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Hello sir
I want to make Shopping cart all ready i started but :ho w to fill my selected product in datalist control should be fill in grid view my UserCart.aspx ?
Posted 6-Sep-10 19:12pm
Abhishek Sur 12-Sep-10 13:11pm
Not very clear about the actual question.
Abhishek Sur 12-Sep-10 13:12pm
Abhinav S wrote :
Unfortunaetly, your question is not very clear.

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Solution 2

It really depends on your database schema. If you're maintaining the cart via a session variable, then query your database for the products and save the product key on that variable
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Here is a complete implementation of Shopping cart, have a look :[^]

I hope this will help you in your application. :rose:
Amit chirutkar 27-Sep-10 7:04am
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Solution 1

Your question is not very clear, but you can basically achieve this in 2 ways, client side or server side.

Client side needs a array or similar that stores a list of the product ids and info, the server side might use a session object, or a table in the database if you want persistent shopping carts.

There are many examples on the net of implementing carts, so i suggest you search google.[^]

You need to then display the shopping cart, by binding to a db query or the object you created, or by manual iteration of the array and gridview updating.

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