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A shopping cart in an online shop is a virtual basket where the customers collect the products they want to buy. Depending on the online shop, the shopping cart offers different features, like changing the quantity of products, deleting products from the shopping cart, redeeming coupons, starting the checkout.
In e-commerce the checkout process reflects the steps that have to be performed to place an order. All data needed to fulfill the order have to be provided by the customer.
The main steps are:
|Title||Lastmodified||valid from||valid to|
|Concept - Basket Handling||2021/08/30 15:23:13||7.8|
|Concept - Basket Handling (valid to 7.7)||2021/08/30 15:23:40||7.7||7.7|
|Concept - Basket Handling and Checkout||2020/03/23 10:29:35||7.7|
|Concept - Basket Handling and Checkout (valid to 7.6)||2020/02/04 09:51:22||7.3||7.6|
|Concept - Basket Handling and Checkout - WebShop Application||2021/02/04 16:07:42||7.6|
|Concept - Basket Handling and Checkout - WebShop Application (valid to 7.5)||2020/02/04 09:51:24||7.1||7.5|
|Concept - Buying Context||2021/08/05 09:48:18||7.10.33|
|Cookbook - Basket Handling and Checkout||2021/08/24 15:04:10||7.3|
|Cookbook - Basket REST API (v1)||2021/08/24 17:32:54||7.10|
|Cookbook - Basket Validation||2020/02/04 09:51:53||7.10|
|Cookbook - Basket Validation (valid to 7.9)||2020/02/04 09:51:54||7.8||7.9|
|Reference - Error and Info Message Overview for Basket REST API||2020/04/21 14:07:49||7.10|
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