# shopping cart - ASP

Hi i would like to know. In CD-rom , it's possible to make a shopping cart I'm working on a site that requiers a shopping cart (just to calculate the total sum of the chosen products not to order them) .. Have u got some tuto who explain them bye...

1. ## shopping cart

Hi

i would like to know. In CD-rom , it's possible to make a shopping cart
I'm working on a site that requiers a shopping cart (just to calculate
the total sum of the chosen products not to order them)
..

Have u got some tuto who explain them

bye
bolo Guest

2. ## shopping cart

Hi,

I'm trying to work out the postage rate for products in a shopping cart.
Predictably there is no formula for working out the postage rate (ie. 0.20 *
weight). The problem i'm having is with the statement for working this out

There are different 'bands' for the weight (i.e. between 150g and 200g the
price is 0.50). What's the best way to write a statement for this ? I have
tried different ways of writing an If statement but they all end up in
chaos.

John

John Smith Guest

3. ## Re: shopping cart

Use a database table. Assuming SQL Server:

CREATE TABLE postageRates
(
weightlowerbound INT,
weightupperbound INT,
rate DECIMAL(19,2)
)

INSERT postageRates VALUES(0, 149, 0.25)
INSERT postageRates VALUES(150, 200, 0.50)
INSERT postageRates VALUES(201, 500, 0.85)
-- ...

DECLARE weight INT
SET weight = 172
SELECT rate FROM postageRates
WHERE weight
BETWEEN weightlowerbound AND weightupperbound

DROP TABLE postageRates

You could also do this within an array in ASP...

"John Smith" <johnnospam.spam> wrote in message
news:beken4\$pi4\$1titan.btinternet.com...
> Hi,
>
> I'm trying to work out the postage rate for products in a shopping cart.
> Predictably there is no formula for working out the postage rate (ie. 0.20
*
> weight). The problem i'm having is with the statement for working this out
>
> There are different 'bands' for the weight (i.e. between 150g and 200g the
> price is 0.50). What's the best way to write a statement for this ? I have
> tried different ways of writing an If statement but they all end up in
> chaos.
>
> John
>
>

Aaron Bertrand - MVP Guest

4. ## Re: shopping cart

works great, thanks !

"Aaron Bertrand - MVP" <aaronTRASHaspfaq.com> wrote in message
news:%23Kt3stxRDHA.3192TK2MSFTNGP10.phx.gbl...
> Use a database table. Assuming SQL Server:
>
>
>
> CREATE TABLE postageRates
> (
> weightlowerbound INT,
> weightupperbound INT,
> rate DECIMAL(19,2)
> )
>
> INSERT postageRates VALUES(0, 149, 0.25)
> INSERT postageRates VALUES(150, 200, 0.50)
> INSERT postageRates VALUES(201, 500, 0.85)
> -- ...
>
> DECLARE weight INT
> SET weight = 172
> SELECT rate FROM postageRates
> WHERE weight
> BETWEEN weightlowerbound AND weightupperbound
>
> DROP TABLE postageRates
>
>
>
> You could also do this within an array in ASP...
>
>
>
> "John Smith" <johnnospam.spam> wrote in message
> news:beken4\$pi4\$1titan.btinternet.com...
> > Hi,
> >
> > I'm trying to work out the postage rate for products in a shopping cart.
> > Predictably there is no formula for working out the postage rate (ie.
0.20
> *
> > weight). The problem i'm having is with the statement for working this
out
> >
> > There are different 'bands' for the weight (i.e. between 150g and 200g
the
> > price is 0.50). What's the best way to write a statement for this ? I
have
> > tried different ways of writing an If statement but they all end up in
> > chaos.
> >
> > John
> >
> >
>
>

John Smith Guest

5. ## Re:shopping cart

You can try CartWeaver - I have heard many positive things about it and if I had not needed to write a custom one myself I probably would have selected that.

--Megan Richmond
mrichmond webforumsuser@macromedia.com Guest

6. ## Re: shopping cart

Have a look at [url]http://www.yourvirtualstore.net[/url]
An out of the box solution, can be customised using DWMX and adapted to
your needs. Content management system included and heaps of functionality..
Use as is, or integrate with your own design. The website gives you the full
CMS)..

~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
:: Ecommerce & Content Management System::
[url]http://www.yourvirtualstore.net/yvsa4.asp[/url]
and receive a 15% discount !
~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
Page Design Templates:
[url]http://www.webdevbiz.com/templates[/url]

"edd1eg" <webforumsusermacromedia.com> wrote in message
news:bf15ve\$2b7\$1forums.macromedia.com...
| Hi there, i am building a website for a computer company and they are
wanting to have a shopping cart on their website with everthing being secure
as the user will be able to pay with credit cards etc. i have tried building
one myself, but its a bit too advanced for me just now, so i think the more
sensible way to do this is paying for one that can meet all the clients
needs, also it would be better if you could fully customize it yourself. If
anyone could help me out here, that would be very much apprecited
|
|
| thanks
|
| edd
|
|

7. ## Re: shopping cart

take a look at Charon cart [url]http://www.charon.co.uk/[/url]

bruce Lawson
www. DMXzone.com
The largest independent Dreamweaver community

"Nadia *TWBM*" <forumswollongong-city.com> wrote in message
news:bf16ke\$3mp\$1forums.macromedia.com...
> Have a look at [url]http://www.yourvirtualstore.net[/url]
> An out of the box solution, can be customised using DWMX and adapted to
> your needs. Content management system included and heaps of
functionality..
> Use as is, or integrate with your own design. The website gives you the
full
> details on the package. Free demo available for download (without the
> CMS)..
>
>
> ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
> :: Ecommerce & Content Management System::
> [url]http://www.yourvirtualstore.net/yvsa4.asp[/url]
> and receive a 15% discount !
> ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
> ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
> Page Design Templates:
> [url]http://www.webdevbiz.com/templates[/url]
>
>
>
>
> "edd1eg" <webforumsusermacromedia.com> wrote in message
> news:bf15ve\$2b7\$1forums.macromedia.com...
> | Hi there, i am building a website for a computer company and they are
> wanting to have a shopping cart on their website with everthing being
secure
> as the user will be able to pay with credit cards etc. i have tried
building
> one myself, but its a bit too advanced for me just now, so i think the
more
> sensible way to do this is paying for one that can meet all the clients
> needs, also it would be better if you could fully customize it yourself.
If
> anyone could help me out here, that would be very much apprecited
> |
> |
> | thanks
> |
> | edd
> |
> |
>

Bruce Lawson Guest

8. ## Re: shopping cart

WA eCart is a commercially available Dreamweaver extension that is
your ticket to hassle-free shopping cart creation. You'll have all of
the features you've ever dreamed of, free reign to customize them, all
in one intuitive, ultra-easy package. WA eCart also has built-in
support for PayPal, WorldPay, or any custom checkout solution of your
choice. Check it out at
[url]http://www.webassist.com/Products/ProductDetails.asp?PID=19[/url]

Thanks,

--Hieu

"Bruce Lawson" <brucedynamiczones.com> wrote in message news:<bf1b74\$c52\$1forums.macromedia.com>...
> take a look at Charon cart [url]http://www.charon.co.uk/[/url]
>
> bruce Lawson
> www. DMXzone.com
> The largest independent Dreamweaver community
>
> "Nadia *TWBM*" <forumswollongong-city.com> wrote in message
> news:bf16ke\$3mp\$1forums.macromedia.com...
> > Have a look at [url]http://www.yourvirtualstore.net[/url]
> > An out of the box solution, can be customised using DWMX and adapted to
> > your needs. Content management system included and heaps of
> functionality..
> > Use as is, or integrate with your own design. The website gives you the
> full
> > details on the package. Free demo available for download (without the
> > CMS)..
> >
> >
> > ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
> > :: Ecommerce & Content Management System::
> > [url]http://www.yourvirtualstore.net/yvsa4.asp[/url]
> > and receive a 15% discount !
> > ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
> > ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
> > Page Design Templates:
> > [url]http://www.webdevbiz.com/templates[/url]
> >
> >
> >
> >
> > "edd1eg" <webforumsusermacromedia.com> wrote in message
> > news:bf15ve\$2b7\$1forums.macromedia.com...
> > | Hi there, i am building a website for a computer company and they are
> > wanting to have a shopping cart on their website with everthing being
> secure
> > as the user will be able to pay with credit cards etc. i have tried
> building
> > one myself, but its a bit too advanced for me just now, so i think the
> more
> > sensible way to do this is paying for one that can meet all the clients
> > needs, also it would be better if you could fully customize it yourself.
> If
> > anyone could help me out here, that would be very much apprecited
> > |
> > |
> > | thanks
> > |
> > | edd
> > |
> > |
> >
Hieu Guest

9. ## shopping cart

Hi there, my client now wants to sell there products online, i know there a lots of shopping carts out there that you can buy, but i would rather try to build one myself, i have never done anything like this before, should i buy one of these or should i try and build one myself?, are there any really good tutorials out there that can help my achieve this?.

thanks

edd

edd1eg webforumsuser@macromedia.com Guest

10. ## Re: shopping cart

Depends on what version of DW you are running. If you are on DMX then I
would look at either the charoncart ([url]www.charon.co.uk[/url]) or UltraCartII
([url]www.thechocolatestore.com/ultradev[/url]). Both of these use ASP. For coldfusion
look at cartweaver ([url]www.cartweaver.com[/url])

However if you have DW4 or earlier the program does not have the native
ability to handle the database interactions and you will need to upgrade, or
purcahse a complete application such as Storefront ([url]www.storefront.net[/url])

--
Regards

Paul Whitham
Valleybiz Internet Design
[url]www.valleybiz.net[/url]

Team Macromedia Volunteer for Ultradev/Dreamweaver MX
[url]www.macromedia.com/support/forums/team_macromedia[/url]
"edd1eg" <webforumsusermacromedia.com> wrote in message
news:bfh4ub\$eqj\$1forums.macromedia.com...
> Hi there, my client now wants to sell there products online, i know there
a lots of shopping carts out there that you can buy, but i would rather try
to build one myself, i have never done anything like this before, should i
buy one of these or should i try and build one myself?, are there any really
good tutorials out there that can help my achieve this?.
>
> thanks
>
> edd
>
>
>
>
>
>

Paul Whitham TMM Guest

11. ## Re: shopping cart

There is also a good list of available cart apps for DWMX listed at

[url]http://www.dwfaq.com/Resources/e-Commerce/default.asp[/url]

Just about every server platform is represented.
--
Lawrence Cramer [ Member - Team Macromedia]
[url]www.lcwd.com[/url] | [email]lawrencelcwd.com[/email]

Cartweaver - ColdFusion Cart for DreamweaverMX
[url]www.cartweaver.com[/url] | [url]news://support.dwfaq.com/cartweaver[/url]
------------------------------------------------------------

"Paul Whitham TMM" <paulvalleybiz.net> wrote in message
news:bfhofv\$ki6\$1forums.macromedia.com...
> Depends on what version of DW you are running. If you are on DMX then I
> would look at either the charoncart ([url]www.charon.co.uk[/url]) or UltraCartII
> ([url]www.thechocolatestore.com/ultradev[/url]). Both of these use ASP. For
coldfusion
> look at cartweaver ([url]www.cartweaver.com[/url])
>
> However if you have DW4 or earlier the program does not have the native
> ability to handle the database interactions and you will need to upgrade,
or
> purcahse a complete application such as Storefront ([url]www.storefront.net[/url])
>
> --
> Regards
>
> Paul Whitham
> Valleybiz Internet Design
> [url]www.valleybiz.net[/url]
>
> Team Macromedia Volunteer for Ultradev/Dreamweaver MX
> [url]www.macromedia.com/support/forums/team_macromedia[/url]
> "edd1eg" <webforumsusermacromedia.com> wrote in message
> news:bfh4ub\$eqj\$1forums.macromedia.com...
> > Hi there, my client now wants to sell there products online, i know
there
> a lots of shopping carts out there that you can buy, but i would rather
try
> to build one myself, i have never done anything like this before, should i
> buy one of these or should i try and build one myself?, are there any
really
> good tutorials out there that can help my achieve this?.
> >
> > thanks
> >
> > edd
> >
> >
> >
> >
> >
> >
>
>

Lawrence [TMM] Guest

12. ## Re: Shopping Cart

> I need a shopping cart that is both free and easy to use, with no limited
> functions.
Good luck!

This may help...
[url]http://www.aspfaq.com/2225[/url]

Randy Rahbar Guest

13. ## Re: Shopping Cart

there is a dreamweaver mx plugin for a shopping cart system, no admin (i
think) but its solid.

mark

"Paulo Almeida" <sadpnetvisao.pt> wrote in message
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> I need a shopping cart that is both free and easy to use, with no limited
> functions.
>
> I tried comersus, wich is great but adding products takes too long and
also
> has several functions that are not available.
>
> In resume what i need is something easy to menage, and also very flexible
> enough.
>
>
> Paulo Almeida
>
>
>

mark | r Guest

14. ## Re: Shopping Cart

"mark | r" wrote:
>
> ...yet there are hundreds of PHP ones that are free and fully
> functional... whos conning who here!
My hyperbole proximity alarm just went off.

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Dave Anderson Guest

15. ## Re: Shopping Cart

> >> >I need a shopping cart that is both free and easy to use, with no
limited
> >> >functions.
> >> >
> >> >I tried comersus, wich is great but adding products takes too long and
> >also
> >> >has several functions that are not available.
> >> >
> >> >In resume what i need is something easy to menage, and also very
flexible
> >> >enough.
> >> This is certainly not a flame, and I too often look for freebie stuff
> >> first, but let's face it. The reason software costs is because the
> >> take time to create - especially good software. If you need a shopping
> >> cart, then I assume you are selling things, so the cost of a shopping
> >> cart system should not really be a big concern to you. They are not
> >> really THAT expensive.
> >>
> >> Alternatively, read the books and take the time to develop one of your
> >> own. Then have it tested under all possible situations. Make sure the
> >> features are what people want - even when they say they dont want it,
> >> and make sure you include features that are not necessary, but people
> >> say they want. Last, include decent help and provide a place where
> >> they can download it. THEN see if the idea of charging a few dollars
> >> for the effort makes sense.
> >
> >...yet there are hundreds of PHP ones that are free and fully
functional...
> >whos conning who here!
> >
> As stated, this was not meant as a flame, but to state that it does
> make sense to charge a fee for one's efforts. Im guessing that since
> the OP posted this in ASP.general group, he was interested in "easy to
> manage" and "very flexible" from the context of normal ASP code. As
> such, hundreds of PHP "ones" would not help a bunch. Of course if he
> was as knowlegable as you in the intricacies of PHP and is willing to
> sift through the "doentation" on how to get it set up, perhaps he
> would be willing to use it.
>
> My comments stand. Very often, if a product is easy and flexible, it
> has taken a great deal of time to produce, and the author is
> reasonable to charge a fair price for it. Note the term reasonable.
it just astounds me that access and iis (and pws) are widely available and
come as standard in many PC's and because its so widely available there
arent more opensource applications available to match those created in PHP
which is a complete ballache to setup.

mark

mark | r Guest

16. ## Shopping Cart

Does anybody know of a free ASP shopping cart or some free ASP code to help
someone get a shopping cart started. Or does anybody have any experience
using a ASP shopping cart that is inexpensive and works good.

I need to create a shopping cart in ASP and any useful info or tips would be

Thanks.

Erik Roessing
Pacific Design Studios
[url]www.pacificdesignstudios.com[/url]
Do you have a project for us?

Erik Guest

17. ## Re: Shopping Cart

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"Erik" <ERoessingpacificdesignstudios.com> wrote in message
news:Ool98NgfDHA.1760TK2MSFTNGP09.phx.gbl...
> Does anybody know of a free ASP shopping cart or some free ASP code to
help
> someone get a shopping cart started. Or does anybody have any experience
> using a ASP shopping cart that is inexpensive and works good.
>
> I need to create a shopping cart in ASP and any useful info or tips would
be
>
> Thanks.
>
> Erik Roessing
> Pacific Design Studios
> [url]www.pacificdesignstudios.com[/url]
> Do you have a project for us?
>
>

Curt_C [MVP] Guest

18. ## Re: Shopping Cart

I generally think of a shopping cart as a fancy name for a session
array. And here is a some good resource that includes how to use
session arrays:

Session Object - 11/15/2000
[url]http://msdn.microsoft.com/library/psdk/iisref/vbob12d0.htm[/url]

And here are some more shopping cart resources:

Shopping Cart Sample
[url]http://www.asp101.com/samples/viewasp.asp?file=shopping%2Easp[/url]

Welcome to the fake volleyball store
[url]http://www.aspfaq.com/cart[/url]

Best regards,
J. Paul Schmidt, Freelance ASP Web Developer
[url]http://www.Bullschmidt.com[/url]
ASP Design Tips, ASP Web Database Demo, Free ASP Bar Chart Tool...

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Bullschmidt Guest

19. ## shopping cart

hi all,

i have a "list products" page , each product in a separate row, each row
starting with a tick box. the idea is, if the user wants to buy or add that
product to their shopping cart, they check the box, then at the bottom of
the page hit a "add to cart" button.

i was hoping you could all provide me with a direction and some ideas on how
i could accomplish this.

thanks

PP

Psybar Phreak Guest

20. ## Re: shopping cart

"Psybar Phreak" <psybar_phreak> wrote in message
news:3f8beb6c\$0\$24674\$afc38c87news.optusnet.com.a u...
> hi all,
>
> i have a "list products" page , each product in a separate row, each row
> starting with a tick box. the idea is, if the user wants to buy or add
that
> product to their shopping cart, they check the box, then at the bottom of
> the page hit a "add to cart" button.
>
> i was hoping you could all provide me with a direction and some ideas on
how
> i could accomplish this.
>
> thanks
>
> PP
>
>
[url]http://shopbuilder.org[/url]
RG

RG Guest

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