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Now have ecart4.5.2 - should I upgrade to ecart5?

Thread began 12/08/2010 8:44 am by JBWebWorks | Last modified 12/09/2010 7:15 am by JBWebWorks | 1255 views | 3 replies


Now have ecart4.5.2 - should I upgrade to ecart5?

I currently have ecart version 4.5.2 and have several sites developed with it. I have had no problems at all with this version; everything works great.

I am starting a site with a cart which will have options and the options will affect the price (not used that before)
I have started reading the product options with eCart and downloaded and installed the WebAssist Free eCommerce MySQL database.

My question is before I get into developing the cart for this site, what reason would I want to upgrade to ecart5?
If I did upgrade, would it have any affect on the previous carts, if I have to edit the cart object on the previous carts?

Jim Balthrop

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