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John Parker
Shopping Portlet
19 de junio de 2008 8:22
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John Parker

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Can anyone point me to some documentation for the Shopping portlet? I am about to provide someone a quote for a website, and one of the requirements is some light e-commerce. I don't want to quote him for a Liferay implementation if I can't do the e-commerce part easily.

Is it PayPal only? I see some open bugs, some dating back years. Is this an orphan?

Is it as simple as putting in a Paypal email address in the config page?

Thanks for any info...
John Parker
RE: Shopping Portlet
7 de julio de 2008 12:00
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John Parker

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Should I assume this is not a usable portlet? Without documentation or any indication that it works at all I am very reluctant to tell a client that it even exists.
Anónimo
RE: Shopping Portlet
7 de julio de 2008 12:04
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Anónimo

Hey John.

The shopping portlet does work, as this site http://www.dragonraid.net/home uses it.
John Parker
RE: Shopping Portlet
9 de julio de 2008 13:03
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John Parker

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Thanks very much, that gives me some confidence.

Maybe someday someone will write some documentation for it. Maybe me if I ever figure out how to use it. ;-)
Ryan T
RE: Shopping Portlet
19 de diciembre de 2008 13:47
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Ryan T

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Have you figured this out? I just played around with it and got it to work. Make sure you turn on the IPN settings in your paypal account (I just did a search while being signed in)

One thing I cannot figure out however is subscriptions. Any help with this? I just provide services for a monthly fee and do not need to sell items so much as subscriptions for my services.

I can do it from within paypal if I wanted to paste code and things into liferay, but am trying to keep it as clean as possible.


Or maybe use a journal article with the html for the subscription buttons in it??

Thanks
Ryan T
RE: Shopping Portlet
7 de enero de 2009 0:04
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Ryan T

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Ryan Terwedo:
Have you figured this out? I just played around with it and got it to work. Make sure you turn on the IPN settings in your paypal account (I just did a search while being signed in)

One thing I cannot figure out however is subscriptions. Any help with this? I just provide services for a monthly fee and do not need to sell items so much as subscriptions for my services.

I can do it from within paypal if I wanted to paste code and things into liferay, but am trying to keep it as clean as possible.


Or maybe use a journal article with the html for the subscription buttons in it??

Thanks


You can bill for subscriptions via paypal by editing a journal article and placing the code paypayl gives into the articile...

Had anyone found a way to incorporate this with the user DB so that only paying users can authenticate and a new user is created after paying?
Ryan T
RE: Shopping Portlet
9 de agosto de 2009 19:46
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Ryan T

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I have found it is possible to have paypal manage subscriptions if you turn on IPN settings in paypal acct and install a perl script on the server.

I am not familar with that so I am not even going to try. It essentially creates a custom username and password for you when they pay and then passes this info to you that you must incorporate into your db. they specificly address using a LAMP setup in their examples.

Seems like its possible but way out of my league if anyone has any info or can contribute.

https://www.paypal.com//en_US/pdf/installation.pdf

Ryan
Jakub Liska
RE: Shopping Portlet
11 de octubre de 2010 10:03
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Jakub Liska

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Hi Ryan,

have you managed to incorporate the shopping plugin into the subscription process ? I'm doing the same right now and I somehow got stuck in the same situation as you did.
Ryan T
RE: Shopping Portlet
19 de octubre de 2010 17:25
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Ryan T

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Depends what you are trying to do... I didnt want to go down that path, which may work, however seems like a nightmare having paypap define usernames etc.

If you want to just have subscriptions, but no workflow from it (ie they are separate) You can just put html buttons generated from paypal for subscriptions in a web content display article. Paypal will handle all subscription info and you handle all user creation/role info.

The user will have to be registered, or "upgraded" manually but depending on your userbase it may be manageable.

I have a smaller one so I am just waiting on the community and doing it manually for now.
Manikandan S
RE: Shopping Portlet
6 de septiembre de 2011 4:09
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Manikandan S

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How to get all the values from Paypal like Transaction Id, amount, product name etc in my jsp file?
I was able to send all these values to paypal, the paypal also getting my values.
But the problem is, I don't how to get these values which I sent to paypal in my jsp file.

I tried something like this but no luck.
String amount=request.getParameter("amount");
String amount= ParamUtil.getString(request, "amount");

Here my form,
<form action="https://www.sandbox.paypal.com/cgi-bin/webscr" method="post">
<input type="hidden" name="business" value="mani_m_1311931711_biz@yahoo.com" />
<input type="hidden" name="tx" value="TransactionID">
<input type="hidden" name="quantity" value="2" />
<input type="hidden" name="currency_code" value="USD" />
<input type="hidden" name="amount" value="230" />
<input type="hidden" name="return" value="http://localhost:8080/web/guest/payment" />
<input type="hidden" name="cancel_return" value="http://localhost:8080/web/guest/payment" />
</form>

I am using "post" method. I am able to send the data(like quantity,amount etc.,) to paypal.
My return and cancel_return URL is http://localhost:8080/web/guest/payment means return to my portlet.
while return to my portlet from paypal i am not able to get those data (like quantity,amount etc.,) in my jsp file.
Jean-Pierre Doggett
RE: Shopping Portlet
5 de diciembre de 2011 8:27
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Jean-Pierre Doggett

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Hi,

I know this post was some time ago but I wondered if anyone found a portlet or an easier way to incorporate subscriptions via Paypal into a Liferay site?

Thanks,

JP
nicholas dipiazza
RE: Shopping Portlet
2 de noviembre de 2012 13:26
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nicholas dipiazza

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Hi - I as well am interested.
Milan Kostoláni
RE: Shopping Portlet
5 de noviembre de 2012 6:12
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Milan Kostoláni

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Hello,

following this wiki and current topic is the best solution.
Krishan Babbar
RE: Shopping Portlet
16 de julio de 2013 6:42
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Krishan Babbar

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Hi

I saw Shopping Portlet (http://www.liferay.com/documentation/liferay-portal/6.1/user-guide/-/ai/lp-6-1-ugen12-shopping-0) and it seems working fine.
I have a query related to it.

Is it possible if I want to change its UI?
Actually I want to make its UI matching with my portal.

If yes, then how?


Thanks,
Krishan