Ive been searching through this forum a long time now but could not find an answer to this question.
As you know, usually when a customer adds multiple items to the cart and checks out, a single invoice with all items is created and sent to the customer. However, I would love to use OC to sell tickets online, therefore I would like to know if it is possible to have each item that is bought invoiced separately and recorded as a separate order/transaction. Each invoice can then act as a ticket which the customer can print out. It would not really be practical to have one invoice for three tickets, as one can imagine.
Any ideas or suggestions would be greatly appreciated. I am sure there would be more people who could use OC this way.
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No, since each orders are already unique as a single invoice ID per goods are generated which also the payment gateway processing / offline payment processing already saves the information from customers. Even though a merchant would find the way to split the orders, each of these orders would need to be conformed copy with the payment processing anyhow.I would like to know if it is possible to have each item that is bought invoiced separately and recorded as a separate order/transaction.
If then, like you said, we would have one invoice / order to be processed for all the items bought, is it still possible to write a function that will then send a separate email to the user for each product processed in the order? (that would in effect allow the client to print out these emails as tickets)
I would imagine logic like this: foreach product in invoice send mail to purchaser (does that make sense?)
If you could just help me with the function part that would be awesome! The rest I will waste my own time on.
How though would you recommend I go about having PDFs generated for each product and sending them through to the user? Is there an addon that can accomplish this function? Ive searched, but I only found this:
http://www.opencart.com/index.php?route ... ESC&page=4
But I dont think it can send an email per item bought. Is custom coding necessary?
Thanks for your help so far.
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