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Thread began 10/14/2012 3:05 am by brentkeithtaylor415603 | Last modified 1/23/2013 1:29 am by brentkeithtaylor415603 | 1049 views | 6 replies

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From the error listed it would appear that it will not process due to the fact that the items price does not match the cart total.

Error Message - The totals of the cart item amounts do not match order amounts.10413Error2.203926908" }

I am in Australia so the Tax is included in the price. I followed TAX rule forum here and it would appear thats the reason why it does not work. Basically the add to cart button is static and set at $30. The ecart object Total Price calculation has been adjusted by adding *(1/1.1) on to the end of the calculation. GST (tax) has been set up as total number of unique items in the cart and > than 0 is selected. Calculation is set to based on the cart subtotal and then multiplied by 0.1.

For the cart to display correctly I have also added *1.1 to the totalprice ("TotalPrice")*1.1). I have done this both on the shopping cart and checkout pages.

So although the prices appear to match in the cart and everything displays perfectly paypal will not except it. If I remove the *(1/1.1) from the ecart object Price calculation the payment goes through but the amounts are totally wrong.

So how can I get the item amount to match the cart amount? have tried to use a formula in the add to cart button but it ignores it.

Any help would be great. Also does the new ecart include australian GST inbuilt as I may look at upgrading if it does.

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