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ASP.NET Shopping Cart Solutions?

     
4:48 pm on Jul 12, 2006 (gmt 0)

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What's going on? Doesn't *anyone* have any opinions on ASP.NET shopping cart solutions? I didn't receive one single reply to my original post. Can someone please share their experience/opinions? My original post was...

I'm looking for a good .NET shopping cart solution. I don't mind paying for something good. It needs to produce 100% valid XHTML and be 100% customizable. It also needs to work with SQL Server 2005 Express (the latest version supports full-text search). I'd like features like a product table, shopping cart, nice check-out process, support for payment processing, etc. All advice is greatly appreciated.

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9:16 pm on July 12, 2006 (gmt 0)

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Did you look at [*storefront.net...]
3:51 pm on July 14, 2006 (gmt 0)

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Yeah, I looked at them, and they are well regarded, but their product does output 100% valid XHTML, and I can't tolerate any solution that does not. Any suggestions?

By the way, why is there virtually no interest in this discussion? Am I asking a taboo question or something? Or are we not allowed to talk about companies, name them by name, etc?

4:03 pm on July 14, 2006 (gmt 0)

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In the end I created my own. I found the same thing you are finding. Took quite a while but worth it in the end as I have all the features I want.
4:05 pm on July 14, 2006 (gmt 0)

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Did you look at .net cart? or comersus
1:06 am on July 15, 2006 (gmt 0)

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I have researched many for my needs. None seem to be what I want. SalesCart asp.net is what I am familiar with, their liscence is pretty good.

ablecommerce looks pretty strong to me, and I am considering them over a few others if I make a swap.

.netcart looks customizable, but you should be a programmer to work with it. While other asp.net carts have considerably easier to set up and adding products are simple, but less customizable.

I have asked for recomendations here in the past and people tend to post their favorites regardless of my requirements. Shopping for a cart is a lot of hard work for me, and I always just go back to the one I have used in the past.

There are a few scripts out there that provide the backbone, but you have to make it work. I wish I remembered the name of it because that one I was going to have my programmer use it to make me a pretty custom shopping cart.

[edited by: Roxster at 1:08 am (utc) on July 15, 2006]

6:18 pm on July 15, 2006 (gmt 0)

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.netCART is compelling. Does anyone have any experience with it? Looks like it supports ASP.NET 2.0.

Thanks for reminding me of .netCART, Red_Eye. I've always liked the idea of .netCART because I like the idea of components that I can use to build my own site, not some cheezy "system" that only allows me to customize navigation, templates, etc. I just want components that I can use to add things to the cart, display the cart, check out, etc. I'd rather do my own categorization for ultimate flexibility, SEO, etc. Plus that way I'm less likely to be harmed by non-valid XHTML since I'm pretty much building all of the presentation layer.

Anyone have feedback on .netCART?

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Hi All, first post so be gentle with me ;-)

Am pretty much looking for the same (a good SEO friendly ecommerce store) came across this product in my travels (tradingeye by dpivision) which seems to cover most of my concerns.. has any one used this? still not sure if its the one I want....

Currently looking at OScommerce ,cactushop or the one above... any comments on the above products to help me decide are welcome...

Thanks

Jamie