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Add to Shopping Cart - Triggers to UWL

I am using SRM-MDM Catalog 3.0. I am able to search the products and key in qty. After selection when I click on "Add to Shopping Cart" I am not able to see shopping cart. Instead I have been directed to UWL. Please help me.

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    Jun 14, 2010 at 08:53 PM

    Hi Sudha,

    Check your portal roles with help of portal guy. It seems to be a portal role issue.

    Thanks,

    Anshuk Saxena

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  • Jun 11, 2010 at 02:56 AM

    Hi,

    There is customize option to use Cart in catalog side or not in Catalog UI configuration.

    If you do not use Cart in catalog, item is transfered to SC in SRM directly.

    Please also check OCI returntarget parameter is _parent for SRM 7.0 with NetWeaver Portal environment.

    Regards,

    Masa

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    Jul 23, 2010 at 09:11 AM

    Hi Sudha,

    Even i am also facing the similar issue.I have just copied the shopping cart number and placed at search bar (being displyed at right top most side) and clicked on the button " Check out". then instead of shopping cart , UWl screen is getting appeared.

    It would be a great help , if you can share the information how it got resolved for you.

    Thanks!!

    Raji

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    • Former Member Former Member

      We have found a solution. The problem was the URL of the catalog.

      It's important to have the following attributes in the URL of the catalog (additional to the "standard attributes"):

      70 datalanguage FR

      98 BYPASS_OUTB_HANDLER X

      99 BYPASS_INB_HANDLER X

      120 ~OKCode ADDI

      130 ~caller CTLG

      150 ~target _top

      151 returntarget _top

      Best regards,

      Thomas