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  • Saravanakumar 2 posts 32 karma points
    Jan 21, 2015 @ 15:05

    How to override 'PayPalWebSitePaymentsStandardPageBuilder ' class to send order lines using

    We've created a shopping website, now we've integrated the Paypal payment service. Now the client is asking to send the full order details.

    So I tried to override the 'PayPalWebSitePaymentsStandardPageBuilder' Class using below code:

    Imports UCommerce
    Imports UCommerce.Transactions.Payments
    Namespace Payment
        Public Class PaypalMethod
            Inherits UCommerce.Transactions.Payments.PayPal.PayPalWebSitePaymentsStandardPageBuilder
            Protected Overrides Function GetParameters(paymentRequest As PaymentRequest) As IDictionary(Of String, String)
                Dim Parameters = MyBase.GetParameters(paymentRequest)
                Parameters.Add("", "")
                Return Parameters
            End Function
        End Class
    End Namespace

    But I got the below error on the build:

    Class 'PaypalMethod' must declare a 'Sub New' because its base class 'UCommerce.Transactions.Payments.PayPal.PayPalWebSitePaymentsStandardPageBuilder' does not have an accessible 'Sub New' that can be called with no arguments.

    Please help me in fixing this issue asap.

    Thanks in advance

  • Martin 181 posts 740 karma points
    Jan 21, 2015 @ 19:24

    Hi Saravanakumar,

    I'm not the sharpest knife when it comes to It doesn't seem that you're implementing a constructor which calls the base constructor. I have no idea how that works with but my first guess is that you're missing the constructor with a call the base constructor.

    best regards Martin

  • Saravanakumar 2 posts 32 karma points
    Jan 22, 2015 @ 11:16

    Hi Martin,

    Thanks for your reply. Yes I missed the constructor of the base class, now I've corrected it.

    But I am trying to overwrtie the existing parameter "item_name_1", "amount_1" as it is defaultly picking up the "Sum" and "Order total". But it's saying that 'item_name_1' is a read only property.

    Parameters.Add("item_name_1", "Prodcut1") 
    Parameters.Add("amount_1", "200")
    Parameters.Add("quanity_1", "1")


  • Martin 181 posts 740 karma points
    Jan 23, 2015 @ 18:39

    Hi again,

    Parameters is a Dictionary so you can not add the same value twice. So you should be able to do this instead:

    Parameters["itemname1"] = "Product 1".

    Best regards Martin

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