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Moving From ASP > PHP Ecart 4 to 5?

Thread began 2/28/2011 4:48 pm by Art | Last modified 3/04/2011 12:42 pm by Art | 1280 views | 5 replies


Moving From ASP > PHP Ecart 4 to 5?

So now I'm considering getting out of this "vintage" language (ASP) and moving to PHP with PowerStore. I've been dreading this move for years but things are simply getting too challenging now that I'm trying to connect up to a payment gateway with shipping quotes.

I have two big issues:

  1. Forwarding old ASP pages to new PHP pages when there's no 1 to 1 relationship. I could probably replicate these pages in PHP but I'm not so sure I really want to continue supporting a "bloated" list of pages.
  2. Transferring 3500 products over from MsSQL to MySQL is the other issue. My big concern is setting up products with "Options." d

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