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eCart step 5 of 6 in the field Quantity what is that for?

Thread began 12/03/2009 12:06 pm by xberniex250371773 | Last modified 12/03/2009 4:36 pm by Ray Borduin | 588 views | 1 replies |


eCart step 5 of 6 in the field Quantity what is that for?

eCart step 5 of 6 in the field Quantity what is that for? The reason why I ask is because I want to beable to calculate multi items on one order by weight every 40Lbs. = one box so if a customer orders an order that weighs 160Lbs the calculators knows to divide it by 40lbs so there would be 3 packages at 40lbs x the cost of each package. Is there a way to do that?

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Ray BorduinWebAssist

I'd try setting the quantity to the total weight divided by 40. Something like:

<?php echo (($eCart1->TotalColumn("TotalWeight")<40)?$eCart1->TotalColumn("TotalWeight"):$eCart1->TotalColumn("TotalWeight")/40); ?>

Then set the weight value to:
<?php echo (($eCart1->TotalColumn("TotalWeight")<40)?$eCart1->TotalColumn("TotalWeight"):40); ?>

That may work... The only thing I'm not sure of is it might complain about having a decimal in the quantity field and you might need to use:
<?php echo (($eCart1->TotalColumn("TotalWeight")<40)?$eCart1->TotalColumn("TotalWeight"):ceil($eCart1->TotalColumn("TotalWeight")/40)); ?>

In both there will be slight issues. The first technique... if it worked... would assume that a 1lb package was 1/40 the price of a 40lb package. The second technique would charge for a 40lb package even if it only needed a 1lb package... like if someone orderd 41lbs of goods it would treat it as two 40 lb packages.

There is no way to get around this limitation without editing the code by hand.

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