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How can I create a "bundled" group of products with options that are added to the cart as a single object?

Thread began 8/28/2013 8:07 pm by troyd | Last modified 9/11/2013 11:09 am by troyd | 771 views | 7 replies

troyd

Thank you Jason,

A couple of followup questions as I explore this idea.
Would you create a new eCart object or alter the currently functioning cart? I need to allow the user to "Continue Shopping" as usual even with the bundle in the cart.
Can two carts be merged at some point during the checkout process, or am I over thinking this again?

I see where you are going with this. The main item would be setup as if it where the product and everything else would be like an option that affects the price incrementally. Right? If so, what would I do with the items that have options themselves? It's like an option within an option. Would you break those options out as individual items rather than using the select lists?

Bravo on pointing out that there is no need for the check boxes here. They where carried over from when I tried the multiple insert method and I just didn't realize I didn't need them anymore. Funny how that happens. It's always good to have someone look at what you are doing.

This helped me a lot and I appreciate it. If you don't mind the additional questions, I will give this a try.

Thanks,
TroyD

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