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osCommerce Shopping Cart Integration
« on: November 11, 2004, 06:13:35 am »

Many thanks to Casper for implementing a Paypal Shopping cart into CPG I've had a few request from clients to integrate osCommerce with CPG. On the osCommerce site there is a mod (contribution) that allows a user to add CPG into osCommerce. This allows for a photo image gallery to be placed within the osCommerce construct. But does not allow the images to be products themselves. I am interested in a possible mod to CPG that will allow osCommerce to be the shopping cart. As it stands, I currently have to add an image to CPG and then to osCommerce as a product and then place a link within CPG to link to the osCommerce shopping cart. Does anyone know if a mod exists?

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Re: osCommerce Shopping Cart Integration
« Reply #1 on: November 28, 2004, 01:12:31 pm »

I would guess that the best place to ask this question would be the oscommerce site perhaps. There are plenty of CG mods there and if someone hasn't already written a mod then maybe they will if you ask ;)
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