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Subject: Paypal - Passing recurring payment variables to module
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Andrew Hacker
Posts:8

12 Jan 2009 11:20 AM  

Hi Anthony,

Now we can pass payment amount and , item, and description variables to the module via session variables.

Is there any way we can do the same thing with recurring payment variables (subscription variables)?

Thanks!

Andrew

Anthony Glenwright
Posts:10552

12 Jan 2009 10:07 PM  
No, you will need to use seperate instances of the module. What are you trying to do?
Andrew Hacker
Posts:8

15 Jan 2009 9:02 AM  

we can set up two separate instances of the module.

the first instance, which we have now, we submit one time payments, and the previous page passes the amount, description, and item # via session variables.

we also want to set it up (with a second instance), that will handle recurring payments, so we need to be able to just as above send the recurring payment (you call it subcription) variables to that instance via session variables.

can this be done now? or is it something that can be added?

Thanks! Andrew

Anthony Glenwright
Posts:10552

15 Jan 2009 4:14 PM  
It sounds like your scenario is one that we developed the "paypal list" module for. You can go ahead and set up the two modules, add a "paypal list" module to the same page & select the "use paypal list" checkbox for both paypal modules - when you do that, the module names will be displayed in a drop-down list, and you must select one of them before the paypal module is displayed.
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