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Few questions about e-cart capability

Thread began 6/26/2009 3:35 am by russell298997 | Last modified 6/26/2009 10:02 am by russell298997 | 1172 views | 6 replies

russell298997

thanks ray.

the two key things will be the drop-down menu for versions so users can select which version they add to cart, and the vat/non-vat requirement.

could you give me an idea of what would be involved in the drop-down menu/add to cart button as that's a fundamental requirement, and presumably many other users would need the same thing? the product table and version tables are all in place and working on the page, but i need to add the "add to cart" behaviour to the drop-down list - how would i go about it?

so far as the vat/non vat calculation is concerned, my intention would be to add a field to product table with values 1=vat, or 0=non-vat. i presume e-cart would then allow some kind of rule/calculation along the lines of "if value = 1 add vat amount of 15%, if value =0, add no vat amount.....or something along those lines..?

thanks

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