Putting [cart] in your template automatically creates a unique shopping cartPutting [cart] in your template automatically creates a unique shopping cart that can be used in eCommerce. You must continue to pass the [cart] value from page to page (or store it in a cookie for retrieval) in order to continue writing and modifying the shopping order (using tags such as [addlineitem] and [setheader]). If no cart value is specified when the customer lands on a new page with a [cart] tag, then a new unique value is created displaying an empty cart, and you will lose contact with the previously created cart. ([cart] will never display in its literal raw form, unless WebDNA processing is turned off altogether.)
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A list of user-submitted tips ...Download WebDNA Applications
BioType is a behavioral biometrics WebDNA function based on ADGS research and development (from version 8...WebDNA Modules
A list of the currently available modules...WebDNA Libraries
A list of available libraries for WebDNA...Technical Change History
This Technical Change History provides a reverse chronological list of WebDNA changes...
[encrypt] and [decrypt] allow you to store sensitive data in your databases without risk of exposing it to prying eyes...[thisurl]
[thisurl] displays the URL of the current page...[raw]
Displays enclosed text without interpreting the [xxx] tags in any way...[date]
Putting [date] in your template displays the current date as defined by the clock on your web server...[append]
Displays information about a particular file or folder...