Cart layout considerations

When you enable cart layouts, service catalog properties are impacted. You should consider the possible outcomes and alter the settings or properties to achieve the cart layout and functionality you require.

Some of these properties are impacted when you use cart layouts. For example, with the order status screen, the When to show prices and sub-totals on the Service Catalog Cart (glide.sc.price.display) property overrides cart layout settings for displaying prices.

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Property Impact
Allow ESS users the option to cancel their requests from the checkout screen.

[glide.sc.checkout.cancel]

Overridden when the Cancel Request check box in cart layout settings is selected. If this check box is selected, the Cancel button is displayed even if the property is set to No.
Enable cloning requests during checkout.

[glide.sc.allow.checkout.clone]

Not used (deprecated) if cart layouts are enabled. Replaced by the Clone Checkout check box in cart layout settings.

The Clone Checkout check box is cleared by default for new instances. For upgraded instances, the check box is set to the existing value of the glide.sc.allow.checkout.clone property.

List of roles (comma-separated) that can use the quantity selector in the shopping cart

[glide.sc.allow.quantity]

Overrides any relevant cart layout settings.
Show the request item number for each line item on the checkout screen (default false).

[glide.sc.checkout.request.number]

Not used (deprecated) if cart layouts are enabled. Replaced by the Request Item Number column check box in cart layout settings.
Show the 'Back to Catalog' button on the two-step checkout screen.

[glide.sc.checkout.twostep.back]

Not used (deprecated) if cart layouts are enabled. Replaced by the Back to Catalog check box in cart layout settings.
When to show prices and subtotals on the Service Catalog Cart.

[glide.sc.price.display]

Overrides any relevant cart layout settings.