I'm having difficulty adding items with quantity=0 to my cart. I'm currently allowing users to go through my store and select various items and then storing their selection as a cookie so that when they return I could build an array of all the items they wanted. However because e-junkie cart also has cookies, i need to keep track of any items that the user has removed since e-junkie's cart last stored it's cookie. Currently, I'm building the url array with either quantity=0 or quantity=1 which are added to each url that are then sent with EJEJC_multiAdd() but the items with quantity=0 are never removed. In fact, if they were never in the cart, items with &quantity=0 in the url are added instead. This seems to be an issue with only zero, as if I add 30 or 50 instead, the quantity in the cart is reciprocated correctly.
Can I really remove items from the cart by adding &quantity=0 to an item's URL via the EJEJC_multiAdd() method call?? if so, how should I be done correctly?
Can I possibly fetch the items that are currently in the user's cart? I think the answere is no. but i figured I'd ask anyways.
Why is it that if I want to use my own cookie to store cart information, setting EJEJC_CDAYS = 0; in EJEJC_config() begins to disallow me from adding more than one item to the cart? Is this a bug? I would really like to be able to disable the e-junkie cart cookie as it will allow me to simply set multiple cart items with the EJEJC_multiAdd() each time they want to see the cart, thus avoiding the &quanity=0 issue all together..