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Need full URL displayed in email notice to customer in Virtuemart (Joomla)

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Hello,
An email goes out to customer and store admin when order is placed which has a hyperlink to the product on the website , but the link is broken because it only contains the relative url.   I need it to show the full URL so it's clickable from the email.  I have found the php file that needs to be changed which has this line:
 <?php echo JHTML::link($prow->url, $prow->product_name) . $prow->customfields; ?>
So i what i don't know is where it's pulling the url from and how to adjust it to show the full url.
Thanks
Heather
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by:Gary
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Try prepending JURI::root()

 <?php echo JURI::root().JHTML::link($prow->url, $prow->product_name) . $prow->customfields; ?>

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by:hthrp
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Thanks so much for your response.  That was pretty close, however, what it did was to put the root URL in front of the text that was hyperlinked.   So clicking on link in email ends up with the same result.  I need the full url as a link.  
What I got was this:  
 http://rooturl.com/<a href="/en/category/sub-category/product-name.html">Product Name</a>
but I need this:  
<a href="http://rooturl.com/en/category/sub-category/product-name.html">Product Name</a>
Thanks
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by:hthrp
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I had a hunch this was not too difficult, but I'm still hunting for a solution.   I just don't know php to fix it.    The original file the code is on can be found at components/com_virtuemart/views/cart/tmpl/default_pricelist.php  but it currently is loading from a custom override file in the template.    Really need a solution.   Willing to hire someone who can fix this for me.
Thanks
Heather
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Gary earned 1600 total points
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Documentation is seriously lacking

Either try
<?php echo JHTML::link(JURI::root() . $prow->url, $prow->product_name) . $prow->customfields; ?>

else
<a href="<?php echo JURI::root().$prow->url?>"><?php echo $prow->product_name?></a>
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by:hthrp
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Thanks so much for your help Gary, worked great.
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