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Store Cart Summary in Database . . .

Thread began 7/17/2009 8:41 am by wetware | Last modified 7/17/2009 10:33 pm by wetware | 1152 views | 4 replies |

wetware

Store Cart Summary in Database . . .

. . . can this be accomplished via eCart in a static environment that has a "one-way" database? eg. a database that is populated by the transaction (adding to one recordset?) results?
This is a "start-from-scratch" project for an existing site (one eCart object) . . .
Thanks in advance . . .

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Ray BorduinWebAssist

I don't fully understand your description. There is no webassist wizard that does this for you, so the better question is can you do it with eCart not can eCart do it, and I'd need to hear you describe exactly what you are trying to do more clearly before I could convince myself that you can be successful.

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wetware

Oops . . .

. . . can a transaction (incl. details) be "saved" to a place where the site owner can then cull info (e-mail addresses, items sold, etc.) for future study/use?
This e-commerce store is currently a static site . . .

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Ray BorduinWebAssist

Yes, eCart comes with server behaviors that can be used to store transaction history in the database that you can then expose to users or administrators.

You need to use a database.

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wetware

Future considerations . . .

. . . Thanks, Ray!
Am trying to answer client's requests before they get around to asking/needing them . . .

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