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ecart Object setup for delivery cost based on cart weight

Thread began 10/21/2014 2:32 pm by Christopher West | Last modified 10/21/2014 4:22 pm by Christopher West | 619 views | 7 replies

Christopher WestCommunity Expert

ok that part I understand, but in the eCart Object how would I create the calculation (I do remember a while back when I tried to put calculations in the Shipping tab I had issues.

at the moment eCart Wizard has generated the following in the shipping tab (should i ammend these or create a new rule)
Shipping & Handling
Shipping & Handling per item

also in the Columns tab I see Weight is defined. (I assume I dont need to change anything in this tab)
Name = Weight ; Type = Weight (and Unique checkbox is unseleted)

In the calculations tab the default is: (I assume I dont need to add anything in this tab)
TotalWeight = [Weight] * [Quantity] Weight
TotalPrice = [Price] * [Quantity] Currency
FullDetails = [Quantity] . '' . [Name] . '( [ID] . ')'

So I just need direction on how to configure the calculation in the Shipping tab of the eCart object.


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