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abz007 abz007 is offline
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Shopping Cart Compatible With NOCHEX

Does anyone have a shopping cart script that I can use that is compatible with NOCHEX. I urgently need one! Does anyone have any other suggestions on any alternatives?

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if you are after an open source/retail solution, check out hotscripts.

If your after a bespoke solution then drop me an email and i'll arrange a free no obligation quote

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http://help.nochex.com/?Action=Q&ID=148

that should give you a few to sort through
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I use OScommerce, opensource shopping cart software, but you will need patience and willing to learn PHP, but it works perfectly with NOCHEX.

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*stepping into hot water ready for the backlash of osCommerce lovers*

osCommerce is ok, but it's bloated with code.

I'm not sure who designed the Language system but they need shooting.

A databased application needing all those files for different languages? It's not even a single XML format file.

Where's the code seperation for logic and display? ... there is none. It's all muddled up.

The product attributes system sucks bigtime! ....

Yes there are "Contributions" which add additional functionality, but the code is not security tested. Which in the past has caused stores to be Exploited.

To me it's an One-Size-Fits-All out-of-the-box system, but it doesn't quite fit everything.

osCommerce has a thriving Support forum, which to me says it all.

Take a look at something like X-Cart or Squirrelcart.


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*stepping into hot water ready for the backlash of osCommerce lovers*

osCommerce is ok, but it's bloated with code.

I'm not sure who designed the Language system but they need shooting.

A databased application needing all those files for different languages? It's not even a single XML format file.

Where's the code seperation for logic and display? ... there is none. It's all muddled up.

The product attributes system sucks bigtime! ....

Yes there are "Contributions" which add additional functionality, but the code is not security tested. Which in the past has caused stores to be Exploited.

To me it's an One-Size-Fits-All out-of-the-box system, but it doesn't quite fit everything.

osCommerce has a thriving Support forum, which to me says it all.

Take a look at something like X-Cart or Squirrelcart.
couldnt agree more about oscommerce, it is very bloated. As for the x-cart suggestion, had some big bugs with that in the past which could have landed the website i was dealing with in a quite sticky situation concerning the data protection act!

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