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I am trying to get the total number of items in an order and display them in the shipment PDF.

I am using the below code but I doubles the amount of items. For example, if there is 1 item it gets displayed as 2

<?php $order = $this->getPdfHelper()->getOrder();
    if ($order->hasInvoices()) {
        $invIncrementIDs = array();
        $invItems = array();
        $total = -0;
        foreach ($order->getInvoiceCollection() as $inv) {
            $invIncrementIDs[] = $inv->getIncrementId();
            foreach ($inv->getAllItems() as $item) {
                $invItems[] = $item->getQty();
                $total = $total + ($item->getQty());
            }
        }
    }
?>


<br/>
<h3>
    <strong><?php echo $this->__("Number of items:") ?>&nbsp;<?php echo $total; ?></strong>
</h3>

I'm not sure why but I'm thinking its to do with:

 $total = $total + ($item->getQty());

Could anyone assist?

2 Answers 2

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<?php $order = $this->getPdfHelper()->getOrder();
    $items = $order->getAllItems();
    foreach($items as $item){
        $qty = $item->getQtyShipped();
        $total = $total + $qty;
    }
?>

getQtyShipped(); Is the way to do it!

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do you try this with configurable products? Then you count the configurable and the simple

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  • I think you are right, its counting simple + configurable. I've tried getAllVisibleItems but its a non-object Sep 30, 2014 at 9:10
  • getAllVisibleItems only exists on orders, not on invoices. I don'T see a way atm, to check whether an item is a child item. But what you can do is get the order and use getAllVisibleItems on the order. Sep 30, 2014 at 9:20
  • Yes but getAllVisibleItems returns an empty Array Sep 30, 2014 at 9:34
  • I think it is an answer. What he describes happens, when he counts simple an configurable items, case solved. Sep 30, 2014 at 9:51

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