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ASP.NET Open Source E-Commerce applications

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Has anyone had any experience with any
ASP.NET Open Source e-commerce applications?

I remember looking at Dash Commerce a few years ago, but had some
trouble with it and gave up.  http://dashcommerce.org/default.aspx

I bought an ASP.NET shopping cart for $1000.00. It's ok, but they dont'
give you all the source code, and I still had to fix a lot of things and add
a lot of customization to it, which was not easy.
I'm going to take another look at Dash Commerce to see if it has potential.

Please comment only if you had any real experience with any asp.net
open source shopping carts.  Thanks
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You can go with nopCommerce for trait (its free & open source).
In paid section you can check Able Commerce (Its good, I am using it).

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by:Utkarsh Kulkarni
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not trait, please read as trial.
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I'm using AbleCommerce now.
It has some good features, but also doesn't have some of
the most basic things I needed for an ecommerce site.
Plus I dont' have the full source code which makes it hard to do things.
Their documentation is poor, and their forums for the most part.
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Which code are you referring to ?
Website or their DLLs ?
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The DLL's. If you want the full code, you have to pay $500 extra.
But I was told that getting the full code makes it harder to do updates.

Have you tried using nopCommerce?
It looks likes its good.
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I have used part of nopCommerece Code in our 2 applications. So far that works Good.
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