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Can't get to checkout

Thread began 4/19/2012 6:32 am by russell298997 | Last modified 4/20/2012 2:39 pm by Jason Byrnes | 660 views | 3 replies |

russell298997

Can't get to checkout

Hi,

Am using eCart 4.52 and amending some cart pages perviously created. FOr some reason I cant get the mybasket.asp cart page to pass to checkout.asp and onwards. It just stays at mybasket.asp.

the live test site is index2.asp


Can you spot what I've done wrong from the attached files?

Thanks for your help as ever guys!

Attached Files
cart_files.zip
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Jason ByrnesWebAssist

on the checkout page, you have the following code at lines 47 - 58:

<%
if (WA_eCart_IsEmpty(QuoteCart2)) then
QuoteCart2_redirStr = "mybasket.asp"'_redirStr
QuoteCart2_cartAction = "RedirectIfEmpty"
end if
%>
<%
if (WA_eCart_IsEmpty(EFTCMain)) then
EFTCMain_redirStr = "mybasket.asp"'_redirStr
EFTCMain_cartAction = "RedirectIfEmpty"
end if
%>



it looks like you have 2 cart objects in your site, EFTCMain, and QuoteCart2. This code will set the cart to redirect to the mybasket.asp page if one of those carts is empty. you should probably remove the redirect code for the quoteCart2 object:
<%
if (WA_eCart_IsEmpty(QuoteCart2)) then
QuoteCart2_redirStr = "mybasket.asp"'_redirStr
QuoteCart2_cartAction = "RedirectIfEmpty"
end if
%>

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russell298997

thanks also...

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russell298997

added note

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russell298997

ignore me

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russell298997

second issue

hi, fixed the first issue.

i had to rerun checkout wizard to include shipping address option.

when i try to go from mybasket.asp to checkout.asp it throws up

Microsoft OLE DB Provider for ODBC Drivers error '80040e10'

[Microsoft][ODBC Microsoft Access Driver] Too few parameters. Expected 1.

/checkout.asp, line 101

line 101 seeems to be a menu recordset which i wouldnt have thought was relevant. the rror is obviously to do with some disparity between the data and the dBase columns? just cant see what it is tho....?

Attached Files
ecartfiles.zip
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Jason ByrnesWebAssist

this error ussually happens if a column the recordset SQL does not exist in the access database:


the SQL for the menu recordset is:
"SELECT * FROM tblMenuSubcat ORDER BY Mfr ASC, MenuSubcat ASC"

double check the tblMenuSubcat table to make sure it contains each of the Mfr and MenuSubcat columns being referenced in the ORDER BY cluase.

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