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  • How do you create a product bundle

    I would like to create a bundle and have inventory (stock) updated for each item within the bundle. Can you do this today?

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    I don't think you can currently do this with 3DC. However, we added sort of a recommended set of packages and if you click on the buy button it adds all of the products to the cart at once. If you wanted to add a discount for the package you could probably create a discount that is automatically applied if a certain set of products is in the cart.

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    • #3
      mueller,

      Could you go into more detail on how you did this?

      Maybe an example?

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      • #4
        Could you go into more detail on how you did this?
        Maybe an example?
        Well, we didn't actually do it on our own. A little help from Gonzalo and Jimmy got us started and then we modified as needed. I will post an example but basically you have to create a form with most of the elements set as hidden. These elements list the product(s) and quantities you want included when 'add to cart' is clicked. Without further ado:
        Code:
        <form ENCTYPE="multipart/form-data" method=post action=add_cart.asp name="add">
            <td>
        <input type=hidden name="item_id" value="1">
        <input type=hidden size="2" name="qty-1" value=1>
        
        <input type=hidden name="item_id" value="2">
        <input type=hidden size="2" name="qty-2" value=1>
        
        <input type=hidden name="item_id" value="3">
        <input type=hidden size="2" name="qty-3" value=1>
        
        <input type=hidden name="item_id" value="4">
        <input type=hidden size="2" name="qty-4" value=1>
        
        <input type="submit" name="Add" value="Add to Cart" class="btn">
        	</td>
          </form>
        So this would add one of each of product with an item_id of 1 through 4. For the sake of clarity here is the same thing, but adding 2 of each to the cart:
        Code:
            <form ENCTYPE="multipart/form-data" method=post action=add_cart.asp name="add">
            <td>
        <input type=hidden name="item_id" value="1">
        <input type=hidden size="2" name="qty-1" value=2>
        
        <input type=hidden name="item_id" value="2">
        <input type=hidden size="2" name="qty-2" value=2>
        
        <input type=hidden name="item_id" value="3">
        <input type=hidden size="2" name="qty-3" value=2>
        
        <input type=hidden name="item_id" value="4">
        <input type=hidden size="2" name="qty-4" value=2>
        
        <input type="submit" name="Add" value="Add to Cart" class="btn">
        	</td></form>
        Please note the 'td' tags are just part of what I copied and pasted from our page and are obviously not required for this to work.

        Hope this helps.

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