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  • juanga16 3 posts 23 karma points
    5 days ago
    juanga16
    0

    No basket exists for the current user

    I just created an MVC Empty site, then installed Umbraco package , then configured Umbraco and then installed Ucommerce package.

    In my controller method I want to run this:

    transactionLibrary.AddToBasket(quantity: 2, sku: "100-000-001", variantSku: "001");

    var amount = transactionLibrary.GetBasket().OrderTotal;

    But in the last line I'm getting the error: No basket exists for the current user

    System.ArgumentNullException HResult=0x80004003 Message=Value cannot be null. Parameter name: No basket exists for the current user.

    Thanks in advance

  • David Armitage 314 posts 1239 karma points
    2 days ago
    David Armitage
    0

    Hi Junanga,

    Did you follow the documentation here? https://docs.ucommerce.net/ucommerce/v9.2/getting-started/transaction-foundation/basket.html

    var currentProduct = Ucommerce.Infrastructure.ObjectFactory.Instance.Resolve<Ucommerce.Api.ICatalogContext>().CurrentProduct;
    
    var transactionLibrary = Ucommerce.Infrastructure.ObjectFactory.Instance.Resolve<Ucommerce.Api.ITransactionLibrary>();
    
    transactionLibrary.AddToBasket(quantity: 1, currentProduct.Sku);
    

    If you are still having the problem do you think you could upload a little more of your code so we can help debug it.

    Regards

    David

  • David Armitage 314 posts 1239 karma points
    2 days ago
    David Armitage
    0

    Also does that Sku and the variant exist?

  • juanga16 3 posts 23 karma points
    2 hours ago
    juanga16
    0

    Hi David, I believe I finally could solve the issue. I just built an empty Web project, then I added Umbraco package and then Ucommerce package. Because I'm learning the API and I want to build from the scratch.

    To avoid the aforementioned error I set my current catalog in the context:

    // Setting Catalog

    var catalogId = new Guid("704F3A60-0C46-4071-BC73-7A6D4943A895");

    var catalog = CatalogLibrary.GetCatalog(catalogId);

    CatalogContext.CurrentCatalog = catalog;

    By setting up the current catalog then I can create the basket, add products and get the total with not problems.

    So in my future implementation the first thing I have to do is to set the current catalog in the contetxt.

    Thanks and regards

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