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What pattern do I need to jQuery Validate a value less than a particular number?

Thread began 5/23/2014 12:59 pm by Nathon Jones Web Design | Last modified 5/30/2014 3:18 am by Nathon Jones Web Design | 3444 views | 26 replies

Jason ByrnesWebAssist

An ID isn't necessary for a button to work, it is by design that the eCart did not add one. to hide or show the button, an id needs to be added.

in the example code above, there is already code to hide or show the button, based on the ID "LEDCart_1_ATCButton":

document.getElementById("LEDCart_1_ATCButton").style.display = "none"

your form uses the id LEDCart_1_ATCButton, so the button ID needs to be unique. in the code i used LEDCart_1_ATCButton

as for the inventory, yes, you will need to tap into the recordset that ray created and use custom javascript to hide and show the add to cart based on the remaining inventory. Where this is custom coding in place to lookup the price, you will need to go through Premiere support for help adding this addition.

To limit the quantity that can be added to the cart, you would need to have another column in the cart object for available quantity. In the add to cart button, store the available quantity for the item. then you can create a calculation that rests the quantity to the available quantity if the user tries to add a value above it, for example:

abs([Quantity] > [AvailableQuantity])?[Quantity] = [AvailableQuantity]:''

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