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tudsy
post Oct 15 2022, 09:36 PM
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Hi

Thanks for that.

Process1.php (txt) inserts data in a database from a form (form1.php). It also should produce a paypal button for users to pay with paypal. I ran php -l process1.php and found there to be no syntax errors.

The latest version of process1.txt is that I removed the try-catch block to make it simpler (attached).


Any help would be appreciated.









QUOTE(CharlesEF @ Oct 7 2022, 05:46 AM) *

Exactly what problem are you having? I thought it was about the shutdown part. Describe the problem, what you expect from your code and what the code actually does.

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post Oct 16 2022, 01:30 AM
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I don't think I will be able to help this time. I have helped people with Paypal problems in PHP but never Javascript. You would do better to ask at the Paypal Community Support Forum here.
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post Oct 16 2022, 05:27 PM
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Also, I didn't see any button in your HTML. I know nothing about Paypal and Javascript but don't you need a button before you can render it?
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post Nov 17 2022, 09:31 AM
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Hi

After talking to the PayPal community, I have settled on the form below:


<?php



if(isset($_POST['Person']) && isset($_POST['Graphic']) && isset($_POST['Price'])){

$person=$_POST['Person'];
$graphic = $_POST['Graphic'];
$Price = $_POST['Price'];

}

$url = "https://ecovib2d.com.au/workfromhome/yourart/".$person."/Graphic/".$graphic;

?>


<form action="https://www.paypal.com/cgi-bin/webscr" method="post">

<input type='hidden' name='business' value='ecovib2d@live.com' />

<input type="hidden" name="upload" value="1">

<INPUT TYPE="hidden" NAME="return" value= "<?php echo $url; ?>">

<INPUT TYPE="hidden" NAME="currency_code" value="AUD">

<input type='hidden' id = 'Cost' name='Price' value='<?php echo $Price; ?>' />
<input type='hidden' id = 'pic' name='Graphic' value='<?php echo $graphic; ?>' />
<input type="hidden" id='Person' name='Artist' value ='<?php echo $person; ?>'/>

<label for='Age_of_Subscriber'>Enter your Age (in years - Privacy purposes):</label>
<input type='number' id='Age_of_Subscriber' name='Age' size ='3' required min='0' max='200' />
<br>
<br>
<label for='Full_Name'>Enter your First Name:</label>
<input type='text' id='FirstName' name='First_Name' required />
<br>
<br>
<label for='Full_Name'>Enter your Last Name:</label>
<input type='text' id='Surname' name='Last_Name' required />
<br>
<br>

<label for='email'>Enter your Email address:</label>
<input type='email' id='email' name='Email_Address' size='30' placeholder ='Your Email Address' required />
<br>
<br>





<p>
View our Terms of Service (https://ecovib2d.com.au/workfromhome/TOC/website_terms_and_conditions_of_use) and
Privacy Policy (https://ecovib2d.com.au/workfromhome/privacy/privacypolicy.php).</p>

<br>
<br>

<!-- Saved buttons use the "secure click" command -->
<input type="hidden" name="cmd" value="_xclick">

<input type="hidden" name="item_name" value="Your Graphic - <?php echo $graphic; ?>" >


<input type="hidden" name="amount" value="<?php echo $Price; ?>">

<INPUT TYPE="hidden" name="address_override" value="1">

<!-- Saved buttons display an appropriate button image. -->
<input type='image' name='submit' border='0' src='https://www.paypalobjects.com/webstatic/en_US/i/btn/png/btn_buynow_107x26.png' alt='Buy Now' />
<img alt='' src='https://paypalobjects.com/en_US/i/scr/pixel.gif' width='1' height='1' />

</form>

The problem now is that I am trying to execute a php script at the same time the submit button is clicked.
Do I need Ajax for this ?

Thanks.

<?php

if($_SERVER['REQUEST_METHOD'] ===' POST'){

if(isset($_POST['submit'])){



include "process.php";

}
}

?>
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post Nov 17 2022, 02:19 PM
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The for attribute of a label should point to the id attribute of the element, not the name attribute. Both labels for first and last name need to be changed.

Also, this:
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if(isset($_POST['Person']) && isset($_POST['Graphic']) && isset($_POST['Price']))

Could be:
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if(isset($_POST['Person'], $_POST['Graphic'], $_POST['Price']))


Do you want the page to be visible while the PHP script runs? If yes, then you need to use AJAX. You would also need a place in the page to display the results of the PHP script. I wouldn't use a submit button for this. I would use a normal button that calls the Javascript function that runs the AJAX script. You may need to add logic to your PHP script to prevent multiple payments.
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post Nov 17 2022, 04:33 PM
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If you don't want to stay on the same page during the payment process then don't use AJAX. Use a submit button but use your PHP script location in the form action attribute. Now you can show the results of the payment process in a new page.
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tudsy
post Yesterday, 04:41 AM
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Hi

Hi

I have solved the problem of writing data to a database after the submit button is clicked on a form.

<script type="text/javascript">

$(document).ready(function () {
$("#submit").click(function () {
$.ajax({
type: "POST",
url: "process.php",
data:{

Graphic: $('#pic').val(),
Person: $('#Person').val(),
Price: $('#Cost').val(),
Age: $('#Age_of_Subscriber').val(),
First_Name: $('#FirstName').val(),
Last_Name: $('#SurName').val(),
Email_Address: $('#Email').val(),
}

})

});
});

</script>

Thanks.

Adrian
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