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Undefined variable: ATC_itemQuantity

Thread began 8/19/2011 11:45 am by Base5 Designs | Last modified 8/30/2011 11:01 am by Base5 Designs | 2149 views | 5 replies

Base5 Designs

Thanks Jason that explains things nicely.

I've created a new unfiltered recordset (rs_cartdata) for the cart, and the product is adding to the cart correctly now but with a new problem.

whatever quantity is added when i go to the cart view the quantity is double.

i have worked out that this is being caused by, the banner that loads in (which also has an ecart add to button on it.

the banner like the list page is a standalone page that gets loaded in dynamically using the webassist framework.

i figure its adding it twice because the code is on the page twice once in the banner and once on the list page, later i plan to have widgets where a product can also be added which will add yet another set add to cart button code.

whats the best way forward in this scenario?

1) creating the add to cart and then renaming each one to a different value so on the index page it would be eCart1_1_....
on the banner page eCart1_2....
on the widget eCart1_3....

that i figure will work but i think i would also need different recordsets for the different cart instances rs_cartdata1, rs_cartdata2 etc

this seems very code heavy and difficult to keep track of having so many recordsets that are basicallyt the same.

2) is it possible to have all the code on the main index framework page and then just the add to cart forms on the plugin pages?
if so whats the best way about doing this or do you perhaps have another idea that would work?

thanks for your time once again.

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