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Options Determine Price - Price Based on Quantity

Thread began 9/24/2009 3:09 pm by christy342106 | Last modified 9/29/2009 7:31 pm by christy342106 | 3478 views | 5 replies


Calculation for final price

Thanks for your reply to get me headed in the right direction. I do have a dynamic site with only one 'add to cart' button, so I agree that it would be best to just add a calculation to determine the final price.

I have created a table in my database to populate the list of various quantities for the customer to choose from - "set of 20", "set of 40", etc. I created a new column in the cart to bind this list to. I now find myself on the cart page with the quantity column and updatable text field for the customer to use for any other item other than greeting cards. I also have this same issue on the detail page where the quantity text field and quantity select list are now both visible. I'm assuming that I should have a show if statement to make either the text field quantity OR the select list quantity available?

My next hurdle will be making the actual calculation to add the additional values for the final price. Quantity * Price + the value from the select list. I have a table in the database, "cardquantity", with fields, "QuanID", "AvailQuan" (description for select list), "QuanPrice", and "ItemCatID". Am I just adding the "QuanPrice" field value to the price calculation in the cart?

Thanks for all of your help and advice.

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