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Advice required,Confused with processing gravity form data to shopping cart

  1. Hi,

    I would greatly appreciate any help / advice anyone can give me and would even pay for a solution!

    I have a client who sells golf tours online - previously he did this by the user sending a gravity form to the owner, and then they called the user to process the payment manually.

    The client needs this to be done by Realex.

    I just cannot get my head around the overall process??? (a dumb question I know!)

    Realex has 2 scripts, request.php and response.php which I think allow the user to go to the realex transaction servers.

    Just want to know how I can use gravity forms to "add a tour to the cart" (whichever cart is best to use / easiest to integrate) and then, if the user checks "pay now" from a selection of 3 possible field options, then upon submit, redirect the form to run the request.php script.

    Tearing my hair out here so any help greatly appreciated!

    Many thanks!

    Graham

    Posted 9 years ago on Friday January 4, 2013 | Permalink
  2. Just to update - here is an example of current form:

    http://www.golfdaysuk.co.uk/golf-days-uk-black-cab-tour-2013

    (scroll down for form)

    At the moment, submit goes to paypal using the paypal add on using the radio selection "payment method".

    I just need the same logic but to go to the Realex script instead of paypal.

    Any help appreciated.

    Thank you

    Graham

    Posted 9 years ago on Friday January 4, 2013 | Permalink
  3. David Peralty

    You would have to custom code something to connect the two. It isn't something that we provide here. You will have to hire a developer to make this work for you as it is more involved than just a few lines of code. We have a Job Board forum on this site, and recommend sites like jobs.wordpress.net as well.

    Posted 9 years ago on Friday January 4, 2013 | Permalink