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eCart not calculating shipping correcty

Thread began 9/26/2011 2:23 pm by info271221 | Last modified 10/10/2011 8:34 am by info271221 | 6934 views | 10 replies

info271221

eCart Shipping only calculating on line item 1

Line #177 on the eCartHomeUsePHP.php attached in the original post had *0
I changed it to *1 but I really don't understand what this code is saying. This is the checkout for home use products, and we copied the cart from the wholesale and made modifications. On the wholesale side we were *.25 to add 25% to the order. So on the home use (retail) we did not want to add the 25% so I removed it. Can you explain what we are saying here and advise if the TotalPrice")*1.0 is correct or what it should be.

We don't want to add a upcharge we just want all the line items in the cart to total up.
Also any help you can give me to direct me to where we tell the cart to total all line items and calculate the weight from all line items. (which is what I believe you were directing me to in your post above but I cannot find any similar code)

I have attached the confirm and fed ex pages.

function WAEC_eCartHomesteadHomeUse_VariableAuth() {
$totalCharge = 0;
if (true && ((sizeof($this->Items) >= 0))) {
$totalCharge += (($this->TotalColumn("TotalPrice") * 1.0) + 0);//Result
}
return WA_eCart_FormatNumber($totalCharge, $this->ForceDecimalsC, $this->DecimalPlacesC);
}

Thank You,

Attached Files
WA_eCart_FedEx_PHP.zip

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