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How to display SubTotal, Discounts and Charges once an order is completed using data from the Order and OrderDetails table?

Thread began 4/17/2014 12:13 pm by Nathon Jones Web Design | Last modified 4/17/2014 1:22 pm by Jason Byrnes | 292 views | 3 replies |

Nathon Jones Web Design

How to display SubTotal, Discounts and Charges once an order is completed using data from the Order and OrderDetails table?

We are trying to build a CMS and we'd like customers, and the site owner, to be able to review orders.

What is the easiest way to display the SubTotal, Discounts and Charges once an order is completed? These details aren't stored in the Order or OrderDetails tables so should I just add them as additional fields in the Order table and bind them to the cart values for SubTotal, Discounts and Charges?

Appreciate the advice. Thank you.
NJ

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Jason ByrnesWebAssist

  so should I just add them as additional fields in the Order table and bind them to the cart values for SubTotal, Discounts and Charges?  



yes, that is correct. you should have a column in the order table for the total, discounts, charges and use the corresponding cart bindings in the store order summary behavior.

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Nathon Jones Web Design

Does the Store Order Summary behaviour appear on anything other than the confirm.php page?

Within the CMS that I'm building, I have successfully displayed the Order and OrderDetail information. Can you let me know how I display the total price for each unique product though? The OrderDetail table saves the Unit Price (TruePrice in our case) and Quantity so I think I need to do some kind of calculation on the page such as:
<?php echo $row_rsORDERDETAIL['LEDDetailQuantity']; ?> * <?php echo $row_rsORDERDETAIL['LEDDetailPrice']; ?>

Also, for my float value fields, I've been editing the recordset occurrence from, for example, £<?php echo $row_rsORDERDETAIL['LEDDetailPrice']; ?> to £<?php echo money_format('%i', $row_rsORDERDETAIL['LEDDetailPrice']); ?>. Is that the correct approach? If not, what would you advise?

Thank you.
NJ

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Jason ByrnesWebAssist

you would do the math for the total price as:

Total Price: <?php echo($row_rsORDERDETAIL['LEDDetailQuantity'] * $row_rsORDERDETAIL['LEDDetailPrice']); ?>

yes, using the money format function is the correct approach

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