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  • Puck Holshuijsen 90 posts 352 karma points
    Oct 05, 2017 @ 06:18
    Puck Holshuijsen
    0

    SaveBillToAddress doesn't actually save the Billing address inside checkoutmanager in custom checkout

    Hi Guys,

    I am having this really weird issue, which I can't figure out what is going wrong.

    I am creating a (almost) one page checkout, but for some reason the SaveBillToAddress puts an empty object inside it. Also the Shipping Address is really set after I call the SaveShipmentRateQuote.

    This is the value inside the CheckoutManager > Customer > ExtendedData

    [2] = {[merchBillingAddress, <Address i:nil="true" xmlns:i="http://www.w3.org/2001/XMLSchema-instance" xmlns="http://schemas.datacontract.org/2004/07/Merchello.Core.Models" />]}
    

    The same thing for the SaveShippingAddress, but after calling the SaveShipmentRateQuote, it is transformed to a real address object.

    This is my full code:

    protected virtual ActionResult HandleCheckoutStep2SaveSuccess(TCheckoutModel model)
        {
            string redirectUrl = model.successRedirectUrl;
    
            model.basket = CurrentCustomer.Basket();
            model.customer = (ICustomer)CurrentCustomer;
    
            model.customerBillingAddressess = model.customer.Addresses.Where(x => x.AddressType == AddressType.Billing).ToList();
            model.customerShippingAddressess = model.customer.Addresses.Where(x => x.AddressType == AddressType.Shipping).ToList();
    
            var billingAddress = model.customerBillingAddressess.FirstOrDefault(x => x.Key == model.customerBillingAddressKey);
            var shippingAddress = model.customerShippingAddressess.FirstOrDefault(x => x.Key == model.customerShippingAddressKey);
    
            var tmpShippingAddress = ShippingAddressFactory.Create(model.customer, shippingAddress);
            model.shippingMethods = getShipments(Basket, tmpShippingAddress);
    
            var selectedShippingMethod = model.shippingMethods.ProviderQuotes.FirstOrDefault(x => x.ShipMethod.Key == model.shippingMethodKey);
    
            model.paymentMethods = getPayments();
            var selectedPaymentMethod = model.paymentMethods.PaymentGatewayMethods.FirstOrDefault(x => x.PaymentMethod.Key == model.paymentMethodKey);
    
            var checkoutManager = model.basket.GetCheckoutManager();
            checkoutManager.Customer.SaveBillToAddress(BillingAddressFactory.Create(billingAddress.AsAddress(string.Format("{0} {1}", model.customer.FirstName, model.customer.LastName))));
            checkoutManager.Customer.SaveShipToAddress(ShippingAddressFactory.Create(shippingAddress.AsAddress(string.Format("{0} {1}", model.customer.FirstName, model.customer.LastName))));
            checkoutManager.Extended.ClearNotes();
            checkoutManager.Shipping.SaveShipmentRateQuote(selectedShippingMethod);
            checkoutManager.Payment.SavePaymentMethod(selectedPaymentMethod.PaymentMethod);
    
            bool test = checkoutManager.Payment.IsReadyToInvoice();
    
            return !redirectUrl.IsNullOrWhiteSpace() ?
                Redirect(redirectUrl) :
                HandleDefaultRedirect(model);
        }
    

    At first I thought my billingAddress variable was empty, but this is not the case.

    I am hoping anyone can help me with this, because I am stuck right now :(

    Thanks!

    Puck

  • Puck Holshuijsen 90 posts 352 karma points
    Oct 05, 2017 @ 09:47
    Puck Holshuijsen
    100

    Okay, just found it out myself!

    BillingAddressFactory.Create screwed it up for me. I was passing an iAddress object in the create function, which turned it into the wrong object.

    I'm an idiot.

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