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Commerce Views Pane provides a Views display plugin to embed a view in a Drupal Commerce checkout pane. This plugin is similar to the Views block display, except it is for Drupal Commerce checkout panes instead of blocks.
Why use Commerce Views Pane?
You want to display a view during checkout and optionally pass any order data as a view's contextual argument.
You want to display order information on the checkout complete page.
Download links to files purchased.
Shipping information - addresses, tracking numbers, estimated delivery.
Apture helps you enhance your site with content you choose from 50+ different sources. With Apture, you can keep readers on your site and create more content in less time. When readers access the linked content, Apture opens miniature AJAX windows instead of making readers leave the page.
Add contextual Wikipedia, YouTube, Twitter, Maps, Pictures, Music, Books and more. You can also Upload and Link your own contextual content such as images, PowerPoints, PDFs, and Excel Spreadsheets without making people leave your site to view.
This module allows PayPal Buy Now or Subscription buttons to be included with or to replace the 'Add to Cart' button on products. These PayPal buttons redirect the customer immediately to PayPal for payment, bypassing the standard Ubercart checkout process. Order information (including the customer's address) are obtained from PayPal after the purchase is complete.
Provides customers a single click method to choose a product and proceed to checkout through PayPal. At the same time, the purchase is still tracked and handled by Ubercart.
Allows using PayPal subscriptions (recurring payments) with Ubercart. PayPal handles sending the recurring payments, and this module records the payments to an Ubercart order and provides status updates.
Workflow-ng/Rules integration: This module triggers Workflow-ng (for Drupal 5) or Rules (for Drupal 6) events when a Buy Now item is purchased, and when a Subscription item is registered, renewed, or expires.
Commerce Services integrates Drupal Commerce with the Services module's REST server. This allows you to build an API that can list (index), create, read, update, and delete Commerce entities remotely, including Products, Customer profiles, Orders, Line items, and Payment transactions. It also supports pseudo-entities such as product displays and shopping carts to make it easier to render Add to Cart forms and manipulate cart contents remotely.
*** Requires Drupal 7/Ubercart 3
*** Still in early development. Use with caution!
This module allows administrators to create custom payment methods. Each method can have its own set of conditions, and each is a fieldable entity bundle, which can be configured to collect data (e.g. name and address, account number, etc.) from the customer.
The UC Ordered Products Reports module adds reports to user profiles and the administrator reports area showing all the ordered products by the specific user or by all users on the site. The fields on each report are configurable in the store report settings, along with the name of the tab used for the report on profile pages and the types of product nodes included on the report. The actual display of the report is sortable and filterable by year. Additionally, users may show the entire report on a single page to see a grand total of all purchased products, and administrators will have the option of exporting data from a report in a CSV file.
This module integrates the popular open source ad server Revive Adserver (formerly OpenX and before that Openads) with Drupal. The last versions the Drupal 6.1.x branch of this module was tested with were OpenX 2.6 and OpenX 2.4. The Drupal 6.2.x branch and 7.1.x versions of this module have been tested with Revive Adserver is 3.0.5 but have not been tested with any previous versions of Revive Adserver and its previous incarnations (OpenX/Openads).
The Ubercart Disable Store module adds the ability to disable Ubercart store (hide/disable add to cart, etc) for some conditions.
Ex. Wholesaler requires Reseller Accounts to shop: If your website should display Ubercart products to some or all but only allow show Add to Cart forms for certain roles, for instance, then this module is for you.
This module is an extension of Drupal Commerce that provides a base message pane that allows easier creation of any number of message panes via existing Commerce Checkout hook definitions. The pane is similar to the Checkout "Completion message" pane that comes with Drupal Commerce.
The Ubercart Add Donation module is used to dynamically add a donation to ANY order currently in progress. This project differs from other Ubercart donation modules in that it does not require you to add a donation to the cart in order to donate to the site. In other words... you do not need to create a "donation product" in order to handle donations... This module simply allows you to add a donation to any order currently in progress using a Radio button interface as well as a custom donation amount using the Other text field.
Implements product bundles for Drupal Commerce. For example, you want to offer products A, B, and C for a lower cost if purchased together rather than standalone. Notable features include setting the prices at the bundle group or product level, and product attribute support.
How it Works:
Detailed instructions on how to get bundles up and running on your site are provided in the documentation under 'Resources'.
This project integrates Drupal with Recurly, a subscription billing service that takes the headache out of subscription management. It can work in conjunction with your existing payment gateway or merchant account (see the list of supported payment gateways) or you can use the included Recurly Gateway (which is included free with all accounts).
This project includes a few sub-modules that allow users to choose how deeply they wish to integrate their Drupal site with Recurly:
Recurly: The main Recurly module provides basic Drupal integration, including receiving push notifications from Recurly.com. It also includes built-in pages for users to view invoices, subscriptions, and to upgrade/downgrade their subscription level.
Recurly Hosted Pages: Rather than hosting account management yourself, you can use Recurly.com to handle all aspects of subscription management through their hosted pages option. This requires the least amount of integration with Drupal, thus the least responsibility for customer data. Recurly's hosted pages are PCI-DSS Level 1 compliant. Sites using this solution will still need to comply with the shortened self-assessment questionnaire (SAQ-A) to meet PCI compliance on their own site.