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Ajax update quantity on cart javascript error

Thread began 2/06/2014 9:18 pm by Miguel | Last modified 2/07/2014 9:46 am by Miguel | 525 views | 3 replies


Ajax update quantity on cart javascript error

Hello Webassist team, im getting an error with the ajax update quantity link it gives me this error:

Timestamp: 2/6/2014 9:21:13 PM
Error: SyntaxError: syntax error
Source File: http://localhost/site/WA_eCart/js/eC_Display.js
Line: 32, Column: 16
Source Code:
var ecart_obj = <?xml version="1.0" encoding="UTF-8"?>

For more info the site im making is under bootstrap 3.x and jquery

I created the cart page on an empty documents without any javascripts but the ones generated by ecart, it also happened on a clean page.

The error is also displaying when clicking the remove link

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