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  1. The problem was that the editor had misspelled words. It works now
  2. ok so i'm using this tutorial from here Everything works fine but the insert to database function. It's the insert_data() function. I tried testing it but it inserts 0 in the test database so i think its not passing the correct values. <?php class PayPal_IPN{ function infotuts_ipn($im_debut_ipn) { define('SSL_P_URL', 'https://www.paypal.com/cgi-bin/webscr'); define('SSL_SAND_URL', 'https://www.sandbox.paypal.com/cgi-bin/webscr'); $hostname = gethostbyaddr($_SERVER['REMOTE_ADDR']); if (!preg_match('/paypal\.com$/', $hostname)) { $ipn_status = 'Validation post isn\'t from PayPal'; if ($im_debut_ipn == true) { // mail test } return false; } // parse the paypal URL $paypal_url = ($_REQUEST['test_ipn'] == 1) ? SSL_SAND_URL : SSL_P_URL; $url_parsed = parse_url($paypal_url); $post_string = ''; foreach ($_REQUEST as $field => $value) { $post_string .= $field . '=' . urlencode(stripslashes($value)) . '&'; } $post_string.="cmd=_notify-validate"; // append ipn command // get the correct paypal url to post request to $paypal_mode_status = $im_debut_ipn; //get_option('im_sabdbox_mode'); if ($paypal_mode_status == true) $fp = fsockopen('ssl://www.sandbox.paypal.com', "443", $err_num, $err_str, 60); else $fp = fsockopen('ssl://www.paypal.com', "443", $err_num, $err_str, 60); $ipn_response = ''; if (!$fp) { // could not open the connection. If loggin is on, the error message // will be in the log. $ipn_status = "fsockopen error no. $err_num: $err_str"; if ($im_debut_ipn == true) { echo 'fsockopen fail'; } return false; } else { // Post the data back to paypal fputs($fp, "POST $url_parsed[path] HTTP/1.1\r\n"); fputs($fp, "Host: $url_parsed[host]\r\n"); fputs($fp, "Content-type: application/x-www-form-urlencoded\r\n"); fputs($fp, "Content-length: " . strlen($post_string) . "\r\n"); fputs($fp, "Connection: close\r\n\r\n"); fputs($fp, $post_string . "\r\n\r\n"); // loop through the response from the server and append to variable while (!feof($fp)) { $ipn_response .= fgets($fp, 1024); } fclose($fp); // close connection } // Invalid IPN transaction. Check the $ipn_status and log for details. if (!preg_match("/VERIFIED/s", $ipn_response)) { $ipn_status = 'IPN Validation Failed'; if ($im_debut_ipn == true) { echo 'Validation fail'; print_r($_REQUEST); } return false; } else { $ipn_status = "IPN VERIFIED"; if ($im_debut_ipn == true) { echo 'SUCCESS'; } return true; } } function ipn_response($request){ mail("enrique7979@yahoo.com","My subject",print_r($request,true)); $im_debut_ipn=true; if ($this->infotuts_ipn($im_debut_ipn)) { // if paypal sends a response code back let's handle it if ($im_debut_ipn == true) { $sub = 'PayPal IPN Debug Email Main'; $msg = print_r($request, true); $aname = 'infotuts'; //mail send } // process the membership since paypal gave us a valid + $this->insert_data($request); } } function issetCheck($post,$key){ if(isset($post[$key])){ $return=$post[$key]; } else{ $return=''; } return $return; } function insert_data($request){ require_once('dbconnect.php'); $post=$request; $item_name=$this->issetCheck($post,'item_name'); $amount=$this->issetCheck($post,'mc_gross'); $currency=$this->issetCheck($post,'mc_currency'); $payer_email=$this->issetCheck($post,'payer_email'); $first_name=$this->issetCheck($post,'first_name'); $last_name=$this->issetCheck($post,'last_name'); $country=$this->issetCheck($post,'residence_country'); $txn_id=$this->issetCheck($post,'txn_id'); $txn_type=$this->issetCheck($post,'txn_type'); $payment_status=$this->issetCheck($post,'payment_status'); $payment_type=$this->issetCheck($post,'payment_type'); $payer_id=$this->issetCheck($post,'payer_id'); $create_date=date('Y-m-d H:i:s'); $payment_date=date('Y-m-d H:i:s'); mysqli_query($con,"INSERT INTO `test`(`email`, `name`) VALUES ('$payer_email','$item_name')"); mysqli_query($con,"INSERT INTO `infotuts_transection_tbl` (`item_name`,`payer_email`,`first_name`,`last_name`,`amount`,`currency`,`country`,`txn_id`,`txn_type`,`payer_id`,`payment_status`,`payment_type`,`create_date`,`payment_date`) VALUES ('$item_name','$payer_email','$first_name','$last_name','$amount','$currency','$country','$txn_id','$txn_type','$payer_id','$payment_status','$payment_type','$create_date','$payment_date')"); } } $obj = New PayPal_IPN(); $obj->ipn_response($_REQUEST); ?>
  3. solution : $dbbody = $rows['body']; $arr = explode("\n", $dbbody);
  4. OK so I want to be about to turn each line into a variable for example. I am retrieving emails sent to my email that look like this in the body content Name Address Town State Zip Car I want to be able to make each line into a variable instead of doing this. $query = mysqli_query($db,"SELECT * FROM email_leads WHERE email = '$company_email'"); while($rows = mysqli_fetch_assoc($query)){ $dbbody = nl2br($rows['body']); echo "<hr>$dbbody"; Any Ideas
  5. i get this SELECT * FROM `cars` WHERE manufacturer IN ('Audi','BMW') AND tier IN ('') i don't get it. Isn't it the same as the one before?
  6. What im i doing wrong ? $sql = "SELECT * FROM `cars` WHERE manufacturer IN ('". implode("','", $checklist) . "') AND tier IN ('". implode("','", $tier) . "')";
  7. I am trying to do this $sql = "SELECT * FROM `cars` WHERE `manufacturer` IN (".implode(",",$_POST['check_list']).")"; $query = mysqli_query($db,$sql); //get the rows while($rows = mysqli_fetch_assoc($query)){ $mid = $rows['id']; $dbm = $rows['manufacturer']; $tier = $rows['tier']; $name = $rows['name']; $email = $rows['email']; echo ""; echo "<br><br>Tier: $tier <br>Manufacturer: $dbm<br>Contact Name: $name <br> Email: $email "; } but it's not working.
  8. I want to be able to search various manufacturers by selecting checkboxes, how would I do this? What if they choose 7 to search how would i get it to work with the sql string right now i have to enter it manually like this LIKE '%BMW' but I want it to come from the loop: if(!empty($_POST['check_list'])) { // Loop to store and display values of individual checked checkbox. foreach($_POST['check_list'] as $selected) { echo $selected."</br>"; } } $sql = "SELECT * FROM `Cars` WHERE `manufacturer` LIKE '%BMW' OR `manufacturer` LIKE '%Audi' ORDER BY `tier` ASC";
  9. I want to get my price to the nearest quarter for example if its 563 it will go to 550. I don't know what the next step should be. All my prices are whole numbers not decimals. $sql = "SELECT AVG(pay) from `data` WHERE `o_state`='$o_state' and `d_state`='$d_state' and `first` LIKE '$firstdate%'"; $run = mysqli_query($db,$sql); $rows = mysqli_fetch_assoc($run); echo $mean = $rows['AVG(pay)']; $mean = round($mean, 0);
  10. ok so here is my code $t = round($seconds); echo sprintf('%02d:%02d:%02d', ($t/3600),($t/60%60), $t%60); the $t is the h m s in seconds i want to just get the minutes so than i can do something like this if($t <= 1500){ $t = 900; } if($t <= 2100){ $t = 1800; } if($t <= 3300){ $t = 2700; } if($t <= 3600){ $t = $t + 216000; } so the result can be something like this 3 hr 15mins 3hr 30min 3hr 45min 4 is this something i can do?
  11. ok im stuck at how to calculate the pay. for example how would i calculate 14 hours and 42mins * Pay Salary i tried this 14.42 * 15 = 216.3 but im pretty sure thats off by a few cents or dollars. Any idea how to go about it
  12. i fixed it by adding $seconds = 0; before the for loop $seconds = 0; for($day=0; $day<7; $day++) { ... $seconds += $parsed['hour'] * 3600 + $parsed['minute'] * 60 + $parsed['second']; } echo $seconds;
  13. This is how my code looks like. $query = "SELECT date, start, end, day_total, TIMESTAMPDIFF(SECOND, start, end) as day_t FROM `timesheet` WHERE `date` >= CAST('$start' AS DATE) AND `date` <= DATE_ADD(CAST('$start' AS DATE), INTERVAL 6 DAY) AND e_user='$username'"; $result = mysqli_query($db, $query); //Dump results into an array $records = array(); while($row = mysqli_fetch_assoc($result)) { $records[$row['date']] = $row; } //Create a loop from first to last date //for each day, check if there is a matching records //in the records array. If so, use that data //Else, there was no data for that date for($day=0; $day<7; $day++) { $timeStamp = strtotime("{$start} +{$day} day"); $dateStamp = date("Y-m-d", $timeStamp); $DOW = date("D", $timeStamp); $dateStr = date("m/d/Y", $timeStamp); //Set default values $startTime = ''; $endTime = ''; $totalHours = ''; if(isset($records[$dateStamp])) { $startTime = $records[$dateStamp]['start']; $endTime = $records[$dateStamp]['end']; $totalTimeer = $records[$dateStamp]['day_t']; } // $totalTime = $records[$dateStamp]['day_total']; $totalTime = $records[$dateStamp]['day_total']; $h = str_replace("h ",":","$totalTime"); $m = str_replace("m ",":","$h"); $all = str_replace("s","","$m"); $parsed = date_parse($all); $seconds = $parsed['hour'] * 3600 + $parsed['minute'] * 60 + $parsed['second']; echo $seconds; //Output results echo "<tr>\n"; echo "<td class='tg-031e'>{$DOW} {$dateStr}</td>\n"; echo "<td class='tg-031e'>{$startTime}</td>\n"; echo "<td class='tg-031e'>{$endTime}</td>\n"; echo "<td class='tg-031e'>{$totalTime}</td>\n"; echo "<td class='tg-031e'></td>\n"; echo "<td class='tg-031e'></td>"; echo "</tr>\n"; } ?>
  14. Im trying to add seconds like this $h = str_replace("h ",":","$totalTime"); $m = str_replace("m ",":","$h"); $all = str_replace("s","","$m"); $parsed = date_parse($all); $seconds = $parsed['hour'] * 3600 + $parsed['minute'] * 60 + $parsed['second']; echo $seconds; the results come out like this 12766 0 4460 0 9219 0 0 which i think is good because there are seven results 12766 , 0 , 4460 , 0 , 9219 , 0 , 0 i want to add them but keep in mind that they are in sign of an array. I've been trying this $seconds * 7; or $seconds + seconds + seconds + seconds + seconds + seconds +seconds but i get this 89362 0 31220 0 64533 0 0 is there a way to add them all up and get just on value of seconds? like 3294242
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