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Multiple Item Add to Cart Interface

Thread began 3/19/2009 2:28 pm by KevinK303762 | Last modified 4/21/2009 12:54 pm by KevinK303762 | 5022 views | 8 replies


I am not really displaying any data from the database for this page. Basically I want to have a form with text fields for item numbers with corresponding quantity dropdown boxes. What I would like to happen is that when a user clicks the add to cart button, any text fields populated with item numbers are validated against the database (which is DB2 by the way) and valid items are then added to the shopping cart along with the quantity specified for each one. The following page is purely for testing and development purposes, but helps to show what I am trying to accomplish. Categories.asp and go to quick order entry on the tabbed panel object. I was hoping to utilize DataAssist in some fashion for this, but unfortunately it does not support DB2 databases. My main issue at this point is being able to filter or create a new recordset of the user entered item numbers from the text fields. I can hard code a recordset with one item number and successfully add that to the cart with the corresponding quantity, but beyond that I am kind of stumped. Thanks!!

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