The best process I've come up with so far is the following:
1. Create a Container that can contain only IStep (which I call IWizard)
2. Create components that are derived from or provide IStep
3. Add the components and sort them according to the order they should be displayed. 4. Create a view on the container that guides the user through the steps.



On Jan 19, 2007, at 4:28 PM, Christian Theune wrote:

Hi,

Am Freitag, den 19.01.2007, 16:20 +0100 schrieb David Johnson:
Yes. Excuse my lack of explanation.  When developing an eCommerce
site, a customer will in the end need to check out.  They will have a
shopping cart (which can be handled through sessions and a SQL
database), and then they will need to select a form of payment, a
delivery address, and complete their purchase.  It's been my
experience this is one the most difficult parts of an eCommerce
application.

I realize in retrospect that checkout may imply something about
source control.

It did for me. :) The confusion is gone now. Although I can't help you
directly, you've got a better chance for an answer by somebody who knows
now. ;)

Christian

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