Variable error within the function

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Coding Problem :

I’m having problems and from what I searched the internet forums, others have the same doubt as me.

I can not use PHP variables within the transaction function. How do I set a variable?

For example, this does not work:

$id = $_POST["id_saida"];
$nome = $_POST["nome_produto"];
$valor   = $_POST["valor_final"];


class CreatePaymentRequestLightbox
{
public static function main()
{

Original:

$paymentRequest->addItem('0001', 'Notebook prata', 1, 430.00); //original

How would you like it to work:

$paymentRequest->addItem($id, $nome, $n, $valor); // como gostaria

Only that gives error, comes empty. What to do?

<?php

require_once "includes/ps/PagSeguroLibrary/PagSeguroLibrary.php";
$form = $_GET['form'];
if ($form == "pagseg"){
echo "ok";
$id_transfer = $_POST["id_transfer"];
$id = $_POST["id_saida"];
$nome = $_POST["nome_produto"];
$valor   = $_POST["valor_final"];

$v1 ="teste";

/**
* Class with a main method to illustrate the usage of the domain class     
PagSeguroPaymentRequest
*/
class CreatePaymentRequestLightbox
{
    public static function main()
    {
        // Instantiate a new payment request
        $paymentRequest = new PagSeguroPaymentRequest();

        // Set the currency
        $paymentRequest->setCurrency("BRL");

        // Add an item for this payment request
        $paymentRequest->addItem($v1, 'Notebook prata', 1, 430.00);

        // Set a reference code for this payment request, it is useful to identify this   
      payment
        // in future notifications.
        $paymentRequest->setReference("REF123");

        // Set shipping information for this payment request
        $sedexCode = PagSeguroShippingType::getCodeByType('SEDEX');
        $paymentRequest->setShippingType($sedexCode);
        $paymentRequest->setShippingAddress(
            '01452002',
            'Av. Brig. Faria Lima',
            '1384',
            'apto. 114',
            'Jardim Paulistano',
            'São Paulo',
            'SP',
            'BRA'
        );

        // Set your customer information.
        $paymentRequest->setSender(
            'João Comprador',
            'email@comprador.com.br',
            '11',
            '56273440',
            'CPF',
            '156.009.442-76'
        );

        // Set the url used by PagSeguro to redirect user after checkout process ends
        $paymentRequest->setRedirectUrl("http://www.lojamodelo.com.br");

        // Add checkout metadata information
        $paymentRequest->addMetadata('PASSENGER_CPF', '15600944276', 1);
        $paymentRequest->addMetadata('GAME_NAME', 'DOTA');
        $paymentRequest->addMetadata('PASSENGER_PASSPORT', '23456', 1);

        // Another way to set checkout parameters
        $paymentRequest->addParameter('notificationURL', 'http://www.lojamodelo.com.br/nas');
        $paymentRequest->addParameter('senderBornDate', '07/05/1981');
        $paymentRequest->addIndexedParameter('itemId', '0003', 3);
        $paymentRequest->addIndexedParameter('itemDescription', 'Notebook Preto', 3);
        $paymentRequest->addIndexedParameter('itemQuantity', '1', 3);
        $paymentRequest->addIndexedParameter('itemAmount', '200.00', 3);

        try {

            /*
             * #### Credentials #####
             * Replace the parameters below with your credentials
             * You can also get your credentials from a config file. See an example:
             * $credentials = PagSeguroConfig::getAccountCredentials();
             */

            // seller authentication
            $credentials = new PagSeguroAccountCredentials("fabioh.rangel@gmail.com",
                "EDC2E4A8E6B246D29C713FB97C26808E");

            // application authentication
            //$credentials = PagSeguroConfig::getApplicationCredentials();

            //$credentials->setAuthorizationCode("E231B2C9BCC8474DA2E260B6C8CF60D3");

            // Register this payment request in PagSeguro to obtain the checkout code
            $onlyCheckoutCode = true;
            $code = $paymentRequest->register($credentials, $onlyCheckoutCode);

            self::printPaymentUrl($code);
        } catch (PagSeguroServiceException $e) {
            die($e->getMessage());
        }
      }

      public static function printPaymentUrl($code)
      {
        if ($code) {
            echo "<h2>Criando requisi&ccedil;&atilde;o de pagamento</h2>";
            echo "<p>Code: <strong>$code</strong></p>";
            echo "<script>
            PagSeguroLightbox('".$code."');
                  </script>";

        }
      }
     }
}
CreatePaymentRequestLightbox::main();

    

asked by anonymous 02.03.2015 / 18:13

Answer :


Answer 1 :

I do not know if you have put enough code and information to clearly indicate where the problem is, but there is certainly something that will help or solve the problem. Probably just transfer the declaration of variables that are “loose” on the page and put inside the method where you need them, in this case main of class CreatePaymentRequestLightbox . I have my doubts if you need this class. You are probably copying a code that you do not understand what you do.

<?php
require_once "includes/ps/PagSeguroLibrary/PagSeguroLibrary.php";
class CreatePaymentRequestLightbox {

public static function main() {
    $form = $_GET['form'];
    $id_transfer = $_POST["id_transfer"];
    $id = $_POST["id_saida"];
    $nome = $_POST["nome_produto"];
    $valor   = $_POST["valor_final"];
    $v1 ="teste";

    $paymentRequest = new PagSeguroPaymentRequest();
    $paymentRequest->setCurrency("BRL");
    $paymentRequest->addItem($v1, 'Notebook prata', 1, 430.00);
    $paymentRequest->setReference("REF123");
    $sedexCode = PagSeguroShippingType::getCodeByType('SEDEX');
    $paymentRequest->setShippingType($sedexCode);
    $paymentRequest->setShippingAddress(
        '01452002',
        'Av. Brig. Faria Lima',
        '1384',
        'apto. 114',
        'Jardim Paulistano',
        'São Paulo',
        'SP',
        'BRA'
    );
    $paymentRequest->setSender(
        'João Comprador',
        'email@comprador.com.br',
        '11',
        '56273440',
        'CPF',
        '156.009.442-76'
    );
    $paymentRequest->setRedirectUrl("http://www.lojamodelo.com.br");
    $paymentRequest->addMetadata('PASSENGER_CPF', '15600944276', 1);
    $paymentRequest->addMetadata('GAME_NAME', 'DOTA');
    $paymentRequest->addMetadata('PASSENGER_PASSPORT', '23456', 1);
    $paymentRequest->addParameter('notificationURL', 'http://www.lojamodelo.com.br/nas');
    $paymentRequest->addParameter('senderBornDate', '07/05/1981');
    $paymentRequest->addIndexedParameter('itemId', '0003', 3);
    $paymentRequest->addIndexedParameter('itemDescription', 'Notebook Preto', 3);
    $paymentRequest->addIndexedParameter('itemQuantity', '1', 3);
    $paymentRequest->addIndexedParameter('itemAmount', '200.00', 3);
    try {
        $credentials = new PagSeguroAccountCredentials("fabioh.rangel@gmail.com",
            "EDC2E4A8E6B246D29C713FB97C26808E");
        $onlyCheckoutCode = true;
        $code = $paymentRequest->register($credentials, $onlyCheckoutCode);
        self::printPaymentUrl($code);
    } catch (PagSeguroServiceException $e) {
        die($e->getMessage());
    }
  }

  public static function printPaymentUrl($code) {
    if ($code) {
        echo "<h2>Criando requisi&ccedil;&atilde;o de pagamento</h2>";
        echo "<p>Code: <strong>$code</strong></p>";
        echo "<script>
        PagSeguroLightbox('".$code."');
              </script>";
    }
  }
 }
}
CreatePaymentRequestLightbox::main();

    


Answer 2 :

The variables that you are trying to use the% $paymentRequest object method must be initialized within the main method ( main ), so they will be recognized in the scope.

    


Answer 3 :

For you to use these parameters throughout the application (or in more than one class), the best, in my opinion, is to create a constant. Example:

define("ID", $_POST["id_saida"]);
define("NOME", $_POST["nome_produto"]);
define("VALOR", $_POST["valor_final"])  ;

class CreatePaymentRequestLightbox
{
    public static function main()
    {
        $id = ID;
        $nome = NOME;
        $valor   = VALOR;
    }
}

    


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