** ONLY CODERS WITH SUCCESSFUL EXPERIENCE WITH WEBPAY SHOULD BID ** I have a website that users subscribe for directory listing & pay for articles. The site is finished with all necessary functions. However, I'm lookin 4a coder who is very well conversant with integrating WebPay payment system provided by Interswitch Nigeria. The integration is done 85%, the challenge is I want my response page to call the correct response which the payment gateway is sending, and I want it to follow a pattern indicated in the DIY file contain in the attachment below. ==For Directory listing subscription== The client chooses a category then subcategory, then he clicks on subscribe, which puts the price, user id, and transaction id in session. and sends to webpay The file responsible for calling the file that puts the parameters in session is: "[url removed, login to view]". This file calls this file: "[url removed, login to view]", which puts the payment parameters (price, user id, transaction id) in session. ==For Publications Purchase== The user chooses a category and the articles in that category are displayed, then he can click on the article to view details of price, etc, when he clicks subscribe it puts the parameters into session and equally calls the webpay frame. The file that calls the response from webpay is located at [url removed, login to view] The problem is that this file does not output the correct response given by webpay payment gateway. So when user makes a transaction, he gets a wrong response different from what webpay returns. And it does not update the user access accordingly to give the user access to the purchased item. It will be good to have function to query webpay for a particular transaction record by the click of a button.
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