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product name not showing in cart

Thread began 8/22/2013 9:17 am by YellowCircleWeb | Last modified 8/22/2013 10:26 am by YellowCircleWeb | 340 views | 2 replies |


product name not showing in cart


We're creating a website that allows users to order product samples. We're using eCart to handle the shopping basket section and another web framework to build the actual pages.

When I add a product to the cart it gets added, I can see this because the correct the product ID is passed to the checkboxes for removing a product, but the product name is not showing up.

The binding we are using is from the Ecart object not from a recordset. When I tried it with the recordset it did pull out the product name, but only for the 1 product because the repeat region uses the eCart object.

I've attached a copy of the page (ignore the weird URL redirect in code, it has to be in this format for the framework we are using)
You can also view the site pages here:!/showproductdetails?ProductID=31&name=H-Eldorado

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Jason ByrnesWebAssist

In the add to cart button behavior, the Name Column is not bound to anything.

Edit the add to art button behavior, on the bindings tab, selct the name column, click the lightning bolt icon and select the name column of the rsGetProductDetails recordset.

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Thank you Jason.
I think I left my brain at home today. Surprisingly, once I bound a value to it, it worked!

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