Disregard...I made the change in the eCart object to reflect weight in lieu of totalweight. The cart is calculating shipping correctly now. Thank you so much!!!!
However, our company uses the cart for workshops and training courses which do not require shipping. When i attempted to test the new eCart settings to pay for one of our workshop classes, an error popped up..."(75) the freight amount is invalid"
This error is an Authorize.net error code.
When I saw this, I went back to my workshops.php file and modified the recordset to include a weight column and made sure that the value was set to "0" for all our courses (so that a shipping charge would not apply.
Well, at first, things were looking fine until the Auth.net spit back the error that the freight amount is invalid. You should know that I have not attempted to change the code associated with the local auth.net setup in my confirm.php file. I would venture to guess that shipping values or lack thereof are not being recognized in some way by the Auth.net payment form or the confirm.php form.
My request is how do I get my workshops to pass through to the auth.net payment form and remove the freight error?
For your convenience, I have included my hrworkshops.php and confirm.php files.
Jason, thank you for your continued assistance. Your help has been most valuable!