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Duplicating Cart in other Domain without recreating?

Thread began 1/26/2010 10:27 am by Art | Last modified 2/21/2017 4:25 pm by Art | 1649 views | 10 replies


Duplicating Cart in other Domain without recreating?

I need to duplicate the shopping cart/checkout and all that in a new site but I don't want to recreate it from scratch. I have one site that's all set up on one domain.

This is the situation. We have one division that has a shopping cart page. A second division now needs it's own shopping cart on another domain name (same server). I need to, eventually, build a cart for this but for now, I want to just borrow from my original site and then, at checkout, have the page take the customer to my original site. In other words, the customer would select items on one site and then be sent to the login page of the other for checkout.

First of all, is it worth my time to try to get this to work or is it hopeless. If it will work, see below.

I tried copying the WA_eCart folder and then tried to apply the add to cart to the page but, of course, it's missing stuff.

Is there a thread on this? What has to be in place for something like this to work?

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