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Multiple Cart Objects, or multiple store details in database?

Thread began 10/28/2016 11:18 am by Brendan | Last modified 10/28/2016 1:44 pm by Ray Borduin | 209 views | 1 replies |

Brendan

Multiple Cart Objects, or multiple store details in database?

I have been using a single cart for all of my clients different events, and we are at a point where i think it would make sense to store the records for each event in its own table. Example, they have an annual convention, their own industry training school, and now 2 certifications as well. If I want to store the data for each in its own table and am not sure what the easiest way to do this would be.

Can I have more than one cart object in a single site? Or do I need to find a way to have 3 separate checkout processes for the same cart object?

Thanks for your help, trying to plan this out and make the change before my orderdetails table has too many fields.

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Ray BorduinWebAssist

You can have as many carts as you want on a site. You could do separate checkout processes, or you could save a column in your cart to identify the tables to use. You could do it any number of ways it is just a matter of figuring out what database structure and user experience makes the most sense for your business.

If you wanted me to help, you could sign up for a premier support ticket and I'll review what you have and what you need and could help you design a new checkout to fit your needs.

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