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  • PHP Version 4.3.3 , debian linux, Apache/1.3.29
    I tried downloading and temporarily replacing your included version of nusoap with a more recent one, with the same result.

    Warning: Invalid argument supplied for foreach() in /var/www/wordpress/wp-admin/wp-amazon/nusoap.php on line 5678
    Fatal error: Call to undefined function: keywordsearchrequest() in /var/www/wordpress/wp-admin/wp-amazon/AmazonSearch.php on line 98

    Maybe I actually need an older version. (?)

    david, I’ve emailed the main developer of NuSOAP for help. In the meantime, I’m going to try a more hard-wired approach to the Amazon Web Service which will hopefully solve your problem.
    BTW, I just downloaded v1.76 of NuSOAP and it still works for me. What version are you using? Also, when you search with the plugin, what parameters are you using?
    – Rich

    I really enjoy this plugin but have a bit of an odd request/question. Is it possible that I could use this plugin to search both and Some sort of drop down tab that decides which one is searched or something of the sort? I end to frequent both sites for different reasons and would love to link from both.

    freelancer, yes it’s possible. I’ll add this ability in my next release.

    Hey Rich- Thanks for your help. I am sure we can get it running *somehow*. Let me know what to do next.

    Has a soultion been found for the Warning: Invalid argument supplied for foreach()?

    Someone noted (in my blog) that if you blank out the dev token variable, it works. Give it a try and let me know so I can post an official work-around.
    – Rich

    Anyone else having trouble with getting this to work with 1.5? Any quick-fix?

    Yup. There is an update out now.

    See this post from earlier today.

    Is this fixed and ready for 1.5 yet?

    The fixed version available from the Plugin Repository works in 1.5 for me….

    How do I download that plugin from there? Sorry for the silly question, but I’m a bit lost on that page.


    Click the plugin linkand copy everything between <?php and php?> (or whatever it is I don’t code), paste it into notepad. Make sure the end has no extra spaces, and there are no spaces at the start. The first character of the line should be < and the last > (don’t add these, this as extra!).

    Now click on file, save as and enter the following: “nameogpluginasin your browser.php” include the quotes. Save the file, upload to your plugin dir and activate. Read the file, however for any instructions.

    The part you want lives here. Scroll to the bottom of the page and you’ll see this:

    Download in other formats:

    * Original Format
    * Plain Text

    Click on “original format” and you’ll be prompted to save the PHP file in the usual way. Avoids any issues with whitespace in copied PHP code….

    Maybe I’m missing something, but why does the URL generated do a redirect so that the website owner’s Amazon ID disappears and only the developer’s Amazon ID remains? Is there any benefit for the website owner?

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