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Adding More Columns in eCart Object?

Thread began 4/08/2009 10:36 am by Art | Last modified 7/16/2010 7:42 am by Art | 4229 views | 16 replies


Adding More Columns in eCart Object?

My site has many pages and I am faced with the fact that I need to add a few more columns to the eCart Object. I'm building a coupon discount that is based on the category of the item but I don't currently have that built in. The problem, of course, if I do this and upload it, none of my pages will work and I'll have a mess on my hands. Consequently, what I need to do, before uploading the cart definitions, is go into each page and fire up the eEcart behavior in each page.

NOTICE: I wish this part (above) could be built into an include so by updating one you update all...

1. Is there an easier way of doing this without having to go into each page and fire up the eCart behavior?
2. Can I just add a couple more generic columns that aren't linked to anything so I don't have to do this all over when the case arises?

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