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Setting up secure and non-secure for eCart

Thread began 5/04/2009 9:09 pm by shiftyzero-25 | Last modified 5/08/2009 8:50 am by shiftyzero-25 | 1888 views | 2 replies


Setting up secure and non-secure for eCart

I currently was tasked by client to setup a seperate folder for secured transactions on an already live site. When we first launched the website it was configured for one namespace e.g. and Now the client wants to change to and The task is to get ecart to maintain items in the cart when switching back and forth between each namespace. My question is would i have to create two WA_eCart folders for each namespace? Can i keep the existing WA_eCart folder in the non-secure namespace and link to it on the secured namespace? Please help. Here's how it's setup. We have two folders one for the secured site and the other for the non-secured site. We are using a dedicated server so total control of naming conventions are all up to us. The non-secured site contains the add to cart pages, but the cart page is in the secured folder. How do we get the add to cart buttons to work? Please help!!

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