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what goes in the detail order id column of details behaviour?

Thread began 2/10/2010 5:16 pm by ant.knott394719 | Last modified 2/16/2010 4:55 pm by ant.knott394719 | 1669 views | 8 replies

ant.knott394719

Need a bit more info?

Just to clarify as i'm having a bit of difficulty understanding this area. i click on the lightning in the store summary behaviour of the confirm page. For the OrderRefID I select Session ID (not the MM_UseGroup session variable described in the tutorial) and for the OrderVisitorID i click the lightning and select the next one down (ID) .

In the store summary behaviour for DetailOrderID i click on the lightning and select under ecart the Session ID and for the ItemID i select ID. Let me know if this is correct or if i am meant to leave the DetailOrderID blank.

My only problem i have with this is that i was very pleased when i found the tip for using the date and random no for a reference number, <?php echo ((time() + rand())); ?>
this creates a number that isn't too short and isn't too long and will look good on the auto confirmation email that i am hoping to set up with universal email, the really long number that i've seen get generated looks terrible but if this is the best way to do it then this is how i'll do it. As long as everything works well, thats the main thing. I'll try the above whilst i'm waiting for a reply to see what happens.

pls note i've kept the top item on both behaviours (OrderID and DetailID) blank, i hope that is correct?

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