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Display order value on confirmation email

Thread began 5/24/2012 5:03 pm by bill3786 | Last modified 5/25/2012 11:22 am by Jason Byrnes | 405 views | 2 replies |

bill3786

Display order value on confirmation email

Once a customer places an order the payment respose from worldpay generates a confirmation email which is sent to the customer. This email displays the details of the order from a recordset linked to the orders and orderdetails tables.

The email displays the order subtotal before tax from the orders table but the client also wants to display the order value (sum of the cost of all the products before any charges).

Can this be displayed on the email or does it need to be passed to worldpay as a custom variable.

Attached are the confirm page and the email body.

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confirm.zip
waue_wp_payment_response_4.zip
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bill3786

I have now got the order value to display on the confirmation email.

Please could you confirm that this is the correct way to do this, it seems to work OK.

Added a custom variable to the confirm page to be sent to worldpay as below

<input type="hidden" name="MC_ordervalue" id="MC_ordervalue" value="<?php echo $eCart1->TotalColumn("TotalPrice") ?>" />

Then added
<?php echo (number_format((isset($_POST["MC_ordervalue"]))?$_POST["MC_ordervalue"]:"",2))?>

to display the order value to two decimal places on the confirmation email which is sent to the customer.

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Jason ByrnesWebAssist

yes, that looks correct.

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