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eCart5 - "Add To Cart" button setup

Thread began 4/06/2010 7:30 pm by Bruce | Last modified 4/14/2010 6:51 pm by Bruce | 1888 views | 16 replies

Eric Mittman

In the screen shots that you posted the name of the form variable should be eCart1_1_ID_Add, this is what I meant but I used the term value instead. When you test it for the test value you would use any valid id from that table.

I did some testing of this functionality and can confirm that it seems to be working correctly. Mine is setup a little different that yours is though. Here is what I did. I first added the recordset to the page. Next I added the add to cart button from the eCart insert bar. I choose the lookup item from recordset option, then in the bindings tab I bound the cart column with the corresponding column from my recordset. Once that was finished I highlighted the form on the page and added a repeat region.

When I had mine setup like this click on the add to cart button for any of the items got the correct item to be added to the cart.

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