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order history in database

Thread began 2/11/2011 1:52 am by mdsayeed_u394092 | Last modified 2/11/2011 7:25 am by Jason Byrnes | 893 views | 1 replies |


order history in database


Purchased items(form to database functionality) working fine, but there is bug/issue with this functionality. When my customer buying more than one items, ecart inserting contact details once but repeating product details(without contact details). So it is an issue, we dont know which visitors purchase what items

Hope you understand

Sample database like this

Productname price visitor name email
item1 usd 100 test visitor
item2 usd 140 (blank) (blank)
item3 usd 140 (blank) (blank)

something as this.

Please tell me how form details can insert into database more than one(when customer buy two or three items)

Kind Regards

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Jason ByrnesWebAssist

you should have 2 database tables:

your order details table should have a foreign key column that will create a relations ship between the order table and the order detail table

you should use the eCart Store order Summary to store the customer information into the order table. In the Store order summary set the key Column to the be the Primary key column of the order table. make not of the name of the store as value.

Use the eCart Store Order Details to store the order details information.

Set the key column to the Foriegn key column of the order details table.

see the creating an order history tutorial on the eCart support page.

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