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Order and Users Administrative Pages

Thread began 2/14/2011 10:41 pm by stprix49407889 | Last modified 2/15/2011 7:00 am by Jason Byrnes | 719 views | 1 replies |


Order and Users Administrative Pages

I created index.php website. I have created my products tables in DA frontend and backend. Now I have made with the public DA layout the following tables:

Orders (detail, results, search, update)
Order Details (detail, results, update)
Users (detail, results, update)

I am not sure if I choose the correct pages for each, nor do I know if I really need Order Details. Also on the detail pages I choose Standard , Title None, Header None. But then the binding of product name, price etc are default. Is what I have done correct?

I would appreciate feedback on what I pages I really need to create in the Administrative DA layout corresponding to Orders, Order Details and Users.



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Jason ByrnesWebAssist

There really is not _one_ way to answer your question, it all depends on what you are trying to accomplish.

those are the correct pages to create if they accomplish your goal.

are you trying to create an order history page? if so, see the "Creating an Order History page" tutorial on the eCart support page:

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