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Inserting checkout form information in a mysql database

Thread began 4/19/2010 1:17 am by phil107723 | Last modified 4/26/2010 6:10 pm by phil107723 | 1163 views | 7 replies


Reply to eric

Hi Eric
I've tried all the things you've mentioned.
I'm trying get the user to register for a paid service. I am trying to get them to fill in a form with relevant details such as first and last name, age, trade and experience. I want to store that information in my mysql database for contacting them at a later date.
Then after they have submitted their details I want to redirect them to Paypal for a remote checkout using paypal website standard payment.

The difficulty I am having is getting the details stored in the database. The pages I am attaching are a hash job not pretty. I was trying to add the required details such as last name and first name to the add to cart server behaviour having already added those columns to the ecart.

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