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Using Joomla 2.5 and Virtuemart 3. I've had a client tell us that they're getting e-mails (admin order confirmation email) that are different orders from the same person at the same time. After some test orders I've seen that what happens is when PayPal is used, and the customer is being redirected or has been, they then press the back button in the browser, amend the order and send it again. This sends 2 e-mails to the shop and causes confusion. Is there a way to stop this? (Other than a big bold message warning not to do it)
I have a website which shows lots of products by PHP/mysql database. Currently only cash payments are available. I want to add PayPal in, which I've never done before. Having looked at the integration guides, I found the PayPal payments standard bit but with this you need PayPal's buttons. If you have the add to cart buttons, apparently you need to write out each product into PayPal which shouldn't happen as the products are generated by a while loop so I should only paste the code once, but it looks like this needs to be posted individually for each product. Ideally I'd have the PayPal code only happen if the user chooses PayPal at the cart, and then send them to PayPal. The cart products, prices, options and option prices are all in session arrays. Is this possible? Is there a better way?
It seems there is conflicting information regarding this matter. I read a certain article which seems to claim that in 2016, the largest single transaction value through PayPal donation was $230,000. Elsewhere on PayPals site exist somewhat conflicting data. If the merchant and donor have verified accounts, is there any limit on the value of any single transaction? Does the donor experience any errors if the transaction amount exceeds $10,000?
This is more of a Paypal question, but I'm using php on the listener and hopefully someone has run into this problem. I'm having trouble finding the correct POST name to use to get the OPTION SELECT for the item on my listener page. I tried: $option = $_POST['os0']; But, I'm not getting anything using that. I've also tried os0_x, on0, and on0_x. This is what I'm posting to Paypal: <input type="hidden" name="on0" value="Term"> <select name="os0"> <option value="1 Year">1 Year</option> <option value="3 Years">3 Years</option> <option value="5 Years">5 Years</option> </select>