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  • jhopong
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    Hi, guys! I'm trying out Silverlight and trying to build a test ecommerce website. I'd like to know where I can get the codes for customizing the ecommerce module to use Paypal. I've been trying to go around the forums posts but I am getting some old posts that may no longer be applicable with the latest SS build.

    (Please put in the link to downloadable codes 'coz I'm a lazy ass. lol )

    Thanks, guys and happy coding!

  • runnerman
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    Hi jhopong,

    To enable the ecommerce module to use payment sites such as paypal in the latest version of ecommerce you need to install the payment module.

    To get my paypal working I upgraded silverstripe to version 2.3.3 and installed ecommerce 0.6 beta 1 (http://silverstripe.org/assets/Uploads/ecommerce-0.6-beta1.tar.gz and payment 0.1 (http://silverstripe.org/assets/Uploads/payment-0.1-beta1.tar.gz).

    Then, within your _config.php file, add the following lines:

    //E-commerce settings

    // Define which payment methods your site uses.
    Payment::set_supported_methods(array(
    'ChequePayment' => 'Cheque',
    'PayPalPayment' => 'Credit/Debit Card'
    ));

    // Check if the site is in 'live' mode, use the live credentials.
    // otherwise, use test credentials instead to be careful.
    if(Director::isLive()) {
    PayPalPayment::set_account_email('youraddress@yourdomain.co.uk');
    } else {
    PayPalPayment::set_test_mode('yourtestaddress@yourdomain.co.uk');
    }

    Change 'youraddress@yourdomain.co.uk' and 'yourtestaddress@yourdomain.co.uk' to the email address associated with your paypal account that is set up for payments and/or testing.

    I hope this helps!

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