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MySQL INSERT statement inserts record in MySQL database table. We can execute INSERT statement using PHP to insert new records in the database table.
For this let’s create a demo table in MySQL database, Copy following MySQL code in your PhpMyAdmin. It will create a table name demotable with 4 columns: id (Auto increment), name, email and phone number, and inserts some records for the demo.
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If you are wondering how to get Paypal API username, password and signature. It’s fairly easy, just follow steps provided below with screenshots. Note: Your account must be a Premier or Business account.
- Obtain API Credentials from a Sandbox Test Account Go to https://developer.paypal.com/
- Login to your PayPal’s Sandbox Test environment account. (or create an account if you don’t have one.)
- Select Test Accounts.
- Click the Create Test Accounts link.
- Select Test Accounts.
- Choose Seller for the Account Type.
- Change the password to something you can remember and make a note of it.
Note: The Login Email is a pseudo-randomized address, which is based on the login email address you used to create your sandbox account. Credit card and bank account numbers are also generated randomly.
- Click Create Accounts when you are finished modifying the account.
- From the Test Accounts list, select the account you created and click Enter Sandbox.
- Log into the account.
- Click My Account.
- Click Profile.
- Under Account Information, click API Access.
- Click Request API Credentials.
- Click API Signature.
- Click the Agree checkbox.
- Click Submit.
- Make a note or copy/paste these fields into the PayPal Shopping Cart Integration Wizard Generate Code form:
You can always retrieve these credendials from the Sandbox Test Environment by selecting API Credentials to view the API credentials you have created for test accounts.
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