How to Set Up PayPal Integration with PHP & MySQL


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PayPal is the most popular payment service on the web so being able to integrate your website with PayPal’s Instant Payment Notification Service (IPN) is essential if you need to process payments through your website.

There are 3 main parts to the PayPal IPN system.

  1. A webpage that initiates a request to PayPal to make a payment.
  2. A PHP page on your webserver that PayPal calls to notify you that payment has been made.
  3. A webpage that confirms the above payment and continues on to the next phase of your web application, such as a ‘Thank You’ page.

Parts 1 and 3 are accessible by customers on your website. Part 2 is only visible to PayPal.  The diagram below illustrates the interaction between your customer, PayPal and your website.

PayPal Interaction

The following steps break down each part of the process into easy to follow chunks, it is assumed that you have…

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