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Thread began 3/15/2010 6:59 am by julie.skelton390139 | Last modified 5/13/2010 8:51 pm by julie.skelton390139 | 3467 views | 39 replies

julie.skelton390139

Ok, had a go at step 5,

I added a third recordset as follows:

Name: Recordset1
Table: productoptions
Columns: All
Filter: ProductOptionID = Form Variable - ProductOptionID

Then in my Add to Cart bindings I set the Size column to <?php echo $row_options['size']; ?> and my PriceIncrement column to <?php echo ((isset($_POST["options"]))?$_POST["options"]:""); ?>

I then added a calculation for RealPrice:
[PriceIncrement] + [Price]

and changed Price to:
[PriceIncrement] + [Price] * [Quantity]

Now the cart page is taking the PriceIncrement from the size option that is selected and then adding these to to give a RealPrice which is displaying in the Price column. However one thing I can't seem to do is get the Size that is chosen to display in the Cart details? Have I done the above correct?

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