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Inserting eCart 5 into existing website

Thread began 3/10/2010 2:14 am by Bruce | Last modified 3/23/2010 3:02 pm by Bruce | 4105 views | 39 replies


I tried importing .csv database but I got this error message:
'Invalid field count in CSV input on line 1.'

If I do as you suggested.
Question 1:
Should I insert my product's information one by one in this table for each field?

Question 2:
If the answer of question 1 is Yes, what should I assign to Function field? and I guess I have to insert my product's info in 'Value' section,is that correct?

Question 3:
How and what should I assign to 'Ignore' section of the table?

Question 4:

Regarding my database,I would like to have a column with thumbnail image of each product (I want to show in eCart a small thumbnail image with in checkout page ). Is 'ProductThumb' correct column name?

Question 5:
I attached my database(zip file) in my previous post as you requested. Did you have time to see if it was ok and there was not something wrong?
I want just to make sure if my database is correctly done.

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