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Specify specific productID to database driven add to cart button

Thread began 5/29/2012 12:08 am by Dennis | Last modified 5/30/2012 8:06 pm by Dennis | 507 views | 2 replies

Dennis

Specify specific productID to database driven add to cart button

Hi,

Using WADB I am setting up a database driven online store for our club. It will have an assortment of paraphernalia including T/Sweat shirts.

More important at first, is to get a special page of items available for purchase up and running ASAP. On this page I would like to have an individual add to cart button (Including size & color select lists) by each group of items. No search, results, details yet.

Following the Product Options with eCart tutorial, I have set up the first button under T-Shirts. I may have more setup by the time this is read.

My problem: how do I assign a specific ProductID to each of the 5-6 add to cart buttons on this page so I can pull the rest of the info from the database and use rsSize & rsColor.

Note: I believe the recordset’s and database tables are set up correctly because if I temporarily remove the variable from WADAstore_products and set “WHERE ProductID = '1' my size and color lists work.

Thanks,
Dennis

The test page: 2012_National-LogoWear-Test.php.

Attached Files
2012_National-LogoWear-Test.zip

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