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Shipping prices

Thread began 3/21/2010 1:32 pm by ronald_franklin366888 | Last modified 3/26/2010 5:19 pm by ronald_franklin366888 | 866 views | 6 replies

ronald_franklin366888

Originally Said By: Jason Byrnes
  well, setting a per item shipping price is a little different.


you need to add a new cart column in the eCart object for shippingPrice, and add this column into the products database as well.

in the add to cart button server behavior, bind the shippingPrice cart column to the shipping price column in the products recordset.


on the calculation column of the eCart object, you need to create a new calculation called TotalShipping:
[shippingprice] * [Quantity]

The shipping rule you create on the shipping tab will still use the same trigger, but the calculation will be:
Based on Column Subtotal - Subtotal of "TotalShipping" "plus" "0"  


So this meaning that the way the shipping will be caculated will be based of the additonal information I need to add to the system.

I have a few questions about this.

Firslty I have no idea how to 'Bind' the ShippingPrice Cart and Shipping Price Columns.
Secondly What is the best method/program to be editing Ecart?
Thridly,The caucalution you refer to to do I just input the information you have lised above : TotalShipping: [shippingprice] * [Quantity]

Thanks again for your help. I really want to go with PS3 and Ecart but if it gets to be to much I will have to look at other companies.

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