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seroom
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New Zealand
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Posted - November 29 2005 :  15:10:39  Show Profile  Reply with Quote
I found this quite by accident as there is no mention of it in either the Developers Manual or Merchants manual

Shows the top ten selling products as a list

<%navigatetopten%>

very handy in a menu or page somewhere

What other little secrets are there hidden away, did Paul McCartny really die or was it a hoax.



Edited by - seroom on November 29 2005 15:11:42

support
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Posted - December 01 2005 :  01:35:23  Show Profile  Visit support's Homepage  Reply with Quote
There are a number of handy little snippets in the shopproductsubs.asp file that can be used in the site.

Thank you
VPASP Support

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Jamesfm01
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25 Posts

Posted - December 01 2005 :  12:03:31  Show Profile  Reply with Quote
how do i use it?

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rvaga
VP-ASP Super User

USA
254 Posts

Posted - December 01 2005 :  20:31:20  Show Profile  Reply with Quote
How cool is that!!

I just added <%NavigateShowAllCategories%> to my shoppage header, which is a really useful addition for my site. It's a pull-down menu listing all categories BTW.

As to how to use the subs, open shopproductsubs.asp, take the name of the subroutine e.g.
Sub NavigateShowAllCategories,

... put it in the asp brackets <%NavigateShowAllCategories%> on any page in your shop directory.

Try adding it to your shoppage_header.htm and see what happens.

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apswater
VP-ASP Super User

317 Posts

Posted - December 02 2005 :  00:29:02  Show Profile  Visit apswater's Homepage  Reply with Quote
does any one have that for 4.5?


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Sharon
VP-ASP Super User

353 Posts

Posted - December 02 2005 :  04:18:20  Show Profile  Visit Sharon's Homepage  Reply with Quote
I used <%NavigateShowAllCategories%> but found it cumbersome as it lists all sub-categories too. Now I use <%navigateshowcategories%> which only displays top level categories.
I originally discovered this through regular visits to the forum. You will pick up all kinds of useful stuff by regularly checking all new topics as many contributors really know their stuff.



Edited by - sharon on December 02 2005 04:19:17
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keng
VP-ASP New User

152 Posts

Posted - December 02 2005 :  16:14:44  Show Profile  Reply with Quote
The only problem why I am not using the <%navigatetopten%> is because if you have child products, it won't work very well.

For example: You are selling a Cotton T-Shirt with sizes (small, medium and large)instead of showing in the <%navigatetopten%> Cotton Tshirt (as the top selling item) it will show you "Medium" (the child product) instead - which is a bummer for me ;(




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Lori Titus
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Posted - September 26 2006 :  01:11:41  Show Profile  Visit Lori Titus's Homepage  Reply with Quote
I have v5.5. When I try to use the <%navigatetopten%> function, I get the following error:

Microsoft OLE DB Provider for ODBC Drivers error '80004005'

[TCX][MyODBC]Invalid use of group function

/shopproductsubs.asp, line 630


Line 630 is an if/then statement re: odbc.
Does anyone know what I need to change to get this to work?

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support
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Posted - September 26 2006 :  10:00:25  Show Profile  Visit support's Homepage  Reply with Quote
Hi Lori,

This may be best submitting into our online help desk so our support team can investigate for you for you directly in the code.

https://www.vpasp.com/virtprog/helpdesk

Thanks
Cam

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