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How to hide PageParameters of a URL ?

Startbeitrag von Glenn Rathke am 03.03.2010 13:54

I believe you can rewrite the URL (hide the page parameters of an AWP application) by moving the entire site into a frameset.

Anyone care to explain how to do that. What is involved with doing that? How to accomplish that?


Check the help for "URL, Hide the URL of a WebDev site"

von Paulo Oliveira - am 03.03.2010 14:45
Thanks, implemented as shown. However, since I'm making calls to PayPal, it seems not to like running in a frameset.

von Glenn Rathke - am 03.03.2010 14:56

I think you're going to find url rewriting at the web server level as the only practical means to accomplish the desired behavior.

As you mention, certain functionalities, particularly with AWP pages, do not lend themselves to the frameset model.



von M. Beaven - am 03.03.2010 16:33
I'm wondering how it will be accomplished in version 15....

von Glenn Rathke - am 04.03.2010 00:30
Hi everybody

just remember that the URl sent to paypal as a return address DOESN'T NEED to be displayed... It can itself redirect to whatever you want, with a simple pagedisplay instruction

So you can have a paypal URL direct to an awp page, and from there, do what you want, including displaying frames or classic pages

Best regards

von Fabrice Harari - am 04.03.2010 14:32
Hi -

A little off topic, but maybe you have researched this... Can you use Paypal in this fashion: A customer creates a PayPal account, Software then bills the customer monthly, using the client's username and password? I mean instead of needing the client to physically go to a page and click a link to initiate the payment?

von Joel - am 04.03.2010 21:20
There are a few ways of dong that. In your code you can call to PayPal which will display the login for the user and they complete the transaction. Upon completion you can have PayPal redirect to one of your own pages.

You can set up recurring payments, so nothing else has to happen, I believe.

When the transaction is complete you can use Iinstant Payment Notification (IPN) or PDT. The IPN is a webservice that you can write, actually it is rather simple once yo uknow what PayPal may be sending back.

von Glenn Rathke - am 05.03.2010 01:48
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