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Thread began 10/08/2009 3:28 pm by tim.wolak331163 | Last modified 10/08/2009 7:38 pm by Jason Byrnes | 649 views | 1 replies |


record set bindings

Hi all,

I'm new to ecart and databases and need a little help. I have a store with dog food, each dry food has 6lbs, 18lbs and 38lbs bags each with a different price, name and description. do I just create one table for everything? Using ecart do I create a dynamic drop down for the different bag's and then when you select a bag and click add to cart how do I get the correct price? Any help/advice would be great. Thank you in advance.


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Jason ByrnesWebAssist

Since the names and descriptions will also change with each bag size, It would be simplest to create a separate record in the database for each one.

If these are the only three products you are going to be selling, there is no need to crate a database, you can just place three add to cart server behaviors on the products page, and hard code the details for name, description and price.

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