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OSCommerce PayPa; and Google Checkout

This is the third [url removed, login to view] bid if you have experiance of simmilair projects. Any further time wasters will get a bad review.

This is not a standard installation of oscommerce. It is the latest RC2 release which is considerably differant to MS2 release. You will need to understand PHP, Paypal API and google API.

My store has many custom changes.

I need to intigrate PayPal pro with checkout without account and google check out.

I have installed the paypal pro changes but just can not get them to work. For some reason it is not passing the item totals and shipping to paypal so i need this fixed.

I would prefer it if you had your own test environment since the last developer ruined my site.

Please ask any questions before bidding.

Thanks

Beceriler: PHP, XML

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( 9 değerlendirme ) hampshire, United Kingdom

Proje NO: #197337

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dice8up

We are here to help. Testing server shall be provided.

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manxp

hi we have done both payment integration.

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sunsriinfosys

Hi, I have over 8.5 years of Experience in software design, development and implementation of various commercial applications in Client/Server environment, Web designing using Photoshop, Flash, Web and ERP application Daha fazlası

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antony123

I can offer the solution

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