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2 carts and killing individual sessions.

Thread began 2/19/2014 12:12 pm by m79618373377 | Last modified 2/19/2014 1:17 pm by Jason Byrnes | 219 views | 1 replies |

m79618373377

2 carts and killing individual sessions.

I have used 2 cart objects on my website each with individual cart, checkout and checkout success pages using sessions (not cookies). For example's sake these objects can be called Cart A and Cart B.

As it stands if a user submits cart A I have put code (from examples in this forum) in Cart A's success page that kills the session. However, this also kills Cart B's session if the user has been adding to this as well.

In this example, I would like to only kill the Cart A session, leaving Cart B intact if the user wishes to go back and submit this. Is there anyway of doing this? I do have Data Bridge but all I can see Session wise when looking at 'clear session values' is the various checkout form fields the User enters on this page as there appears to be no session created for either Cart A or B. Therefore I'm not really sure this can help.

Any help appreciated.

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Jason ByrnesWebAssist

you can use the Clear cart behavior to clear a specific cart.

after adding it to the success page, it will get added above the doctype tag, you should it to be below the </html> tag.

you will also want to use the clear session variable behavior to clear the Order ID session that gets created by the store order summary behavior if you are storing the order information at checkout.

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