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Thread began 12/15/2014 5:18 am by Jamie | Last modified 1/20/2015 12:21 pm by Jamie | 1004 views | 13 replies


Hey Jason

So, to update, not only does this site require this form to be completed but I also need to give the option of whether or not to pay by paypal or by requesting an invoice. The former would obviously take you to paypal to make payemnt, the latter would submit the form as an email together with all the cart details. Both would, ideally, add the details to the database in the order area.

I had a prem ticket with Ray over the weekend about something else and we got talking about this and he suggested I re-run the checkout wizard and select paypal pro and express so that I can give the option of how to pay to the visitor and then substitue the form I need completed into the one that is auto generated by the wizard setup.

This I have now done but am stumbling at the final fence....

If you go to and add something to the cart then click on checkout this will get you to my payment option selection and the form. (have also attached it if needed)

Now, if you select 'pay with paypal' and click submit (right at the bottom) regardless of whether or not you have coompleted the requiored data you get taken to /iday/

If you select 'request an invoice', the validation works if the required info is not completeed but this happens when the validation is successful:

Once thats done, I am not sure how I go about getting the form data and the cart into the database / email.....

I know its a bit of a shopping list ..... sorry!


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