove the oscid from the form that it submitted to the gateway? Maybe this would clear up the problem, but I don't see where that input field is generated. It doesn't look like it's in authorizenet.php or checkout_confirmation.php... but I could be missing something...

Comment #4

In my case, it appears almost everytime, but if I refresh the page I'm in, it disappears from the URL..

I know session is "there" but I don't want it to be shown on the URL nor to be passed as a variable when submiting a form via POST method..

I'm sure there is something "configurable" that will avoid session id to be added to the URL.....


Comment #5

Don't know if this will help or not, but even if I hardcode the form tag;.

<form name=checkout_confirmation action= method=post>.

The oscid shows up as a hidden field. Doesn't matter where I put the form or what I put after it. for example, if I hard code;.

<form name=checkout_confirmation action= method=post>xxx.

The result in the final html is;.

<form name=checkout_confirmation action= method=post><input type="hidden" name="osCsid" value="61087003c54e3e3cd413619682cee8cf">xxx..

Comment #6

This question was taken from a support group/message board and re-posted here so others can learn from it.