help with postback


I’m trying grab and insert into a mysql database table some users info when they sign up using ccbill. here’s what i’m using…can someone direct me to some sources or help fix this. I’m willing to pay someone who can write one that works.

basically…i’m trying to do a postback with ccbill.

### LISTING OF ipn.php 
define ("DBHOST", "localhost"); 
define ("DBNAME", "mydb"); 
define ("DBUSER", "myuser"); 
define ("DBPASS", "mypass"); 

function DatabaseConnect() { 
    if (!($mylink = mysql_connect(DBHOST, DBUSER, DBPASS))) { 
        echo mysql_error(); 
    } //fi 
    mysql_select_db(DBNAME) or die(mysql_error()); 
} // end function 

DatabaseConnect(); // this will automatically connect us 

// below supported vals that CC Bill posts to us, this list is exhaustive.. but 
// without notify_version and verify_sign NOTE: if in is not in this array, it 
// is not going in the database. 

$ccbill_vals = array("customer_fname", "customer_lname", "email", 
    "username", "password", "price", "start_date", "phone_number" 

// build insert statement 
while (list ($key, $value) = each ($HTTP_POST_VARS)) { 
    if (in_array ($key, $ccbill_vals)) { 
        if (is_numeric($value)) { 
            $addtosql .= " $key=$value,"; 
        } else { 
            $newval = urlencode($value); 
            $topost .= "&$key=$newval"; //used later in reposting 
            $value = addslashes($value); 
            $addtosql .= " $key='$value',"; 
        } //fi 
    } //fi 
    $entirepost .= "[$key]='$value',"; 
} //wend 

$entirepost = addslashes($entirepost); // just in case.. 

$addtosql = substr("$addtosql", 0, -1).";"; //chop trailing "," replace with ";" 

$sql1 = " 
    INSERT INTO users
    SET date=now(), entirepost='$entirepost',". $addtosql; 
mysql_db_query(DBNAME, $sql1) or die($sql1); 

} //fi     
### END LISTING OF ipn.php 
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I have never used ccbill.

instead of this:

while (list ($key, $value) = each ($HTTP_POST_VARS)) { 

use a foreach it is faster

foreach($HTTP_POST_VARS as $key->$value) {

Also echo out your SQL statement. Verify it is what you expect. Run the query and make sure you use mysql_error() to display any error messages the DB may send back.

That is all I can give for now. Please provide more details of any errors or problems that occur.