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Option Display in Cart

Thread began 5/12/2011 11:09 am by arule414626 | Last modified 5/12/2011 12:45 pm by Jason Byrnes | 652 views | 3 replies |

arule414626

Option Display in Cart

I have two different options for my product (one which changes the price). I followed the tutorial and it all works well except that I'm trying to diplay the options in my cart. The option which changes the price displays correctly as the optionName but the other option displays the productoptionID instead of the optionName. I figured if I changed this code:

$ATC_itemTime = "".$_POST["devres_cart_1_Time_Add"] ."";

to look like this:

$ATC_itemTime = "".$row_rsTime['OptionName'] ."";

it would work... but it doesn't. Can you tell me what I need to change in order for it to display correctly?

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Jason ByrnesWebAssist

It is probably just a matter of changing the select list on the add to cart button so that the option name is used for the value instead of the option ID.


In the select list settings, the option that _does not_ effect price should use the option name for the value and for the label.

For the option that _does_ effect the price, use the option ID as the Value, and the name as the label.

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arule414626

Thank you! That worked. I didn't know if there was a reason the value needed to be an integer or not.

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Jason ByrnesWebAssist

For the options that effect price, the value needs to be an integer for the Price Lookup recordset to function.

For items that do not effect price though, the value should be the same as the label.

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