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Paypal Payment module

This project was awarded to devinmrn for $50 USD.

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Project Description:

Looking for a developer who can deliver quickly the following module, written in Ruby on Rail.

This will be a part of a bigger application, which is sold online. The payment is handled by Paypal. We have the Paypal certified account (so it is not an issue)

Definition of the project:
1. Create a webpage with the following fields:
• KUserID
• Name
• EmailAddress
• ProductID
• ProductLabel
• TotalPrice
2. All fields will be filled by form variables from the preceding page
• The following fields are hidden
i. KUserID
ii. ProductID
• All the other fields are to be displayed but cannot be modified
3. A “BUY with Paypal” button must be displayed. Upon click, the data is sent to PayPal for payment
4. Paypal returns:
• Approved
i. Show a new page with “Thank you for your purchase” and some download, usage information
ii. Insert a record in the DB table “Purchases” with KUserID, ProductID, PurchaseDate, AmountPaid, PaymentRef.
• Rejected by paypal
i. Show a new page: Sorry but your transaction did not go through
ii. Provide the cause for the rejection, if it is available from paypal
iii. Offer a back button, so the user can correct the payment information
5. Platform:
• Ubuntu [url removed, login to view] (Lucid)
• Ruby on Rail (we are using TurnKey Linux ROR package)
• MySQL
• IE and FireFox browsers
6. Deliverables:
• Source code
• Test procedure, tools, script
• Test result
• Input/output assumptions
• Restrictions if any, clearly documented

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• Delivery date/time, from the date of the signed contract
• Pricing
• List what other information you need, and/or if you have any further question

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