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order-received endpoint 404 error (10 posts)

  1. cschear
    Member
    Posted 6 months ago #

    Upgraded to Woocommerce to 2.1.1. After a customer submits an order redirected to 404 error page. The pay page and thank you pages are no longer existent in 2.1.1, does your plugin still try to re-direct to them?

    https://wordpress.org/plugins/authorizenet-aim-payment-gateway-for-woocommerce/

  2. lbain
    Member
    Posted 6 months ago #

    I had the same issue and after staying up 2 days and all night I figured it out. For me it was the WP Video Plugin, but according to WooCommerce there can be many plugins that cause a problem, so make sure to go through them all.

    Steps
    STEP 1) Have the page that has the 404 error open in a separate tab or window so you can switch back and forth from the page to the dashboard.

    Note: My 404 pages are all the ones that changed from pages to endpoints ".../my-account/view-order/..."

    STEP 2) FLUSH PERMALINKS
    Go to settings > permalinks >
    Choose:
    Common Settings > post name
    Product permalink base > shop base
    Click Save

    Note: if these are already your settings just click save. Product permalink base will change to "custom base" after you save, it's ok as long as your base is "/shop" . Also I did this process many times but didn't realize each change I needed to flush the permalinks, I would have saved myself 2 days of work and now another day to get all the stuff back that I lost...

    STEP 3) Refresh the 404 page
    If the page does not load and continues to be 404 then continue

    STEP 4) Deactivate all plugins except woocommerce

    Repeat steps 2 & 3

    >If the page still reloads as 404 then it's probably not a problem with a plugin.
    >If the page loads as what it should be then go to step 5 to find the plugin that is causing an issue

    STEP 5) Activate one plugin
    STEP 6) Reload page that was 404 but now appears to be fixed

    >if it becomes 404 again then that plug in was the issue and it would be best to delete it if possible - because you really don't know if it will ever work with woocommerce again. - you will need to repeat step 2 and 3 - and your issue should be resolved.

    >if it stays the correct page (doesn't change back to 404) then that plugin was ok - in this case repeat steps 5&6 until you find the plugin that is the issue.

    notes: mine was the last one on the page and I kept thinking it must be something else, so I tried other things after going about halfway through my long list of plugins. It would have been worth the time to go through each plug in, because I delete woocommerce and some other plugins in desperation, not realizing my issue was really that I didn't find the problem plugin and then flush the permalinks. I didn't lose my products or orders, but I did lose some other stuff I need to now reinstall and fix the info I lost within woocommerce, but at least it's working and I don't have to start over.

    Hope this helps you

  3. golfinred
    Member
    Posted 6 months ago #

    This worked for me! Thank You!!

    The plugin that was causing me issues was 404 redirect.

  4. vitalvintage
    Blocked
    Posted 6 months ago #

    Did not work for me. Disabled all plugins. purge the permalinks. and nothing. sad to say.

  5. vitalvintage
    Blocked
    Posted 6 months ago #

    any help?

  6. vitalvintage
    Blocked
    Posted 6 months ago #

    guess no help then like every other post on here.
    heres the fix: find some russian site that has version 1.0 of the plugin. delete 2.0 then reinstall 1.0.
    2.0 plugin is only good for latest woocommerce version 2.1

  7. EnglishTutorsOnline
    Member
    Posted 1 month ago #

    Deactivating and reactivating all the plugins worked for me. I also had to follow the permalink instructions. Interestingly, I did not have to disable any plugin permanently: it seems that de/activating everything fixed the problem in and of itself.

    I should mention that I also had to reinstate my membership page/wc shortcode. I am using PMPro for membership, so there was a little conflict there, too, I think.

    Thanks everyone. Got this solved in about 3 hours...

  8. ishanverma
    Member
    Plugin Author

    Posted 1 month ago #

    I would suggest contact product support: http://www.wuxxa.com/product-support
    than experimenting on the live site to be on safer side.

    Thanks

  9. Flowrian
    Member
    Posted 2 weeks ago #

    I could fix this issue with deactivationg the plugin "404 Redirected".
    Now the pages work.

  10. andersonnarciso
    Member
    Posted 1 week ago #

    @Ibain

    This plugin is my problem.

    Simple Multisite Sitemaps

    A very simple solution for generating seperate Google XML Sitemaps for each WordPress site in a multisite network, on-the-fly.
    Versão 1.1 | Por Jan Brinkmann | Visitar o site do plugin

    Thanks for solution!

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