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Thread began 9/10/2009 12:11 pm by gary388863 | Last modified 7/22/2010 6:05 pm by Dani Chankhour | 2457 views | 5 replies |

gary388863

Paid PayPal Memberships

I'm new to these products and I've searched the website but can't find any information regarding paid membership sites. Does the "User Registration Solution Pack" offer an option to make the membership site a "paid" site? Or, are there any other solutions here with WebAssist products?

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Jimmy Wu

A combination of the products that we provide would be used to create a paid for site. You would need to use Security Assist to limit the access of pages for users. Each user would have to log in to use the page. Using SecurityAssist, you would be able to set several levels of access to the pages. Some that you don't need to log in to see, some that you have to be logged in to see and some that you have to have paid for the access to. You can then use eCart to charge the user for access to the site. After the user has paid for the access to the site, you will give the user access to the page(s) that they have paid for.

We do not offer a prebuilt solution for this kind of thing, but using the tools could be helpful to create the site you are looking for.

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Brad Lawryk

But there is no way to automatically give someone access when they pay? It has to be done manually by an administrator?

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Jimmy Wu

Yes, you can set it up to automatically give the user access when they pay. On the success page of the cart you can add code that automatically sets the access in the database to allowed so you don't have to do it manually.

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rmaslikhov301200

Jimmy, what is the code for access to be enabled that goes on the ecart success page.

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Dani Chankhour

You will need to add an insert or an update Server Behavior to update the users table. For example you can have a column in your table name 'Paid' which defaults to 0 and once the user have paid you will update that user paid column on the success page to be set to 1 and you will also need to a set a session which you will then use on other pages to determine if the use is a paid user or not. You could also use security assist to create a rule (if the session['paid'] is set or not).

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