6 Replies Latest reply on Feb 22, 2008 8:18 AM by coldandfuzzy

    cartweaver modification

    brianism Level 1
      Hello All,
      I have a page outputting all products and I need to have the quantity boxes for each and 1 submit button. The idea is the user can go through the list and enter quanities quickly then order all at once. I have the page set up with a "Add to Cart" button for each product adn it works fine.

      I can't figure out how to have just one submit button and pass all of the different variables into Cartweaver's session. I am attaching the code in case anyone want's to glance over it...but there is so much coding there. I think I need a loop to loop through Cartweavers Add function....but can't figure out how to pass these variables from the form to begin with.

      If anyone has any suggestions of a method I need to use to accomplish this it would be greatly appreciated.
        • 1. Re: cartweaver modification
          MaryJo Level 1
          I believe the Cartweaver folks have their own support forum, you probably should post your question there, more likely to reach other users. Should be listed on their website under Support.

          Also, I doubt they would appreciate you posting their copyrighted code to a public forum. That's kind of a big no-no unless you have permission to do so.
          • 2. Re: cartweaver modification
            brianism Level 1
            Thanks for the info MaryJo. I will try a Cartweaver support forum.

            Shouldn't be a problem with posting the code. We purchased this from them and are allowed to use it anyway we like except to resell it.
            • 3. Re: cartweaver modification
              Level 7
              Thank you for posting this MaryJo. We appreciate it.

              Yes, posting this much code to a public forum wish a violation of our EULA.

              --
              Lawrence Cramer
              Cartweaver.com



              "MaryJo" <maryjo@cfwebstore.com> wrote in message
              news:el7ssf$dgj$1@forums.macromedia.com...
              > I believe the Cartweaver folks have their own support forum, you probably
              > should post your question there, more likely to reach other users. Should
              be
              > listed on their website under Support.
              >
              > Also, I doubt they would appreciate you posting their copyrighted code to
              a
              > public forum. That's kind of a big no-no unless you have permission to do
              so.
              >


              • 4. Re: cartweaver modification
                Level 7
                The EULA says sell it or "Give it away" - So no it's not ok.

                Anyway, no harm no foul. If you pop over to our newsgroup we will be glad
                to help you out. Although you still can't place this much code as our
                newsgroups are public too. That's what our support ticket system is for.
                Either way we'll be glad to help.

                Thanks!
                --
                Lawrence Cramer
                Cartweaver.com


                "brianism" <webforumsuser@macromedia.com> wrote in message
                news:el97f1$2kf$1@forums.macromedia.com...
                > Thanks for the info MaryJo. I will try a Cartweaver support forum.
                >
                > Shouldn't be a problem with posting the code. We purchased this from
                them and
                > are allowed to use it anyway we like except to resell it.
                >


                • 5. Re: cartweaver modification
                  brianism Level 1
                  sorry about that... I did not know. I removed the code from the post I made.
                  • 6. Re: cartweaver modification
                    coldandfuzzy
                    It's like pulling teeth to get a good answer from them sometimes. The CW blanket response is, in a nutshell, that they support what they release, then you're on your own. Gee, thanks. Sometimes I just want to know where to look for something in the code. People on the CW forum are confused about things and never get answers.

                    Bob

                    quote:

                    Originally posted by: MaryJo
                    I believe the Cartweaver folks have their own support forum, you probably should post your question there, more likely to reach other users. Should be listed on their website under Support.

                    Also, I doubt they would appreciate you posting their copyrighted code to a public forum. That's kind of a big no-no unless you have permission to do so.