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Store Ecart data in a Database

Thread began 9/05/2012 9:51 am by sabastian130416448 | Last modified 9/10/2012 11:49 am by sabastian130416448 | 1162 views | 3 replies


Store Ecart data in a Database

I am looking for a pdf or a forum post where it gives details or rather a guide on how to save your cart with multiple products.

The products are taken from a dynamic table and a database with multiple tables housing the different products.

My whole online shop is working perfectly but am now looking to save my customers carts in the database so that they are able to continue shopping after they have closed their browser.

I had a look at using cookies but they are really limited in the amount of products that can be saved.

Each customer's order needs to be in a single row in the table so that I don't end up with hundreds of rows in the table.

Thanx in advance.

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