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vanarie 08-26-2006 09:23 AM

Subscription payments based on initial pay date: DONE
 
I only use xcart for subscriptions, so it was important that my customers be charged on a month to month basis based on when they last paid. After sifting through the payment process, I finally setup an auto-charge routine that charges based on the intial signup date.

This mod also sends the subscriber your fancy (rich text) invoice after each charge.

Currently, xcart's native subscription management charges ALL your subscribers a franctional amount based on how many days of the month they have been using the subscription. This is not standard for this type of service, hense this update.

I hope that this is written into the next "official" release of xcart. If you're not familiar with coding in PHP, you'll probably need some help.

The key file is xcart/admin/pay_subscriptions.php
X-Cart Version 4.0.14
The version I modified is:
# $Id: pay_subscriptions.php,v 1.23.2.6 2005/03/07 12:08:11 mclap Exp $

Steps:
1) make a copy of xcart/admin/pay_subscriptions.php
2) name it what you want, like autopay_subscriptions.php
3) make sure you setup your subscription key (ie pay_subscriptions.php?key=<your key here>) in the xcart config
4) replace everything in your new file with the mod EXCEPT for the function cc_processing($subscriptionid)
5) to run, the url would be like this: www.yourdomain.com/xcart/admin/autopay_subscriptions.php?key=<your key here>&charge=1
5a) if you want a display of your subscription customers, run it without the "&charge=1"
5b) to automate this, setup a CRONTAB job on your server and run nightly


Code:
#
# $Id: pay_subscriptions.php,v 1.23.2.6 2005/03/07 12:08:11 mclap Exp $
#

include "./auth.php";
include $xcart_dir."/include/get_language.php";

#
# Access verification
# (see section "Modifying and Deleting Products" in X-Cart manual for more details)
#

$is_admin_logged = !empty($login) && ($login_type=="A" || ($active_modules["Simple_Mode"] && $login_type=="P"));

if (!$is_admin_logged && (!isset($HTTP_GET_VARS['key']) || empty($HTTP_GET_VARS['key']) || $HTTP_GET_VARS['key'] != $config["Modules"]["subscriptions_key"]) ) {
func_header_location("error_message.php?access_den ied&id=12");
}

$date_format_short = "m/d/Y";
$date_format_long = "m/d/Y H:i:s";

#
# Enable auto addition of the new pay period for product subscription
#
$prolongate_subscriptions = "Y";

$logfile = $xcart_dir.$log_dir."/pay_subscriptions.log";

// START subscription handling
$curdate = mktime(0,0,0,date("m"),date("d"),date("Y"));

$str = "-------------------------------------------------------------\n";
$str .= date($date_format_long,time())." - script launching time\n";

$subs_pg_avail = func_query_first_cell("SELECT COUNT(*) FROM $sql_tbl[ccprocessors] WHERE processor='".$config["active_subscriptions_processor"]."'");

// setup unix timestamp of today (minus 1 month)
$monthback2 = mktime(0, 0, 0, date("m")-1, date("d")-1, date("Y"));
$monthback = mktime(0, 0, 0, date("m")-1, date("d"), date("Y"));

$query = "select * from $sql_tbl[subscription_customers] WHERE last_payed_date < '$monthback' AND subscription_status = 'Active' ORDER BY last_payed_date";
$pending = func_query($query);

if($charge){
foreach($pending as $p){

// display info on people being charged
echo $p["subscriptionid"] . " - " . date('m.d.Y H:i:s', $p["last_payed_date"]) . " - " . $p["login"];
echo "<br>";

$subscriptionid = $p["subscriptionid"];

#
# Get info about subsription products
#

$query = "select p.productid, p.product, sc.login from $sql_tbl[subscription_customers] as sc, $sql_tbl[products] as p where sc.subscriptionid='$subscriptionid' and sc.productid=p.productid";
$product = func_query_first($query);

$str .= "#$product[productid] $product[product]:\n";

$login_nm = $product[login];

$query = "select * from $sql_tbl[customers] where login='$login_nm'";
$cust = func_query($query);

$orderid = cc_processing($subscriptionid);

$mail_smarty->assign ("str", $str);
if($config['Email_Note']['eml_recurring_notification'] == 'Y'){
func_send_mail($config["Company"]["orders_department"], "mail/recurring_notification_subj.tpl", "mail/recurring_notification_admin.tpl", $config["Company"]["orders_department"], true, true);
}

$fp = func_fopen($logfile, "a+", true);
fwrite($fp, $str);
fclose($fp);
@chmod($logfile, 0666);

echo "<pre><tt>$str</tt></pre>";

if(stristr($str, 'Status:....P')){

#
# Mail template processing
#

$query = "select sc.*, c.* from $sql_tbl[subscription_customers] as sc, $sql_tbl[customers] as c where sc.login=c.login and sc.subscriptionid='$subscriptionid'";

$userinfo = func_query_first($query);

$order_data = func_order_data($orderid);
$mail_smarty->assign("products",$order_data["products"]);
$mail_smarty->assign("giftcerts",$order_data["giftcerts"]);
$mail_smarty->assign("order",$order_data["order"]);
$mail_smarty->assign("userinfo",$order_data["userinfo"]);

$prefix = ($order_status=="I"?"init_":"");

#
# Notify customer by email
#

$to_customer = ($userinfo['language']?$userinfo['language']:$config['default_customer_language']);

$mail_smarty->assign("products", func_translate_products($order_data["products"], $to_customer));
func_send_mail($userinfo["email"], "mail/order_customer_subj.tpl", "mail/order_customer.tpl", $config["Company"]["orders_department"], false);
}else{

// do something if CC charge fails

}
}

}else{

$query = "select * from $sql_tbl[subscription_customers] WHERE subscription_status = 'Active' ORDER BY last_payed_date LIMIT 90";
$pending = func_query($query);

$time = mktime(0, 0, 0, date("m"), date("d"), date("Y"));
$top = "Date: ". date('m.d.Y', $time) . "<br>";
$top .= "<b>Pending Charges...</b><br>";
$top .= "<table>";

$hdr2 = "<tr><td> <U>Last Charge</U> </td><td> <U>Next Charge</U> </td><td> <U>Login</U> </td><td> <U>ProductID</U> </td><td> <U>Price</U> </td>";

$hdr2 .= "</tr>";

$total = 0;
$body = "";
foreach($pending as $p){
$nextcharge = mktime(0, 0, 0, date('m', $p["last_payed_date"])+1, date('d', $p["last_payed_date"]), date('Y', $p["last_payed_date"]));

$product = func_query_first("select p.product, s.price_period from $sql_tbl[products] as p, $sql_tbl[subscriptions] as s where p.productid=s.productid and s.productid='".$p["productid"]."'");

$total = $product["price_period"];

$body .= "<tr><td>" . date('m.d.Y', $p["last_payed_date"]) . " </td><td> " . date('m.d.Y', $nextcharge) . " </td><td> " . $p["login"]. " </td><td> " . $product["product"]. "</td><td> " . $product["price_period"] . " </td></tr>";

}

$body .= "</table>";

echo $top.$hdr2.$body;

}

// put your function cc_processing($subscriptionid) below

balinor 08-26-2006 09:29 AM

Re: Subscription payments based on initial pay date: DONE
 
Moving to Custom Mods

Impio 08-29-2006 03:39 PM

Re: Subscription payments based on initial pay date: DONE
 
When I run this module, I am recieving the following error.. Any idea?

Warning: Invalid argument supplied for foreach() in /shop/admin/autopay_subscriptions.php on line 76

vanarie 08-29-2006 03:49 PM

Re: Subscription payments based on initial pay date: DONE
 
It's hard to say unless you post the array pull around line 76. A good way to test is to manually do the db pull in phpMyAdmin to make sure it actually finds something. If it pulls 0 records, that's the error you will get.

Impio 08-29-2006 03:52 PM

Re: Subscription payments based on initial pay date: DONE
 
71: $query = "select * from $sql_tbl[subscription_customers] WHERE last_payed_date
"< '$monthback' AND subscription_status = 'Active' ORDER BY last_payed_date";
73: $pending = func_query($query);
74:
75: if($charge){
76: foreach($pending as $p){

vanarie 08-29-2006 03:57 PM

Re: Subscription payments based on initial pay date: DONE
 
Do a manual query with phpMyAdmin and see if you get a result.

costrevs 08-31-2006 08:33 AM

Re: Subscription payments based on initial pay date: DONE
 
If I set up a subscription product that does not have a setup fee, how do I get the cart and checkout pages to just show the (say) annual fee for the subscription and not the days remaining in the period fee?

vanarie 08-31-2006 11:43 AM

Re: Subscription payments based on initial pay date: DONE
 
Hmmm. Good question. It would be nice to see an example screen shot. I have a highly modified checkout system and "ezcheckout" mod too, so it's hard for me to answer your question.

costrevs 08-31-2006 12:52 PM

Re: Subscription payments based on initial pay date: DONE
 
I guess in a roundabout way I was trying to figure out how to get X-cart to forget about the whole "days remaining up to end of period" and the fee for the daily use of the subscription, and just apply the single subscription fee, say $20/year, and just use this single subscription fee throughout the checkout process.

vanarie 08-31-2006 01:08 PM

Re: Subscription payments based on initial pay date: DONE
 
I think a while back I removed it from the smarty template, so it would not show "days remaining up to end of period". There's probably an answer on the board, but I don't know where. I don't remember which file I modified.

Quote:

Originally Posted by costrevs
I guess in a roundabout way I was trying to figure out how to get X-cart to forget about the whole "days remaining up to end of period" and the fee for the daily use of the subscription, and just apply the single subscription fee, say $20/year, and just use this single subscription fee throughout the checkout process.



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