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Need Total Number of items in eCart using ASP.

Thread began 7/27/2016 9:54 am by bjgarner241692 | Last modified 7/28/2016 10:40 pm by Ray Borduin | 204 views | 4 replies |

bjgarner241692

Need Total Number of items in eCart using ASP.

I have found some references in PHP, but I am struggling to find this variable in ASP.

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bjgarner241692

Still struggling with this.
I tried this: <%=(UBound(eCart1.Items))%>
but that is actually lines in the cart so 3 different products reports as 3 no matter how many of each you add.
There must me a variable that will count individual items.

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Ray BorduinWebAssist

I forget the exact syntax, but if you look at the cart page where the total price is displayed, you can use a similar syntax to show the total of the Quantity field instead.

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bjgarner241692

<%=WA_eCart_DisplayMoney(eCart1, WA_eCart_GrandTotal(eCart1))%>

Isn't GrandTotal a calculation?
That would help but I don't see how to set up the calculation either.

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bjgarner241692

Got it!
<%=WA_eCart_TotalColumn(eCart1, "Quantity")%>

Thanks Ray!

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