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Thread began 11/27/2011 12:10 am by chiakioda428401 | Last modified 12/02/2011 10:42 am by chiakioda428401 | 651 views | 5 replies


add to cart button

when I place the add to cart button in the dreamweaver, the setting window pops up and I can choose the recordset and ID column on the general tab and the matching record value for the other columns on the binding tab,
but I can not choose exact product for the button.
How can I specify the exact product in the database?
In other words, when I click the lighting bolt button to choose the default value for each column I see subcategories of the record set such as ID, SKU, price and so on, but I cannot specify the exact product for the button. Where can I do it?
I am using ecart 5 and dataassist with eCommerce mySQL Database provided by the webassist.
Please help thanks,

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