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Setting Cart Content In PHP Variable (ARRAY)

Thread began 8/03/2012 1:30 pm by ZP | Last modified 8/06/2012 2:09 pm by Jason Byrnes | 537 views | 3 replies |


Setting Cart Content In PHP Variable (ARRAY)

Hi Support,

Im trying to set the cart contents in a PHP variable so I can email it to the customer.

Setting up the normal array is fine but I need to use the repeat cart function

while (!$eCart1->EOF()){

$eCart1->DisplayInfo("Quantity") "X" htmlentities($eCart1->DisplayInfo("Name"));


Any suggestions please....

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Jason ByrnesWebAssist

why not just add the Cart display to the email body and select to use an Email freindly display type?

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The email code / system I am using uses a special HTML mark up.

It can use:

AND POST however I cannot use POST for this page.

So I am looking to put the content is some REQUEST variable but I need the cart looper with the code.

Thanks in advance.

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Jason ByrnesWebAssist

inside the loop, assign the cart values to your variable. for example:

$myVariable = "";
while (!$eCart1->EOF()){

$myVariable = $myVariable . "Quantity: " . $eCart1->DisplayInfo("Quantity") . " Name: " . htmlentities($eCart1->DisplayInfo("Name")) . " ";


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