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Help with PHP & MySql for PayPal

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I need a script that will allow my customers to enter an item number (only) from a catalogue and then click on "Add to Cart" which takes them to PayPal's add to cart system.

I would like the script to read from a database (i.e. MySql, Excel or Text file).


Item Number: [____________] (Add to cart)
^ customer enters item number in a form field then click "add to cart button"

I have setup a MySql database with the following fields: "item_number", "item_name" & "item_amount" (not even 100% sure if i did it correct). I imported my items list into the database and it looks proper.

I am very new to MySql (took me 2 1/2 days to get my database to what it is now) and I'm worse with PHP scripts. Please help me.

If anyone can help, please email me at : thelordcupid@yahoo.com


Thanks in advance.

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I need a script that will allow my customers to enter an item number (only) from a catalogue and then click on "Add to Cart" which takes them to PayPal's add to cart system.

I would like the script to read from a database (i.e. MySql, Excel or Text file).
Item Number: [____________] (Add to cart)
^ customer enters item number in a form field then click "add to cart button"

I have setup a MySql database with the following fields: "item_number", "item_name" & "item_amount" (not even 100% sure if i did it correct). I imported my items list into the database and it looks proper.

I am very new to MySql (took me 2 1/2 days to get my database to what it is now) and I'm worse with PHP scripts. Please help me.

If anyone can help, please email me at : thelordcupid@yahoo.com
Thanks in advance.
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Download the oscommerce package. It will give u a fair idea of what needs to be done.
oscommerce.com

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