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Make file available for download after payment was received

Thread began 4/04/2013 3:29 am by Louis | Last modified 4/04/2013 12:42 pm by Jason Byrnes | 658 views | 5 replies |

Louis

Make file available for download after payment was received

Hi Jason

I've registered for with a payment gateway locoally.

What i want to know is how would i be able to make a file available for download after payment was received.

I want to setup a payment link on my userupdate.php page so that the client can make a payment. Once the payment has gone through it must update the downloadable fields and make available for download.

For the download feature do i have to create a db field? I saw that you can choose a trigger which would probably be something like "after payment success" to make the download available.

tx

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Jason ByrnesWebAssist

See the creating a download center tutorial on the eCart support page.

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Louis

will i find the answers to all my question there?

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Jason ByrnesWebAssist

yes, that tutorial is the starting place for offering downloadable goods after hey have been purchased.

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Louis

Now i have a problem with redirect again:

I've created my security pages creating a userupdate.php page using a users table. I want to create 3 different userupdate.php pages being userupdate.php userupdate2.php and userupdate3.php

For my userupdate2.php page i made a "users2" table. So to create my userupdate2.php page i renamed my login.php page cause when i use the securityassist wizard i can delete all the default security pages except for the login.php page.

so now i want to test my userupdate2.php page remotely. i've changed the db table users to users2 on the login.php page and also the SecurityAssist Authenticate(first one) user i've change to redirect to userupdate2.php

BUT

instead it redirects to the login page agian with url: login.php?accesscheck=%2Fuserupdate2.php%3F

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Jason ByrnesWebAssist

dont use multiple users tables, that only creates an unneeded level of complexity.

you can create different user types using the User Level Authentication concept.

On the Security Assist Support page, in the archived documentation section, there is a tutorial for user level authentication. it was written for security assist 1, but the concept is the same.

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