[ic] "Buy list" with simple and matrix items

Rick Bragg lists at gmnet.net
Wed Nov 4 16:51:51 UTC 2009

On Wed, 2009-11-04 at 08:16 -0800, Marty Tennison wrote:
> My apologies to the list if this is a dupe.  My original message did not 
> go through (that I can see).   So I'm trying again.
> ====================================================================
> I've been scouring the archives and docs for a few days now looking for 
> a way to do this.  Since I cannot find the answer I'm thinking I'm 
> missing something conceptually in my understanding of how a "buy list" 
> works.
> I'm trying to setup a pre-made list of items for the customer to 
> purchase with a single click.  The list is composed of simple and matrix 
> items.  If the item is a matrix item I want to pre-set the matrix 
> option(s) before adding to the cart.
> Here is what I have been trying.... <stripped for brevity>
> <form action="[process]" method="post">
> <input type="hidden" name="mv_order_item" value="001"> # Matrix
> <input type="hidden" name="mv_sku" value="001-A">
> <input type="hidden" name="mv_order_item" value="002"> # Simple
> <input type="hidden" name="mv_sku" value="">
> etc....
> <input type=submit value="Buy All">
> I am able to reproduce the "Attempt to order missing product code" 
> error.  I've tried all sorts of combinations.  I viewed the icdemo and 
> see that I can add multiple items to the cart with a single click but 
> the item options are not pre-set. It seems like this should be a very 
> simple thing to do.  What am I missing?
> Any and all help is greatly appreciated.
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> Marty Tennison                     DripDepot.com
> email: marty at dripdepot.com
> web: www.dripdepot.com
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Just a quick thought, do you have all the right tables listed in your
"ProductFiles" catalog.cfg directive?  Also what is in your error.log?


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