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  [MBS] Using Paypal from a Desktop app   -   Jean-Luc Arnaud
   Re: [MBS] Using Paypal from a Desktop app   -   Christian Schmitz
    Re: [MBS] Using Paypal from a Desktop app   -   Jean-Luc Arnaud
    Re: [MBS] Using Paypal from a Desktop app   -   A. Christopher Rosado
     Re: [MBS] Using Paypal from a Desktop app   -   Jean-Luc Arnaud
   Re: [MBS] Using Paypal from a Desktop app   -   Oliver Osswald
    Re: [MBS] Using Paypal from a Desktop app   -   Jean-Luc Arnaud
     Re: [MBS] Using Paypal from a Desktop app   -   Oliver Osswald
      Re: [MBS] Using Paypal from a Desktop app   -   Jean-Luc Arnaud
    Re: [MBS] Using Paypal from a Desktop app   -   Jean-Luc Arnaud
   Re: [MBS] Using Paypal from a Desktop app   -   Oliver Osswald
   Re: [MBS] Using Paypal from a Desktop app   -   Christian Schmitz

[MBS] Using Paypal from a Desktop app
Date: 15.04.15 10:30 (Wed, 15 Apr 2015 11:30:25 +0200)
From: Jean-Luc Arnaud
Hi all,

I'd like to use Paypal from my Desktop app, offering the customer to buy
some licences.
On Internet, I found a cUrl example:
https://developer.paypal.com/docs/integration/web/web-checkout/

But I'd like to know if someone wrote some code about that and could
share it.
In addition, could you, MBS gurus, confirm that MBS CURL plugin really
matches my need?

TIA for any help.

Re: [MBS] Using Paypal from a Desktop app
Date: 16.04.15 17:31 (Thu, 16 Apr 2015 18:31:30 +0200)
From: Christian Schmitz

>
> There are quite a number of options you have, which allow for automation, like callback to a webapplication, for instance. But then you have to dig into paypal documentations, api reference, etc - it depends on how many payments you expect, in order to justify the time for programming a more automated process.
>

well, you just get a URL request from Paypal. You can accept it with a web app, write to a database and have the desktop app query this database from time to time.

Sincerely
Christian

Re: [MBS] Using Paypal from a Desktop app
Date: 17.04.15 08:51 (Fri, 17 Apr 2015 09:51:26 +0200)
From: Jean-Luc Arnaud
You're right, Christian.
Unfortunately, I'm trying to use Paypal payment from a Desktop app, and
callback seems to be a little bit difficult to deal with.

I'm planning to have a dedicated html page on my site, redirecting
Paypal callback to this page and then viewing the page in an HTMLViewer
object.
Does this make sense?

Thanks for your help.

Jean-Luc Arnaud

Le 16/04/2015 18:31, Christian Schmitz a écrit :
>> There are quite a number of options you have, which allow for automation, like callback to a webapplication, for instance. But then you have to dig into paypal documentations, api reference, etc - it depends on how many payments you expect, in order to justify the time for programming a more automated process.
>>
> well, you just get a URL request from Paypal. You can accept it with a web app, write to a database and have the desktop app query this database from time to time.
>
> Sincerely
> Christian
>

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Re: [MBS] Using Paypal from a Desktop app
Date: 16.04.15 21:51 (Thu, 16 Apr 2015 16:51:23 -0400)
From: A. Christopher Rosado
Paypal’s API is pretty straight-forward. You can sandbox as well https://developer.paypal.com <https://developer.paypal.com/>. I have done both Paypal Express and Payments Pro (Payflow) in desktop apps successfully and it isn’t too difficult to roll your own solution.

I’m pretty sure there is a commercial code source for RS/Xojo available, I just can’t remember who offered it.

HTH

—Christopher
> On Apr 16, 2015, at 12:31 PM, Christian Schmitz <<email address removed>> wrote:
>
>
>>
>> There are quite a number of options you have, which allow for automation, like callback to a webapplication, for instance. But then you have to dig into paypal documentations, api reference, etc - it depends on how many payments you expect, in order to justify the time for programming a more automated process.
>>
>
> well, you just get a URL request from Paypal. You can accept it with a web app, write to a database and have the desktop app query this database from time to time.
>
>
> Sincerely
> Christian
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Re: [MBS] Using Paypal from a Desktop app
Date: 17.04.15 08:45 (Fri, 17 Apr 2015 09:45:54 +0200)
From: Jean-Luc Arnaud
Thanks, Christopher.

I found this as Paypal Direct Payment class:

http://www.xojodevspot.com/download.php?view.86

Jean-Luc Arnaud

Le 16/04/2015 22:51, A. Christopher Rosado a écrit :
> Paypal’s API is pretty straight-forward. You can sandbox as well https://developer.paypal.com <https://developer.paypal.com/>. I have done both Paypal Express and Payments Pro (Payflow) in desktop apps successfully and it isn’t too difficult to roll your own solution.
>
> I’m pretty sure there is a commercial code source for RS/Xojo available, I just can’t remember who offered it.
>
> HTH
>
> —Christopher
>> On Apr 16, 2015, at 12:31 PM, Christian Schmitz <<email address removed>> wrote:
>>
>>> There are quite a number of options you have, which allow for automation, like callback to a webapplication, for instance. But then you have to dig into paypal documentations, api reference, etc - it depends on how many payments you expect, in order to justify the time for programming a more automated process.
>>>
>> well, you just get a URL request from Paypal. You can accept it with a web app, write to a database and have the desktop app query this database from time to time.
>>
>> Sincerely
>> Christian
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Re: [MBS] Using Paypal from a Desktop app
Date: 15.04.15 11:37 (Wed, 15 Apr 2015 12:37:51 +0200)
From: Oliver Osswald
I have implemented DynaPDF in XojoScript and like that we are creating invoices with a link to Paypal on it. The PDF invoice is then sent by using a CURLSMBS class. One can create a weblink which includes an invoice-number and Paypal is controlling that the same invoice is not getting paid twice, plus is then sending back that invoice-number with the payment. For us this works quite nicely.

You must dig into the MBS example projects to find out more about it.

To give you an idea, I can just post my XojoScript code here, which creates the Paypal link on the PDF invoice:
(pdf.Weblink is a DynaPDF method to insert a web link onto the current open page)

// ***************** BEGIN PAYPAL **********************************************
If GetPropertyBool("PayPalAllow") Then
If val(totalcost)>0.0 Then
// Localized texts
Dim txPayPal As String
Dim payPalItem As String
Select Case language
Case "D"
txPayPal = "mit PayPal bezahlen"
payPalItem = "Seminar : "
Case "F"
txPayPal = "payez avec PayPal"
payPalItem = "séminaire : "
Else
txPayPal = "pay with PayPal"
payPalItem = "seminar : "
End
payPalItem = payPalItem + GetText("imTF_evt_Linkbox",id_evt)

// PayPal option
Dim url As String = "https://www.paypal.com/xclick/"
Dim business As String = "business=" + GetProperty("PayPalEmail")
Dim amount As String = "&amount=" + totalcostHigh + "." + totalcostLow
Dim currency_code As String = "&currency_code=" + IsCurrency // CHF or EUR
Dim item_name As String = "&item_name=" + Urlencode(payPalItem)
Dim item_number As String = "&item_number=" + UrlEncode(invoicenumber)
Dim invoice As String = "&invoice=" + Urlencode(invoicenumber)
Dim no_note As String = "&no_note=" + "0"
Dim no_shipping As String = "&no_shipping=" + "1"

// Define Payment Link
url = url + business + amount + currency_code + item_name + item_number + invoice + no_note + no_shipping

Dim PayPalLeft As Integer = 415.0

// Textcolor of PayPal weblink
Dim colorstring As String = "&c6B000100" // default is black "&c00000000", light blue: &c009FE300"
Call PdfSetStrokeColor(colorstring)
Call PdfSetFillColor(colorstring)
Call PdfWriteText(PayPalLeft,y,txPayPal)

// Framecolor of PayPal weblink
colorstring = "&cFFCC6600"
Call PdfSetStrokeColor(colorstring)
Call PdfSetFillColor(colorstring)
Call PdfWebLink(PayPalLeft-2,y,pdfgetTextWidth(txPayPal)+ 4,16.0,url)

End If // val(totalcost)>0.0
End If // GetPropertyBool("PayPalAllow")
// ******************* END PAYPAL **********************************************


> On 15.04.2015, at 11:30, Jean-Luc Arnaud <<email address removed>> wrote:
>
> Hi all,
>
> I'd like to use Paypal from my Desktop app, offering the customer to buy
> some licences.
> On Internet, I found a cUrl example:
> https://developer.paypal.com/docs/integration/web/web-checkout/
>
> But I'd like to know if someone wrote some code about that and could
> share it.
> In addition, could you, MBS gurus, confirm that MBS CURL plugin really
> matches my need?
>
> TIA for any help.
>
> --
> Jean-Luc Arnaud
>
>
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Re: [MBS] Using Paypal from a Desktop app
Date: 16.04.15 16:35 (Thu, 16 Apr 2015 17:35:55 +0200)
From: Jean-Luc Arnaud
Hi Oliver,

How do you manage the callback (that is, the IPN or Payment
Notification) from Paypal?
I don't see nothing in your code for that.

What if the user cancels (or does not validate) the payment?

TIA

Jean-Luc Arnaud

Le 15/04/2015 12:37, Oliver Osswald a écrit :
> I have implemented DynaPDF in XojoScript and like that we are creating invoices with a link to Paypal on it. The PDF invoice is then sent by using a CURLSMBS class. One can create a weblink which includes an invoice-number and Paypal is controlling that the same invoice is not getting paid twice, plus is then sending back that invoice-number with the payment. For us this works quite nicely.
>
> You must dig into the MBS example projects to find out more about it.
>
> To give you an idea, I can just post my XojoScript code here, which creates the Paypal link on the PDF invoice:
> (pdf.Weblink is a DynaPDF method to insert a web link onto the current open page)
>
> // ***************** BEGIN PAYPAL **********************************************
> If GetPropertyBool("PayPalAllow") Then
> If val(totalcost)>0.0 Then
> // Localized texts
> Dim txPayPal As String
> Dim payPalItem As String
> Select Case language
> Case "D"
> txPayPal = "mit PayPal bezahlen"
> payPalItem = "Seminar : "
> Case "F"
> txPayPal = "payez avec PayPal"
> payPalItem = "séminaire : "
> Else
> txPayPal = "pay with PayPal"
> payPalItem = "seminar : "
> End
> payPalItem = payPalItem + GetText("imTF_evt_Linkbox",id_evt)
>
> // PayPal option
> Dim url As String = "https://www.paypal.com/xclick/"
> Dim business As String = "business=" + GetProperty("PayPalEmail")
> Dim amount As String = "&amount=" + totalcostHigh + "." + totalcostLow
> Dim currency_code As String = "&currency_code=" + IsCurrency // CHF or EUR
> Dim item_name As String = "&item_name=" + Urlencode(payPalItem)
> Dim item_number As String = "&item_number=" + UrlEncode(invoicenumber)
> Dim invoice As String = "&invoice=" + Urlencode(invoicenumber)
> Dim no_note As String = "&no_note=" + "0"
> Dim no_shipping As String = "&no_shipping=" + "1"
>
> // Define Payment Link
> url = url + business + amount + currency_code + item_name + item_number + invoice + no_note + no_shipping
>
> Dim PayPalLeft As Integer = 415.0
>
> // Textcolor of PayPal weblink
> Dim colorstring As String = "&c6B000100" // default is black "&c00000000", light blue: &c009FE300"
> Call PdfSetStrokeColor(colorstring)
> Call PdfSetFillColor(colorstring)
> Call PdfWriteText(PayPalLeft,y,txPayPal)
>
> // Framecolor of PayPal weblink
> colorstring = "&cFFCC6600"
> Call PdfSetStrokeColor(colorstring)
> Call PdfSetFillColor(colorstring)
> Call PdfWebLink(PayPalLeft-2,y,pdfgetTextWidth(txPayPal)+ 4,16.0,url)
>
> End If // val(totalcost)>0.0
> End If // GetPropertyBool("PayPalAllow")
> // ******************* END PAYPAL **********************************************
>
>> On 15.04.2015, at 11:30, Jean-Luc Arnaud <<email address removed>> wrote:
>>
>> Hi all,
>>
>> I'd like to use Paypal from my Desktop app, offering the customer to buy
>> some licences.
>> On Internet, I found a cUrl example:
>> https://developer.paypal.com/docs/integration/web/web-checkout/
>>
>> But I'd like to know if someone wrote some code about that and could
>> share it.
>> In addition, could you, MBS gurus, confirm that MBS CURL plugin really
>> matches my need?
>>
>> TIA for any help.
>>
>> --
>> Jean-Luc Arnaud
>>
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Re: [MBS] Using Paypal from a Desktop app
Date: 16.04.15 17:14 (Thu, 16 Apr 2015 18:14:57 +0200)
From: Oliver Osswald
Yes, the way we have chosen is the simplest approach: When a payment is made, then we receive an email from paypal with amount and invoice number. Our secretaries handle this manually, ie. they type the payment into the desktop app.

There are quite a number of options you have, which allow for automation, like callback to a webapplication, for instance. But then you have to dig into paypal documentations, api reference, etc - it depends on how many payments you expect, in order to justify the time for programming a more automated process.

One way which might be simpler would be to parse the incoming payment notification email and then do whatever is necessary with it. Appart from an invoice number, you could also add a customfield with hidden information to the url and paypal is sending it back to you with the email.

====
To set a header graphic for the payment page in Paypal:

Go to Paypal.com <http://paypal.com/>, and after Login to:
My Account -> Profile -> My selling tools -> Selling online : Custom payment pages -> Update

URL variables:

business=<email address removed> <mailto:business=<email address removed>> // paypal account email address OR Merchant account ID
item_name=Seminartitle // One line identifying the item to pay for
item_number=Invoice number // an identifier visible at checkout
invoice=Invoice number // not visible at checkout, pass in to avoid dual payments
no_note=0 // 0=allow customer to leave a comment, 1=do not allow comment
no_shipping=1 // Do not prompt buyers for a shipping address. Allowable values are:
0 – prompt for an address, but do not require one
1 – do not prompt for an address
2 – prompt for an address, and require one
custom= // User-defined field which PayPal passes through the system and returns to you
// in your merchant payment notification email. Subscribers do not see this field.

//EncodeUrl any variable!

https://www.paypal.com/xclick/business=<email address removed>&item_name=Teilnahme%20am%20Seminar%202015-CHI-I&item_number=SEMD&amount=150.00&currency_code=CHF&invoice=2015-128&no_shipping=1&no_note=0 <https://www.paypal.com/xclick/business=<email address removed>&item_name=Teilnahme%20am%20Seminar%202015-CHI-I&item_number=SEMD&amount=150.00&currency_code=CHF&invoice=2015-128&no_shipping=1&no_note=0>

business Your PayPal ID or an email address associated with your PayPal account. Email addresses must be confirmed.
custom User-defined field which PayPal passes through the system and returns to you in your merchant
payment notification email. Subscribers do not see this field. 255
invoice User-defined field which must be unique with each subscription.
The invoice number is shown to subscribers with the other details of their payments
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Re: [MBS] Using Paypal from a Desktop app
Date: 17.04.15 08:43 (Fri, 17 Apr 2015 09:43:34 +0200)
From: Jean-Luc Arnaud
Many thanks for explanation, Oliver.

Greetings.

Jean-Luc Arnaud

Le 16/04/2015 18:14, Oliver Osswald a écrit :
> Yes, the way we have chosen is the simplest approach: When a payment is made, then we receive an email from paypal with amount and invoice number. Our secretaries handle this manually, ie. they type the payment into the desktop app.
>
> There are quite a number of options you have, which allow for automation, like callback to a webapplication, for instance. But then you have to dig into paypal documentations, api reference, etc - it depends on how many payments you expect, in order to justify the time for programming a more automated process.
>
> One way which might be simpler would be to parse the incoming payment notification email and then do whatever is necessary with it. Appart from an invoice number, you could also add a customfield with hidden information to the url and paypal is sending it back to you with the email.
>
> ====
> To set a header graphic for the payment page in Paypal:
>
> Go to Paypal.com <http://paypal.com/>, and after Login to:
> My Account -> Profile -> My selling tools -> Selling online : Custom payment pages -> Update
>
> URL variables:
>
> business=<email address removed> <mailto:business=<email address removed>> // paypal account email address OR Merchant account ID
> item_name=Seminartitle // One line identifying the item to pay for
> item_number=Invoice number // an identifier visible at checkout
> invoice=Invoice number // not visible at checkout, pass in to avoid dual payments
> no_note=0 // 0=allow customer to leave a comment, 1=do not allow comment
> no_shipping=1 // Do not prompt buyers for a shipping address. Allowable values are:
> 0 – prompt for an address, but do not require one
> 1 – do not prompt for an address
> 2 – prompt for an address, and require one
> custom= // User-defined field which PayPal passes through the system and returns to you
> // in your merchant payment notification email. Subscribers do not see this field.
>
> //EncodeUrl any variable!
>
> https://www.paypal.com/xclick/business=<email address removed>&item_name=Teilnahme%20am%20Seminar%202015-CHI-I&item_number=SEMD&amount=150.00&currency_code=CHF&invoice=2015-128&no_shipping=1&no_note=0 <https://www.paypal.com/xclick/business=<email address removed>&item_name=Teilnahme%20am%20Seminar%202015-CHI-I&item_number=SEMD&amount=150.00&currency_code=CHF&invoice=2015-128&no_shipping=1&no_note=0>
> business Your PayPal ID or an email address associated with your PayPal account. Email addresses must be confirmed.
> custom User-defined field which PayPal passes through the system and returns to you in your merchant
> payment notification email. Subscribers do not see this field. 255
> invoice User-defined field which must be unique with each subscription.
> The invoice number is shown to subscribers with the other details of their payments
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Re: [MBS] Using Paypal from a Desktop app
Date: 16.04.15 09:07 (Thu, 16 Apr 2015 10:07:15 +0200)
From: Jean-Luc Arnaud
Thanks a lot, Oliver, I will try and adapt this to my need.

Jean-Luc Arnaud

Le 15/04/2015 12:37, Oliver Osswald a écrit :
> I have implemented DynaPDF in XojoScript and like that we are creating invoices with a link to Paypal on it. The PDF invoice is then sent by using a CURLSMBS class. One can create a weblink which includes an invoice-number and Paypal is controlling that the same invoice is not getting paid twice, plus is then sending back that invoice-number with the payment. For us this works quite nicely.
>
> You must dig into the MBS example projects to find out more about it.
>
> To give you an idea, I can just post my XojoScript code here, which creates the Paypal link on the PDF invoice:
> (pdf.Weblink is a DynaPDF method to insert a web link onto the current open page)
>
> // ***************** BEGIN PAYPAL **********************************************
> If GetPropertyBool("PayPalAllow") Then
> If val(totalcost)>0.0 Then
> // Localized texts
> Dim txPayPal As String
> Dim payPalItem As String
> Select Case language
> Case "D"
> txPayPal = "mit PayPal bezahlen"
> payPalItem = "Seminar : "
> Case "F"
> txPayPal = "payez avec PayPal"
> payPalItem = "séminaire : "
> Else
> txPayPal = "pay with PayPal"
> payPalItem = "seminar : "
> End
> payPalItem = payPalItem + GetText("imTF_evt_Linkbox",id_evt)
>
> // PayPal option
> Dim url As String = "https://www.paypal.com/xclick/"
> Dim business As String = "business=" + GetProperty("PayPalEmail")
> Dim amount As String = "&amount=" + totalcostHigh + "." + totalcostLow
> Dim currency_code As String = "&currency_code=" + IsCurrency // CHF or EUR
> Dim item_name As String = "&item_name=" + Urlencode(payPalItem)
> Dim item_number As String = "&item_number=" + UrlEncode(invoicenumber)
> Dim invoice As String = "&invoice=" + Urlencode(invoicenumber)
> Dim no_note As String = "&no_note=" + "0"
> Dim no_shipping As String = "&no_shipping=" + "1"
>
> // Define Payment Link
> url = url + business + amount + currency_code + item_name + item_number + invoice + no_note + no_shipping
>
> Dim PayPalLeft As Integer = 415.0
>
> // Textcolor of PayPal weblink
> Dim colorstring As String = "&c6B000100" // default is black "&c00000000", light blue: &c009FE300"
> Call PdfSetStrokeColor(colorstring)
> Call PdfSetFillColor(colorstring)
> Call PdfWriteText(PayPalLeft,y,txPayPal)
>
> // Framecolor of PayPal weblink
> colorstring = "&cFFCC6600"
> Call PdfSetStrokeColor(colorstring)
> Call PdfSetFillColor(colorstring)
> Call PdfWebLink(PayPalLeft-2,y,pdfgetTextWidth(txPayPal)+ 4,16.0,url)
>
> End If // val(totalcost)>0.0
> End If // GetPropertyBool("PayPalAllow")
> // ******************* END PAYPAL **********************************************
>
>> On 15.04.2015, at 11:30, Jean-Luc Arnaud <<email address removed>> wrote:
>>
>> Hi all,
>>
>> I'd like to use Paypal from my Desktop app, offering the customer to buy
>> some licences.
>> On Internet, I found a cUrl example:
>> https://developer.paypal.com/docs/integration/web/web-checkout/
>>
>> But I'd like to know if someone wrote some code about that and could
>> share it.
>> In addition, could you, MBS gurus, confirm that MBS CURL plugin really
>> matches my need?
>>
>> TIA for any help.
>>
>> --
>> Jean-Luc Arnaud
>>
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Re: [MBS] Using Paypal from a Desktop app
Date: 15.04.15 11:47 (Wed, 15 Apr 2015 12:47:18 +0200)
From: Oliver Osswald
And the PDF file with the paypal link can look something like this, at the end:

http://www.osswald.com/xojo/samples/2015-33.pdf

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Re: [MBS] Using Paypal from a Desktop app
Date: 15.04.15 11:02 (Wed, 15 Apr 2015 12:02:31 +0200)
From: Christian Schmitz

> In addition, could you, MBS gurus, confirm that MBS CURL plugin really
> matches my need?

I think you can do that in Xojo and with help of our CURL Plugin.
Not sure if someone did that.

You may need to load the page to htmlviewer for user to confirm.

Sincerely
Christian