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lostdog9 08-08-2020 01:14 PM

Webgility X Cart 5 and PHP 7.4

We have been using Webgility for a few years and their support is horrible. They tools us this week they no longer support new customers and will only support existing fro x cart 5. We are now trying to run x cart 5 with the latest version of PHP 7.4 and Webgility will not work with the latest version as it no longer supports mcrypt. If there is any other way to connect x cart 5 with Quickbooks Desktop please let me know. I am beyond done with these guys.

cflsystems 08-08-2020 03:40 PM

Re: Webgility X Cart 5 and PHP 7.4
I have a client with 2 stores - one is on php 7.2 and the other on php 7.3 (want to move them to 7.4). The module works on the php 7.2 site (of course mcrypt is installed there) and does not work on the php 7.3 site (no mcrypt there).
From my experience and looking at the sites and the module code it is my understanding the reason is mcrypt. However this is what they told the client


we are using both the auth method mcrypt and OpenSSL
for the server connection. So there is no issue with mcrypt Require. We
still have mcrypt in our code just for customers who are
still using the old version of PHP and We still have OpenSSL in
our code just for customers who are still using the latest version
of PHP so store URL working fine but we are getting script error
in-store connection and I have also mention script error on my
previous note.So please get in touch with your developer to get it fixed".

However I don't buy this because the module check fails with an error if mcrypt is not installed and as soon as I downgraded the php version to 7.2 it started working. Then I changed it back and waiting for confirmation from the client if it still works or not.

The client is looking for alternatives as well.

thebluedoorboutique 08-13-2020 10:07 AM

Re: Webgility X Cart 5 and PHP 7.4
Do you need Webgility for accounting? If it's just shipping, I would suggest ShipWorks.

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