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JQuery Shopping Cart

Posted By:      Posted Date: October 18, 2010    Points: 0   Category :ASP.Net

Hi everyone,

I am looking for the Shoppincg Cart code in JQuery.

If you know the URL(s), then please let me know.



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Helo Everyone.......

Actually i m now working on shopping cart application.....

i m using datalist control on my main page where i m displaying my products .....nd when i click one of  these products....i redirect to second page where all the information regarding the product is displayed.......

nd when i wanna purchase other product from mine main page nd i come back ....than information regarding all selected product lost which i already did selected for purchase.......

nd i m using gridview control for displaying information regarding the products on secongd page........

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i m using asp.net with c# track.........

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Shopping cart project for school


Win 7 professional N

Microsoft visual studio (student edition) 3.5 frame work

language: C#

SQL Express Server for the database.

Status of the application: Working, but the user can only checkout with 1 product.

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I am building a very simple shopping cart website for a school project. After the user selects the item(s) and and quantity. What would be a better option to display what they ordered other than pulling the "order details" into a list box? I can only have the user select one item to check out with...   I've tried google for some examples but they all are showing examples of a listbox... Below is a rundow of my application.


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     Can anybody explain me how can i use session variables in shopping cart module.There are many products from which the user can choose from.

I jus did small part of this module, On clickning Add To Cart Button, that product details will be bounded to datatable which will then be redirected to shopping cart page to display it in gridview. This is for only one product. (single product details (1 row) will be shown on this gridview)


Now my query is how do I Add Multiple products on clicking add to cart on some other products page retaining the previous product in gridview.


Also I would like to know how to manage different customers (username) in Shopping cart module.


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