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Criando script de pagamento

08-06-2011 14:07

Olá boa tarde amigos.
Eu estou " tentando" criar um sistema de pagamento como MOIP, PAGSEGURO. etc.
Usando essa interface de código pronta. (Sistema que estou usando é opensource mas ja me deu essa estrutura )

<?php /******************************************************************************* * PHP Paypal IPN Integration Class ******************************************************************************* * Author: Micah Carrick * Email: email@micahcarrick.com * Website: http://www.micahcarrick.com * * File: paypal.class.php * Version: 1.00 * Copyright: (c) 2005 - Micah Carrick * You are free to use, distribute, and modify this software * under the terms of the GNU General Public License. See the * included license.txt file. * ******************************************************************************* * VERION HISTORY: * * v1.0.0 [04.16.2005] - Initial Version * ******************************************************************************* * DESCRIPTION: * * This file provides a neat and simple method to interface with paypal and * The paypal Instant Payment Notification (IPN) interface. This file is * NOT intended to make the paypal integration "plug 'n' play". It still * requires the developer (that should be you) to understand the paypal * process and know the variables you want/need to pass to paypal to * achieve what you want. * * This class handles the submission of an order to paypal aswell as the * processing an Instant Payment Notification. * * This code is based on that of the php-toolkit from paypal. I've taken * the basic principals and put it in to a class so that it is a little * easier--at least for me--to use. The php-toolkit can be downloaded from * http://sourceforge.net/projects/paypal. * * To submit an order to paypal, have your order form POST to a file with: * * $p = new paypal_class; * $p->add_field('business', 'somebody@domain.com'); * $p->add_field('first_name', $_POST['first_name']); * ... (add all your fields in the same manor) * $p->submit_paypal_post(); * * To process an IPN, have your IPN processing file contain: * * $p = new paypal_class; * if ($p->validate_ipn()) { * ... (IPN is verified. Details are in the ipn_data() array) * } * * * In case you are new to paypal, here is some information to help you: * * 1. Download and read the Merchant User Manual and Integration Guide from * http://www.paypal.com/en_US/pdf/integration_guide.pdf. This gives * you all the information you need including the fields you can pass to * paypal (using add_field() with this class) aswell as all the fields * that are returned in an IPN post (stored in the ipn_data() array in * this class). It also diagrams the entire transaction process. * * 2. Create a "sandbox" account for a buyer and a seller. This is just * a test account(s) that allow you to test your site from both the * seller and buyer perspective. The instructions for this is available * at https://developer.paypal.com/ as well as a great forum where you * can ask all your paypal integration questions. Make sure you follow * all the directions in setting up a sandbox test environment, including * the addition of fake bank accounts and credit cards. * ******************************************************************************* */ class paypal_class { var $last_error; // holds the last error encountered var $ipn_log; // bool: log IPN results to text file? var $ipn_log_file; // filename of the IPN log var $ipn_response; // holds the IPN response from paypal var $ipn_data = array(); // array contains the POST values for IPN var $fields = array(); // array holds the fields to submit to paypal function paypal_class() { // initialization constructor. Called when class is created. $this->paypal_url = 'https://www.paypal.com/cgi-bin/webscr'; $this->last_error = ''; $this->ipn_log_file = 'ipn_log.txt'; $this->ipn_log = false; $this->ipn_response = ''; // populate $fields array with a few default values. See the paypal // documentation for a list of fields and their data types. These defaul // values can be overwritten by the calling script. $this->add_field('rm','2'); // Return method = POST $this->add_field('cmd','_xclick'); } function add_field($field, $value) { // adds a key=>value pair to the fields array, which is what will be // sent to paypal as POST variables. If the value is already in the // array, it will be overwritten. $this->fields["$field"] = $value; } function submit_paypal_post() { //MODDED BY JONNY foreach($this->fields as $name => $value) { if(isset($n)) { $split = "&"; } $post .= $split.$name."=".$value; $n++; } header("Location: ".$this->paypal_url."?".$post); } function validate_ipn() { // parse the paypal URL $url_parsed=parse_url($this->paypal_url); // generate the post string from the _POST vars aswell as load the // _POST vars into an arry so we can play with them from the calling // script. $post_string = ''; foreach ($_POST as $field=>$value) { $this->ipn_data["$field"] = $value; $post_string .= $field.'='.urlencode($value).'&'; } $post_string.="cmd=_notify-validate"; // append ipn command // open the connection to paypal $fp = fsockopen($url_parsed[host],"80",$err_num,$err_str,30); if(!$fp) { // could not open the connection. If loggin is on, the error message // will be in the log. $this->last_error = "fsockopen error no. $errnum: $errstr"; $this->log_ipn_results(false); return false; } else { // Post the data back to paypal fputs($fp, "POST $url_parsed[path] HTTP/1.1\r\n"); fputs($fp, "Host: $url_parsed[host]\r\n"); fputs($fp, "Content-type: application/x-www-form-urlencoded\r\n"); fputs($fp, "Content-length: ".strlen($post_string)."\r\n"); fputs($fp, "Connection: close\r\n\r\n"); fputs($fp, $post_string . "\r\n\r\n"); // loop through the response from the server and append to variable while(!feof($fp)) { $this->ipn_response .= fgets($fp, 1024); } fclose($fp); // close connection } if (eregi("VERIFIED",$this->ipn_response)) { // Valid IPN transaction. $this->log_ipn_results(true); return true; } else { // Invalid IPN transaction. Check the log for details. $this->last_error = 'IPN Validation Failed.'; $this->log_ipn_results(false); return false; } } function log_ipn_results($success) { if (!$this->ipn_log) return; // is logging turned off? // Timestamp $text = '['.date('m/d/Y g:i A').'] - '; // Success or failure being logged? if ($success) $text .= "SUCCESS!\n"; else $text .= 'FAIL: '.$this->last_error."\n"; // Log the POST variables $text .= "IPN POST Vars from Paypal:\n"; foreach ($this->ipn_data as $key=>$value) { $text .= "$key=$value, "; } // Log the response from the paypal server $text .= "\nIPN Response from Paypal Server:\n ".$this->ipn_response; // Write to log $fp=fopen($this->ipn_log_file,'a'); fwrite($fp, $text . "\n\n"); fclose($fp); // close file } function dump_fields() { // Used for debugging, this function will output all the field/value pairs // that are currently defined in the instance of the class using the // add_field() function. echo "<h3>paypal_class->dump_fields() Output:</h3>"; echo "<table width=\"95%\" border=\"1\" cellpadding=\"2\" cellspacing=\"0\"> <tr> <td bgcolor=\"black\"><b><font color=\"white\">Field Name</font></b></td> <td bgcolor=\"black\"><b><font color=\"white\">Value</font></b></td> </tr>"; ksort($this->fields); foreach ($this->fields as $key => $value) { echo "<tr><td>$key</td><td>".urldecode($value)."&nbsp;</td></tr>"; } echo "</table><br>"; } }

Porém não estou conseguindo criar ou integra o moip nele. Alguem pode me auxiliar nisso?
Obrigado =D
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Criando script de pagamento

08-06-2011 15:29

Achei esse tutorial abaixo que mostra como integrar pagamento MOIP usando o PHP

ttp://www.moip.com.br/resources/tutorials/Int ... PI_PHP.pdf
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