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gform_paypal_fulfillment Parameters

  1. BruceMcK
    Member

    I know the Paypal add-on isn't finalised yet, but can you provide any information on the parameters passed to the gform_paypal_fulfillment hook?

    Posted 11 years ago on Wednesday January 12, 2011 | Permalink
  2. Hi Bruce,

    The gform_paypal_fulfillment hook is passed the following parameters:

    • $entry
      The $entry array contains all of the details from the Gravity Form submission that generated the payment that is being fulfilled.
    • $config
      The $config array contains the configuration settings of the PayPal feed (created with the GF PayPal Add-on) attached to the form this entry/payment was submitted from.
    • $transaction_id
      The $transaction_id contains the PayPal transaction ID of the fulfilled payment
    • $amount
      The $amount contains the amount of the fulfilled payment
    Posted 11 years ago on Wednesday January 12, 2011 | Permalink
  3. BruceMcK
    Member

    Hi David, Thanks for the info.

    Weird thing. To test this out I used:

    function paypal_payment_handler($entry, $config, $transaction_id, $amount){
    $message = "ID=".$entry["id"].", TransID=".$transaction_id.", Amount=".$amount;
    mail($my_email_addr, 'payment', $message);
    }

    I get this message:

    ID=105, TransID=, Amount=

    (I.e., no values provided for the TransID or the Amount).

    So I looked up the entry in wp_rg_lead, and it contains the transaction ID for that entry.

    I guess I can lookup wp_rg_lead to grab the values, but maybe this is a Paypal add-on 1.0.beta3 bug???

    Posted 11 years ago on Wednesday January 12, 2011 | Permalink
  4. Hi Bruce. I will do some testing on this and confirm. Thanks for reporting an issue. :)

    Posted 11 years ago on Thursday January 13, 2011 | Permalink
  5. BruceMcK
    Member

    David, just an update. I checked out gform_post_payment_status hook, and it seems to be passing empty values in its arguments as well.

    To get around the problem with gform_paypal_fulfillment, I tried doing a lookup of the entry in wp_rg_lead. But either the hook is triggered before wp_rg_lead is written, or MySql is slow with its write cache, because I'm reading a 'Pending' status from wp_rg_lead. However when I look at the record in myPhpAdmin, the transaction has been approved.

    Thanks, Bruce.

    Posted 11 years ago on Thursday January 13, 2011 | Permalink