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Posted: January 15, 2011 12:42 am
Member No.: 4,401
Joined: January 15, 2011
I have just started using phpCoin and am very pleased with it so far.
However I was dissapointed with the fact that you can not add domain names to the invoice directly from the client side ordering. The reason for this is explained in the documentation:
This is very true as I came upon this problem some years back, however I simply overcame this issue by simply passing the invoice id and a general description to the vendor (paypal) with the invoices full amount regardless of how many items were actually on the invoice.
This maybe this is the soloution phpCoin needs in some future release to allow seporate items on a single invoice to be passed to third party payment systems. This would allow clients to order multiple domains/hosting which could be paid for immediately and still show up as multiple items on the actual invoice.
Maybe I am overlooking something here but this seems a simple soloution which would allow phpCoin to become more flexible in the future.
Posted: January 15, 2011 06:42 am
Member No.: 3
Joined: August 25, 2006
You would have to create multiple packages eg
Hosting +Domain $y
The whole of the order/invoicing system really needs a complete overhaul - but since no-one is interested in helping to develop the phpCOIN code ................ it will probably be some time before I can find any time to start on this !!
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