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8. The PayPal Web Services API > 90. Use the PayPal API Wrapper Class

Use the PayPal API Wrapper Class

Create a simple transaction-lookup form and make an API call with the API wrapper class.

Now that you’ve created a wrapper class for your API calls [Hack #89] , it’s time to put it to use. This hack adds one GetTransactionDetail function to your wrapper class. It then creates a user interface for the wrapper class from which you can look up the corresponding transaction details.

The first thing to do is log into Developer Central, open up your Personal Sandbox account [Hack #87] , and send some money to your Sandbox merchant account.

Tip

Sending and receiving money works identically in the Sandbox and on the live PayPal site, except that the money in the Sandbox is not real and you will not receive any email messages from PayPal.


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