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    Default Where is $_SESSION['cart'] set?

    Hello

    I would like to know where $_SESSION['cart'] is set?

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    Default Re: $_SESSION['cart']

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    Default Re: $_SESSION['cart']

    Thanks DrByte, what about v1.5.1?

    I'm really hitting hard my head to figure out how I could do.

    Each product_id of my catalog comes in different "versions". Those versions are identified by a serial number. I want customer to choose from a dropdown the serial number they want.

    I could do this with attributes, BUT I store serial numbers in a separate database, on the same server, so I need to pass to shopping cart, and to classes/order.php and classes/shopping_cart.php this variable.

    I really don't know how to make it work. I see in shopping cart page that it gets a POST "serialNumber" as it should, but I don't understand how to store that with the product.

    It should work just like TEXT attribute.

    But I don't understand.

    Could you please give me an hint so I can maybe find the way?

    Thank you

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    Default Re: $_SESSION['cart']

    Quote Originally Posted by jeanjean88 View Post
    Thanks DrByte, what about v1.5.1?

    I'm really hitting hard my head to figure out how I could do.

    Each product_id of my catalog comes in different "versions". Those versions are identified by a serial number. I want customer to choose from a dropdown the serial number they want.

    I could do this with attributes, BUT I store serial numbers in a separate database, on the same server, so I need to pass to shopping cart, and to classes/order.php and classes/shopping_cart.php this variable.

    I really don't know how to make it work. I see in shopping cart page that it gets a POST "serialNumber" as it should, but I don't understand how to store that with the product.

    It should work just like TEXT attribute.

    But I don't understand.

    Could you please give me an hint so I can maybe find the way?

    Thank you
    Wasn't this already asked here: https://www.zen-cart.com/showthread....79#post1367479

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    Default Re: $_SESSION['cart']

    It was a different approach using $_SESSION because you suggestion to go through extra_cart_actions was no help.

 

 

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