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(keitai-l) Re: Shopping Sites In .ASP..?

From: Alex <alex_at_coolest.com>
Date: 01/08/03
Message-Id: <20030108154449.90A4.ALEX_at_coolest.com>
Hi,

Here are some example cart systems (that cost money, but might be worth
learning from their design):
http://www.bookstudio.com/icart/search.php
http://www.ec-tool.net/i/
http://www.cubit.co.jp/demo/k000_imode.html

Since you can't use cookies to store session information most systems
either:
1. store a session id in a hidden field (has to be a under 512byt)
2. embed the session id in the url

You might also check out the "Mobile Internet Toolkit" if you are using
ASP.NET:
http://msdn.microsoft.com/vstudio/device/mobilecontrols/default.asp
However, its probably just easier to write regular ASP code, unless you
want to try and support every device possible.

Best Regards,

Alex
---
Software . http://www.coolest.com
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POP辞書 . http://www.popjisyo.com


On Wed, 8 Jan 2003 03:30:57 +0900 "Mark Sargent"
<powderkeg_at_snow.email.ne.jp> wrote:
> 
> Hi All,
> 
> are their any Keitai shopping sites in .ASP without them being an official
> site/content provider..? At the moment I'm considering putting the prod ID
> on each Keitai page and letting the user input the other values,
> length/color/quantity etc in to a form and sending it to the database via
> .ASP...we, at the moment, only sell limited prods, Snowboards and some other
> items included in package deals. Anyone got any thoughts/no no's on this
> approach. Cheers.
> 
> Kind Regards,
> 
> Mark Sargent
> International Managing Director
> easyboarder
> mark_at_easyboarder.com
> www.easyboarder.com
> 
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Received on Wed Jan 8 08:55:29 2003