[ic] Re: Adding non-taxable OnFly objects to cart
daves at wavesco.com
Fri Oct 10 11:50:21 EDT 2003
Well, I have tested it and this appears to work by adding the following:
<input type="hidden" name="mv_order_fly" value="description=Invoice Web
Thanks for your help,
David J. Schnardthorst
Phone: 314.974.0932 / Fax: 636.410.0630
Email: daves at wavesco.com
From: interchange-users-bounces at icdevgroup.org
[mailto:interchange-users-bounces at icdevgroup.org] On Behalf Of Kevin
Sent: Friday, October 10, 2003 8:34 AM
To: interchange-users at icdevgroup.org; mike at perusion.com
Subject: RE: [ic] Re: Adding non-taxable OnFly objects to cart
Mike Heins [mike at perusion.com] wrote:
> Quoting David Schnardthorst (daves at wavesco.com):
> > I have been able to add OnFly items to a shopping cart, for the
> > purpose of allowing our customers to pay invoices online. The
> > problem is that the OnFly item is getting sales tax tacked on during
> > the checkout process. I have tried the following code:
> (Interesting note -- this was flagged as spam by SpamAssassin,
My SpamAssassin setup scored David's article at only 0.7, matching the
following tests: HTML_40_50, HTML_MESSAGE and HTML_TAG_BALANCE_TABLE.
The article didn't get flagged as spam, on my setup, because of its low
Your article scored 0.0, Mike, as do most of the articles I receive from
> > I have also
> > tried setting a variable of mv_nontaxable to 1 as well (again still
> > in the code). Does anybody have something like this that is
> > working, or can you provide some thoughts on how to make it work?
> The other thing you can do is to set the mv_nontaxable attribute in
> the item. You need to read up on how to set attributes in OnFly -- I
> believe I designed in a mechanism to do that and even documented it.
That's right. The OnFly subroutine returns a fully-setup item hashref,
so you'd simply set the mv_nontaxable key, as appropriate, before
returning the reference.
David, if you're using the default OnFly mechanism then you should
create your own instead, so that you can code it to do what you need.
For instance, you shouldn't be specifying the price in your
"mv_order_fly" variable; the tag should work out the price for itself,
based upon whatever criteria you code into your UserTag.
If you really must use the default mechanism then the following will
<input type="hidden" name="mv_order_fly" value="description=Invoice
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