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Is there code for PayPal that I can just drop into my project? how does it work?
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I did a presentation using PayPal Standard (that'w where you redirect the buyer to PayPal to logon and complete the payment then return to your site).

http://blogs.webguild.com/gary/archive/2010/02/28/how-to-integrate-paypal-website-payments-standard-with-asp.net.aspx

There also is a download of the source code at http://archive.msdn.microsoft.com/webguild

If you are interested in PayPal Pro, you will have to use web service calls and the user is not necessarily aware that PayPal is processing your credit cards. PayPal Standard is free (except for some transaction fees) and PayPal Pro has a monthly fee plus transaction fees.

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Gary Davis
Webguild
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