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How to transfer a shopping cart sessionin JSP to external faxfax

 
sarathb
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hi ,
I have a doubt can some body help me.
Suppose a site is ecommerce enabled and a customer comes to purchase few things on the site and after he adds few items to his shopping cart .And if he presses a confirm button it should go as a fax to the site administrator.is there any software code for this..or any software is exclusively developed for this.
we have used JSP as server side language. i have tried in lot of ways but its not working
please help me in this
sarath
 
Dave Soto
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Maybe you should tell your 'site administrator' that he or she should accept email? Let's get serious, you've got someone responding to online orders and he or she demands that notifications of orders are FAXED? This is 2001. Get a hotmail account.
I know that sounded like a flame... it wasn't directed towards you, or necessarily to your 'site administrator'. It's to all end users/customers that refuse to make small sacrifices in "the way they like to do things" in order to speed development and reduce complexity of software.
And good luck on your project.
 
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