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Customer customerExitParseRequest ( Exit MaintainBasketBaseAction )

Hello,

I want to use the cutomer exit customerExitParseRequest ( MaintainBasketBaseAction ). I cant´t use it as an normal customer exit, because I can't find an entry for the responsible class (MaintainBasketBaseAction) in the config.xml which I can modiify. In the development documentaion I cant't find a chapter which describes the usage of this customer exit. What should I have to do that I can use this exit?

Kind regard Axel

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  • Posted on Jan 09, 2007 at 09:54 AM

    Hello,

    I think, you should create a new action class (for example, Z_MaintainBasketBaseAction) derived from standard action class MaintainBasketBaseAction, then realize a method customerExitParseRequest() in Z_MaintainBasketBaseAction and finally change action path and type for MaintainBasketBaseAction with your Z_MaintainBasketBaseAction (in config.xml).

    I hope it helps.

    Regards,

    Roman

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    Posted on Jan 09, 2007 at 10:10 AM

    Hello Roman,

    thank you for your answer, but I didn't have an entry in the config.xml for the MaintainBasketBaseAction class. So I can't adjust the action path.

    Kind regards

    Axel

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    • I was wrong.

      MaintainBasketBaseAction is a base action class and it's not used in actions directly. In config.xml we can see classes that are derived from MaintainBasketBaseAction. So, you should find a class in config.xml and derive a subclass from it.

      There are direct known subclasses from MaintainBasketBaseAction:

      MaintainBasketCancelAction, MaintainBasketDeleteItemAction, MaintainBasketDispatcherAction, MaintainBasketExitConfigAction, MaintainBasketNewShiptoAction, MaintainBasketPrepareConfigAction, MaintainBasketRefreshAction, MaintainBasketReplaceItemAction, MaintainBasketReturnConfigAction, MaintainBasketSendAction, MaintainBasketShowAction.

      Regards,

      Roman

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