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  1. Yes, after I got that scrambled test page I removed and re-installed FM Server, went through fresh deployment, and then the test page worked nicely. So then my other stuff started working, too.
  2. View File PayPal for FileMaker Easily integrate PayPal web service APIs into FileMaker applications using custom functions the same way you use any other function in FileMaker. Process credit cards, refund transactions, pull transaction details, and a whole lot more, all with the ease and comfort of the FileMaker scripting process. Our FileMaker PayPal custom functions make it quick and easy to integrate PayPal’s API platform into your FileMaker database solution. Simply open the solution file to load the PayPal custom functions into the system, and they will be available to be used within all of your FileMaker databases. The functions work exactly the same as any other function you use within a FileMaker calculation. You simply pass in request parameters and the function handles the rest. All PayPal response data is stored in the solution file in a single table as global fields so the data is immediately accessible via your FileMaker script to populate your own tables/layouts, make calculations, etc. Supported FileMaker PayPal APIs General AddressVerify DoNonReferencedCredit GetBalance GetTransactionDetails MassPay RefundTransaction TransactionSearch RefundTransaction Authorization and Capture DoAuthorization DoCapture DoReauthorization DoVoid DoDirectPayment Recurring Payments / Reference Transactions BillOutstandingAmount CreateRecurringPaymentsProfile DoReferenceTransaction GetBillingAgreementCustomerDetails GetRecurringPaymentsProfileDetails ManageRecurringPaymentsProfileStatus UpdateRecurringPaymentsProfile Demo Videos Submitter angelleye Submitted 01/17/2016 Category Plug-Ins FM Version FM Version: 1
  3. PayPal for FileMaker

    Version 1.2.0

    Easily integrate PayPal web service APIs into FileMaker applications using custom functions the same way you use any other function in FileMaker. Process credit cards, refund transactions, pull transaction details, and a whole lot more, all with the ease and comfort of the FileMaker scripting process. Our FileMaker PayPal custom functions make it quick and easy to integrate PayPal’s API platform into your FileMaker database solution. Simply open the solution file to load the PayPal custom functions into the system, and they will be available to be used within all of your FileMaker databases. The functions work exactly the same as any other function you use within a FileMaker calculation. You simply pass in request parameters and the function handles the rest. All PayPal response data is stored in the solution file in a single table as global fields so the data is immediately accessible via your FileMaker script to populate your own tables/layouts, make calculations, etc. Supported FileMaker PayPal APIs General AddressVerify DoNonReferencedCredit GetBalance GetTransactionDetails MassPay RefundTransaction TransactionSearch RefundTransaction Authorization and Capture DoAuthorization DoCapture DoReauthorization DoVoid DoDirectPayment Recurring Payments / Reference Transactions BillOutstandingAmount CreateRecurringPaymentsProfile DoReferenceTransaction GetBillingAgreementCustomerDetails GetRecurringPaymentsProfileDetails ManageRecurringPaymentsProfileStatus UpdateRecurringPaymentsProfile Demo Videos

    $89.00

  4. View File PayPal Notify FileMaker Overview Get data from PayPal transactions pushed into FileMaker automatically, instantly when the transactions occur. No more wasting time with manual data entry from PayPal into FileMaker! Our FileMaker PayPal IPN solution connects directly to FileMaker Server hosted databases using FileMaker’s PHP API. This provides instant, seamless integration of PayPal IPN into FileMaker. FileMaker PayPal IPN Data Solution File A FileMaker database that stores all of the PayPal IPN data. This needs to be hosted on a FileMaker Server FileMaker PayPal IPN PHP Solution Files A PHP application that processes the PayPal IPN data and updates the FileMaker solution file accordingly. This needs to be hosted on a web server with PHP 5.3 or higher installed What Can I Do With It? The basic functionality of the solution is to automatically save data about any transaction that hits your PayPal account to your FileMaker system. What this does for you is opens the door to automate tasks that could potentially chewing hours, days, even weeks of time! With a couple of simple table relationships and FileMaker scripts, the possibilities are endless. Just a Few Examples Create new orders in your FileMaker system when payments are received in PayPal. Update the PayPal payment status of orders in your FileMaker system. Update FileMaker product / order details when an order is refunded. Trigger FileMaker scripts based on IPN transaction types or payment status. Flag orders where a customer has filed a dispute with PayPal. The best part is that this all happens automatically, instantly when the transaction hits PayPal! Submitter angelleye Submitted 01/17/2016 Category Solutions FM Version FM Version: 1
  5. PayPal Notify FileMaker

    Version 1.0.2

    Overview Get data from PayPal transactions pushed into FileMaker automatically, instantly when the transactions occur. No more wasting time with manual data entry from PayPal into FileMaker! Our FileMaker PayPal IPN solution connects directly to FileMaker Server hosted databases using FileMaker’s PHP API. This provides instant, seamless integration of PayPal IPN into FileMaker. FileMaker PayPal IPN Data Solution File A FileMaker database that stores all of the PayPal IPN data. This needs to be hosted on a FileMaker Server FileMaker PayPal IPN PHP Solution Files A PHP application that processes the PayPal IPN data and updates the FileMaker solution file accordingly. This needs to be hosted on a web server with PHP 5.3 or higher installed What Can I Do With It? The basic functionality of the solution is to automatically save data about any transaction that hits your PayPal account to your FileMaker system. What this does for you is opens the door to automate tasks that could potentially chewing hours, days, even weeks of time! With a couple of simple table relationships and FileMaker scripts, the possibilities are endless. Just a Few Examples Create new orders in your FileMaker system when payments are received in PayPal. Update the PayPal payment status of orders in your FileMaker system. Update FileMaker product / order details when an order is refunded. Trigger FileMaker scripts based on IPN transaction types or payment status. Flag orders where a customer has filed a dispute with PayPal. The best part is that this all happens automatically, instantly when the transaction hits PayPal!

    $499.99

  6. Our PayPal for FileMaker solution will get that done for you. It supports calls to DoDirectPayment via External Functions in FileMaker, so it would be very quick and easy for you.
  7. How to filter data in a table with a table occurrence..??

    Ah, yes, sorry. Just wasn't thinking straight there. I guess I'll probably just do it the way I always have. I just wish I could remember where it was somebody told me the better way. It was in a forum somewhere (here, experts exchange, stack overflow, etc.) and somebody else was asking about to setup a relationship the way they needed. I answered with the method I'm talking about here, where you create a "relationship field" that always has the value you're matching on. Somebody else then responded telling me that was no longer necessary because FM introduced a new feature, and it worked great, but now I can't find it. Doh!
  8. How to filter data in a table with a table occurrence..??

    Hmmm...I don't think that was it. I'm not looking to display related records within a portal on a layout. I'm looking to create an entirely separate layout that would display nothing but the filtered records. So I would end up with 3 table occurrences from the same transactions table: transactions, transactions_verified, and transactions_invalid. So then I could create a layout based on transactions_verified and it would only show the verified records. Again, I can get it done using a global field with the value I want to filter by, but there was a much more elegant way to get it done added in FM not many versions ago that somebody pointed out to me...which I can't remember now.
  9. I have a table named transactions with a field named ipn_status. The status can be either "Verified" or "Invalid". I'd like to make separate table occurrences that will display only Verified or Invalid records. In the past I would do this by creating a global field in the table called something like relVerified, and I would just put the value "Verified" inside this field. Then I could create a new table occurrence of the same transactions table, and I could setup the relationship like transactions::ipn_status = transactions::relVerified. This would get me what I want. Not long ago, though, somebody pointed out to me that this is no longer necessary, and there is a better way to handle such a scenario. I can't for the life of me remember how to do it, though..?? Any information on this would be greatly appreciated. Thanks!
  10. I have this same solution I'm installing to 3 separate FM servers, but on one of them I can't get passed this Communication Error 22 for some reason. The error says it's the username or password, but it is imply not. I am using as basic as it gets with a username of "php" and a password of "1111". I also tried my regular admin account, but I get the same problem. I do have the FMPHP privilege set for both of these accounts... The server is on Windows with a fresh update of Java and then a fresh install of FMS14. Deployment seems to go smoothly, and everything shows nice green lights. The CWP test page loads just fine, too, which you can see in these images... I have also forwarded all of the ports that should be open for this machine. I am able to use Open Remote and open files from this server within FM Pro, but for some reason I cannot get the PHP API connection to work on this server. Again, I have the same thing setup on multiple servers. Here is a working example that spits out the available data sources. Here is the exact same test script that is hitting my other FileMaker server at a different location, but it's returning the error. I can't think of what else to look at. Any information on how I can get this working would be greatly appreciated. Thanks!
  11. Ah, I forgot about the test page, actually. Sure enough, something seems completely messed up. I've attached a screenshot of what I get when I run the test on this server. Any idea why that would be happening or how to resolve it? In the status area it shows green check marks for everything like all is well, but obviously that's not the case.
  12. I have the same exact solution files setup on 2 separate server stacks. Everything is working perfectly one one, but on the other I'm getting this Communication Error (22) and I cannot figure out why.The message says specifically... The files are exactly the same, though. The FileMaker files themselves and the PHP files. The usernames and passwords are all exactly the same in both places. It's just that they are running on different server stacks. Both, though, are a combination of FileMaker (in-house) with a web server hosted by the same hosting provider.I have a very basic script setup to test the connection to FileMaker by displaying the available data sources, and it works perfectly (as well as everything else I do via PHP API) from one server. The same exact script on a different site hitting a different FileMaker server (with a copy of the same FM files on it) is giving me the 22 error.Everything points to the credentials being wrong or the FMPHP privilege not being set for the user, but that is simply not the case. Again, it's a mirror of something that works elsewhere, and of course I did check those credentials numerous times to be sure.The router at both FileMaker servers (working and not working) is setup with the same port forwarding rules, but that said, I am not quite as confident in the router configuration of the location where the connection is not working correctly as I am the other place. I am not finding any information while Googling about this issue being caused from network config, though. Everything just says to check the credentials, but I have, and that is not the problem.Any information I can get on how to potentially fix this would be greatly appreciated.
  13. I've got a FM solution that I distribute as a runtime. I have 2 accounts included with the runtime: admin and user. Our users use the user account, and the first time they sign in it has them set their own password. This all works fine. People forget their passwords, though, and the only answer I've had for them is to uninstall and re-install the software. Obviously, this is not ideal. I'm looking into this a little more now and I see there is a script step for resetting an account password. This looks nice, but we'd still have to be signed in to some other account in order to get access to the script, right? We could at least do a screen share with the person, log in as our admin user, and then reset it for them, but we can't guarantee 24x7 support, so that's not ideal either. Is there some other method I could use to make this work nicely for everybody involved? I was thinking it would be nice to hook the user account system up to the user's local computer instead of using the built in FM accounts. That way they could manage all their usernames and passwords on their operating system, and those would then work to sign in to FM. I'm not finding any information about anything like that, though. Any information on how I could handle this in a nice way would be greatly appreciated. Thanks!
  14. I've been developing with FileMaker for a long time and I've always specialized in eBay and PayPal integration. I've got a pretty good reputation in the PayPal community (I got the star developer award in 2008, 2009, and 2011) and I've finally taken the time to develop a set of custom functions for FileMaker that give you direct access to PayPal's API's. I wish I would have done this years ago as it's already saved me loads of time. Get it Now The solution consists of a simple FileMaker database that when loaded, populates your External Functions with a bunch of custom functions that coincide with PayPal's API's. Just like any other function in FileMaker, all you have to do is populate the function parameters and it will take care of the rest for you. API calls included so far are: AddressVerify BillOutstandingAmount CreateRecurringPaymentsProfile DoAuthorization DoCapture DoDirectPayment DoNonReferencedCredit DoReauthorization DoReferenceTransaction DoVoid GetBalance GetBillingAgreementCustomerDetails GetRecurringPaymentsProfileDetails GetTransactionDetails ManagePendingTransactionStatus ManageRecurringPaymentsProfileStatus MassPay RefundTransaction TransactionSearch UpdateRecurringPaymentsProfile I will be adding more API's very soon to cover the rest of their web services, including Adaptive Payments. Right now all I have is the quick intro video on how it's used, but I'll be adding more detailed videos and documentation in the near future. Feedback is appreciated!
  15. Filemaker and Paypal Coordination

    I just released a set of custom functions as a FileMaker PayPal Plugin that I think you'll find interesting. It provides direct access to their web service API's via FileMaker custom functions. It's already saved me loads of time and I'm sure you'll enjoy it, too. I'll be adding more documentation and training videos soon but it's pretty straight forward and it works great as it is now. Feedback appreciated!
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