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Sum TotalWeight at Checkout

Thread began 10/02/2009 11:22 pm by ninetyplus | Last modified 11/30/2009 7:45 pm by ninetyplus | 3534 views | 10 replies


Total Shipping Weight Function

I am using 4.5.2 with php and MySQL.

I do not seem to have a math "fuction" that Eric mentioned, on any of may eCart generated pages to calulate the combined TotalWeight for all the items in the cart. I can echo the value on the page and it only displays the weight of the first item. I am shipping with UPS with automatic rate lookup. The rate returns correct for the TotalWeight value which is bound to their configuration setting.

Does anyone have a copy of the code block that adds the weights of all the items that are in the cart and the code (mentioned in this post) to assign its value the the TotalWeight cart->DispalyInfo("TotalWeight")???

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