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identify last item added to cart

Thread began 8/09/2010 2:04 pm by CraigR | Last modified 8/09/2010 3:13 pm by Jason Byrnes | 780 views | 3 replies |

CraigRBeta Tester

identify last item added to cart

i thought of looping through the cart array to retrieve this information, is there a quicker and easier way to do this ?

thanks

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Jason ByrnesWebAssist

eCart has a built in function you can use to move to the last item added:

php:
$CartName->MoveLast();


However, i just found a bug in this. To get the MoveLast function to work, you will need to edit the WA_eCart_Definition_PHP.php file.

change:

php:
function MoveLast()     {
    if (!$this->IsEmpty())     {
      $this->DisplayIndex = sizeof($this->Items.length) - 1;
    }
  }



to:

php:
function MoveLast()     {
    if (!$this->IsEmpty())     {
      $this->DisplayIndex = sizeof($this->Items) - 1;
    }
  }



After moving to the end of the cart array, you should reposition to the pointer at the beginning:

php:
<?php $CartName->MoveLast(); echo($CartName->DisplayInfo("Name")); $CartName->MoveFirst()?>




other functions you may find useful:
Move to the first item added to the cart:

php:
$CartName->MoveFirst();



Move to the next Cart item

php:
$CartName->MoveNext();



Move to the previous cart item

php:
$CartName->MovePrevious();



check if you are in the first Cart item

php:
if($CartName->BOF());



check if you are in the last Cart item

php:
if($CartName->EOF());
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CraigRBeta Tester

thanks Jason.

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Jason ByrnesWebAssist

you're welcome

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