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asp.net shopping cart

Posted on 2012-03-20
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I only have a few products to sell on line so I would like to get shopping cart that sell a few products only. Since I don't have too many products to sell.  I don't want to get those common shopping cart that allow you to add hundreds to thousand products.

What I really need is simple and clean. easy to install in my server. I do have window server 2008 with IIS 7.

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Lalit Chandra earned 500 total points
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it's better to create your own. View the link which demonstrate your task easily

http://codebetter.com/davidhayden/2005/03/22/create-a-shopping-cart-inspired-by-asp-net-daily-articles/
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I am sorry but you can't get a working shopping cart from anyone in this forum.

It is just not possible. Lots of things involved.

We can help once you get started but build entire shopping cart for you.
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