So, I'm using PIN/Registration codes for the software product I sell. A customer goes into my shopping cart and adds the item they want, then they change the quantity to something > 1. Let's say "4" for this example.
When SwiftCD gets the order they ship four product boxes for me BUT they put all four registration codes on both boxes. This is software, the codes should be unique.
When I contacted Swift Customer support they said . . .
In regards to the serial numbers, I took a close look at the order you
sent us, and it appears that you sent us all 4 of the codes to us in a
single <RegKey> string. For example, you sent us the following:
<RegKeyTitle> Activation Code
The #|# symbols just insert a line feed so that the registration codes
are printed on separate lines of the sticky label.
If you wanted to accomplish a separate registration code for each CD,
you would only specify one <RegKey> per order.
How can I get this to work the way I want it to? Do I have to NOT allow customers to change quantities and make them add it to the cart four times? That would be bad right?