Last post Aug 28, 2013 12:37 PM by AidyF
Aug 28, 2013 09:00 AM|ROHITJGC|LINK
I just need a working code for the following scenario
1 TextBox which has seller email ---- person who gets the money
1 button ,
When I click the button the money goes from the companies Paypal account into the account attached with the email entered into the textbox ,nothing else is needed.
Can someone give the code to do this as I have read lots of documentation on this
Aug 28, 2013 09:39 AM|AidyF|LINK
PayPal has all of the documentation you need, they even have c# sample code. It's not a simple tricial task of a few lines of code, there are many different apis with varying processing paths. You have to decide which kind of payment you want....do you
want it all on your site, do you want to direct off to paypal, and what method you want dictates the code, some involving code in multiple classes/pages. Then you have the logic around veryfying etc etc. The most basic level of code, just taking the payment,
is available on paypal's own site.
Aug 28, 2013 10:32 AM|ROHITJGC|LINK
I need code , I have already read lots of documention on this , I won't be posting here microsoft has lots of documentation in MSdn then post on the forum
Aug 28, 2013 12:37 PM|AidyF|LINK
Code for what?
Are you using adaptive payments? Express checkout? PayPal Payments Advanced? Pro? Standard? Are you using the hosted solution? PayPAl has many solutions and the implementation differs based on the method. If you are using PayPal Payments (most common)
then there is no code to take the payment, you simply submit a standard for to their url with the correct parameters. These forms are all detailed in the integration guide
To verify the payment you can either not verify at all, just look at your account manually. You can use PDT or IPN. PDT is the simplest way
The above link shows the form you submit and the same code to validate can be found here
If you want to use IPN then, again, the implemetation guide explains the process and the sample code is here
PayPal is 99% configuration of your account and implementing *your* business logic, and 1% is actually communicating with paypal apis. The code for that 1% is all on PayPal's site. You have to read all the docs, understand the processes, and then the code
will make sence. If you can't understand the documentation and can't understand the process, then don't use PayPal. Or at least just use "Buy Now" buttons.