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Inserting eCart 5 into existing website

Thread began 3/09/2010 11:14 pm by Bruce | Last modified 3/23/2010 12:02 pm by Bruce | 6584 views | 39 replies

Jason ByrnesWebAssist

1) yes, the html p[ages will need to converted to php pages. this simply done by changing the file extension to .php:



2) No, you will have one cart object.

Think in terms of a brick and mortar store.

The cart object is basically akin to the shopping cart trolly you push up one isle of products and down the other.

You pick an item off the shelf and add it to the cart trolly by using the add to cart button.

3) The products tabel contains columns for the Item name, item description, prices, etc….

A recordset is comprised of two main components:
the SELECT statement and the FROM statement:

FROM products

The SELECT statements determines which columns will be returned. The "*" means All Columns. The FROMN Statement determines which tabel the information is coming from.

When you insert the Add to cart button server behavior to the page, you will be able to bind the cart columns to the columns from the products recordset.

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