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Yahoo Store Real-Time Links Orders PHP

Posted on 2013-11-29
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Hello,

I'm looking to receive our Yahoo Store orders one at a time as XML. They would be placed as files, one at a time, on our secure server. I'm looking to use PHP. Yahoo Store provides really no documentation and only a basic Perl example.

Does anyone have at least a pseudocode example to get me started on how to get started using PHP? Thanks in advance!

Aaron
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XML documents are just data strings.  You can store them on a server with file_put_contents().  You can process XML documents with the SimpleXML extension.

If you're new to PHP and want some good learning resources, this article will help you get started the right way.  And this other article will help you avoid some of the pitfalls.

If you're new to PHP and this has some economic value, you might want to consider hiring a professional developer rather than try to learn everything a professional developer already knows.  You'll get a better result faster that way.
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