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data assist ecart & search

Thread began 11/17/2009 2:02 pm by chaintm153675 | Last modified 11/19/2009 5:25 pm by chaintm153675 | 1117 views | 5 replies


data assist ecart & search

When using the below code and attempting to add a cart button, it seems to mess up the whole process. Concept here is simple, I need to add a search to a page like this...


to pages that have the cart like this...


however this is the page done so and errors...



which currently supports the ecart system. However, if I attempt to add a search function to this using data assist. I get nothing but errors, so then I went ahead and below started fresh with the search first then adding the cart next. From what I can tell, it seems that the cart doesn't like the fact I am using a search function within the recordset that is changed from your standard recordset. While I thought about using a different recordset, the issue then would be how to ID that with the colums and rows which as you know you can't do. So in this, how do I tie a cart to a search result? Is that even possible with webassist products? If not, I guess this means hardcoding?

Here are some pages you can look at that have the search feild intact, please ignore the graphics as well for obvious reason, search box is on top right, just enter anything and press enter. I want that type of searching (got the indexing and paging down) but with the above mentioned add item to cart button. Seems farly simple, but sadly nothing but issues.
I will be adding this search feature throughout this site.

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