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Multiple sub domain, one database

Thread began 12/01/2009 2:41 am by victor278184 | Last modified 12/01/2009 1:27 pm by Jason Byrnes | 717 views | 1 replies |


Multiple sub domain, one database

another case that we would like to do is i would like to create an online store, but i have another domain that focus on specific categories...

let say the main store is and my other domain is

how can i transfer the cart i made in to

database item from is taken from , so basically the data is about the same...

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Jason ByrnesWebAssist

So the person adds an item to the cart at and you want to transfer the cart contents to

This is basicly the same idea as transferring cart contents to an SSL server on another domain.

See the "Secure Socket Layer (SSL) and eCart sites" tutorial on the how to section of the eCart support page:

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