"Regarding the first problem of it showing the Spree logo, this is because
of of the Spree::Config[:logo] option that is configurable through the
console of the app, or in the General Settings area of the Admin interface"

I do not see in the General Settings of spree v.1.3.2 where you can set the
logo.

Jet
On Thursday, August 9, 2012 4:50:38 PM UTC-7, Ryan Bigg wrote:

Regarding the first problem of it showing the Spree logo, this is because
of of the Spree::Config[:logo] option that is configurable through the
console of the app, or in the General Settings area of the Admin interface.
It's showing the default Spree logo because you've not changed this
configuration setting.

Now regarding the missing table, it's possibly because you've not run
these two commands after adding the gem to your Gemfile:

rake railties:install:migrations
rake db:migrate

The first command will copy over all the migrations from all the
extensions that you've got in your application into your application's
db/migrate directory and then rake db:migrate will run those migrations.

Hope that helps!

On Thursday, 9 August 2012 at 1:24 PM, mylottofinder wrote:

Hi,

I am currently testing the Paypal payment, I have added the following line
in the gemfile and run bundle install., and then go to Spree admin and add
a new Paypal payment method with my Paypal sandbox username/password and
signature. They are working fine.

gem "spree_paypal_express", :git => "git://
github.com/spree/spree_paypal_express.git"


When I have made a payment using Paypal, it links to Paypal sandbox page,
I have the following two problems, please advise as I know I would miss out
something.

1. In Paypal page, why it show the Spree logo
2. When I make a payment using my Paypal test account, it works and go
back to my test store, it returns the following error, stating that
"spree_paypal_accounts" table does not exist.

- I have download the spree_paypal_expree.git "git://
github.com/spree/spree_paypal_express.git"

But I dont know what to do next?

Do I need to copy the following files to my app/controllers folder?
checkout_controller_decorator.rb
paypal_express_callbacks_controller.rb

please advise.




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  • Ryan Bigg at Jan 29, 2013 at 9:44 pm
    You can set it through that config option in config/initializers/spree.rb


    On 30/01/2013, at 8:28, Jet wrote:

    "Regarding the first problem of it showing the Spree logo, this is because of of the Spree::Config[:logo] option that is configurable through the console of the app, or in the General Settings area of the Admin interface"

    I do not see in the General Settings of spree v.1.3.2 where you can set the logo.

    Jet
    On Thursday, August 9, 2012 4:50:38 PM UTC-7, Ryan Bigg wrote:

    Regarding the first problem of it showing the Spree logo, this is because of of the Spree::Config[:logo] option that is configurable through the console of the app, or in the General Settings area of the Admin interface. It's showing the default Spree logo because you've not changed this configuration setting.

    Now regarding the missing table, it's possibly because you've not run these two commands after adding the gem to your Gemfile:

    rake railties:install:migrations
    rake db:migrate

    The first command will copy over all the migrations from all the extensions that you've got in your application into your application's db/migrate directory and then rake db:migrate will run those migrations.

    Hope that helps!
    On Thursday, 9 August 2012 at 1:24 PM, mylottofinder wrote:

    Hi,

    I am currently testing the Paypal payment, I have added the following line in the gemfile and run bundle install., and then go to Spree admin and add a new Paypal payment method with my Paypal sandbox username/password and signature. They are working fine.

    gem "spree_paypal_express", :git => "git://github.com/spree/spree_paypal_express.git"


    When I have made a payment using Paypal, it links to Paypal sandbox page, I have the following two problems, please advise as I know I would miss out something.

    1. In Paypal page, why it show the Spree logo
    2. When I make a payment using my Paypal test account, it works and go back to my test store, it returns the following error, stating that "spree_paypal_accounts" table does not exist.

    - I have download the spree_paypal_expree.git "git://github.com/spree/spree_paypal_express.git"

    But I dont know what to do next?

    Do I need to copy the following files to my app/controllers folder?
    checkout_controller_decorator.rb
    paypal_express_callbacks_controller.rb

    please advise.



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