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  1. Hello all, I need some help with my database. So far I have made a program that collects information from a mysql database and I can edit the information and all. Anyways, I use that program to keep track of my job orders but as it stands now I have to enter it all myself. Is there a way that I can have paypal or a php enter the clients name, email, order ID (dont even know how to do this in paypal), and what product he bought in a table on my database? Ill provide screenshots of my program and also database table. Dont know if it will help but it might a bit. By the way, I dont have a clue about php.
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