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Error editing eCart 3 with eCart 4

Thread began 8/26/2009 7:43 pm by beyondconcepts256352 | Last modified 9/01/2009 7:39 pm by Eric Mittman | 794 views | 3 replies |

beyondconcepts256352

Error editing eCart 3 with eCart 4

I have an older site that was build with eCart 3. I need to update the shopping cart with a discount. Any edits to anything in the store throws the following error on the shopping cart.

Microsoft JScript runtime error '800a138f'

Object expected

/copperscapes/shoppingcart.asp, line 236

Line 236 reads
<td align="right" class="S3B_OrderLineItem"><%=WA_eCart_DisplayMoney(CSCart, WAEC_NCStateSalesTax())%></td>

So something has changed in the way the taxed are handled.

What is the best way to fix this, without killing everything and starting over...which nobody will pay for.

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Eric Mittman

If this is on the cart display page it may be best to just create a new cart display on the page and remove the one that is having problems. Have you upgraded the cart object to use the newer version?

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beyondconcepts256352

I have not updated anything. Is there a specific process/steps that I should follow or just redo everything?

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Eric Mittman

The things that you may need to update if you use the new eCart are the cart display, and anywhere on the site where there is a reference to the charge rules, specifically the taxes and shipping.

Other than this your old cart should work with eCart 4. It is always best practice to make a copy of the files for the site before you update them.

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