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In Topic: Attached Access 2003 File Showing Proof Of Concept For Off Site Data Handling

13 May 2008 - 03:31 PM

in looking it up, you could potentially link access direct to the mysql database:



In Topic: Attached Access 2003 File Showing Proof Of Concept For Off Site Data Handling

13 May 2008 - 03:27 PM

really interesting idea. If the access database can be linked live to the mysql database, that would be great. I do that currently with my shopping cart (not CS-Cart). It runs off SQL Server on the server, and I am able to link to it via Access on my own computer.

if that is not possible, another option is to use a tool like CodeCharge. I use that to create forms for the web. That way you can keep your data in one place on the server.

In Topic: Adding a custom product field - How To

13 May 2008 - 03:04 PM

Hello Marc,

Thanks for your kind words. Unfortunately I am not actively developing for CS-Cart anymore so I can't recall how to do that exactly. I looked through the code and what is happening is the multicolumns.tpl is receiving a smaller set of data than the details.tpl

It would be best to try to trace back through the files to see where that query is coming from.

It might be somewhere where this function is called:


Sorry can't be of further help.

In Topic: Are you straying from CS-Cart?

11 April 2008 - 07:47 PM

I am currently using another cart and found a few too many critical issues in moving to CS-Cart (for my requirements). I am delaying it, waiting for 1.3.6. But of the carts I've reviewed CS-Cart has a great deal of functionality and I like the Smarty templates.

There's new competition arising but I'd still lean towards CS-Cart in the future.

In Topic: Vote for HTML Catalog

13 March 2008 - 05:16 PM

wholeheartedly agree with all your great points. I'm in the same boat and have made the same choices as far as static pages.