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PHP accessing CLICKBANK data for a logon

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Hi,

I know that Clickbank does not have an api utility (unlike Paypal etc)
so it hard to get the data back to an application to check sales etc

I see a POST in a PERL user group and they got round it. ( see
http://groups.google.co.uk/group/per...ickbank+data+#
)

Just wondering if there is any solution in PHP as I dont really know
Perl?

Can anyone cast any light?

Many thanks
martin

Oct 29 '07 #1
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On Mon, 29 Oct 2007 21:39:48 +0100, martin99 <su*****@reikisecrets.com
wrote:
Hi,

I know that Clickbank does not have an api utility (unlike Paypal etc)
so it hard to get the data back to an application to check sales etc

I see a POST in a PERL user group and they got round it. ( see
http://groups.google.co.uk/group/per...ickbank+data+#
)

Just wondering if there is any solution in PHP as I dont really know
Perl?

Can anyone cast any light?
If it hasn't got any interface, you can check the needed http
actions/submits in for instance Firefox using the LiveHTTPHeaders addon,
and recreate it in PHP with CURL, and parse the returning HTML for the
info needed. Or get the CSV file mentioned in
http://www.clickbank.com/stats_faq.h...ats_question_4 this way.
--
Rik Wasmus
Oct 29 '07 #2

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martin99 wrote:
Hi,

I know that Clickbank does not have an api utility (unlike Paypal etc)
so it hard to get the data back to an application to check sales etc

I see a POST in a PERL user group and they got round it. ( see
http://groups.google.co.uk/group/per...ickbank+data+#
)

Just wondering if there is any solution in PHP as I dont really know
Perl?

Can anyone cast any light?

Many thanks
martin

I've never used clickbank, but I suspect you can do it with cURL.
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Oct 29 '07 #3

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Rik,

Could you write me something in PHP/Curl that could do this and run on
a normal browser etc, all it would have to do is log on (with account
details) and navigate to the transaction details and then simplay
display them on screen (I would then take the modules and Use CSS to
ensure they look OK) just cant be bothered logging on everyday!!

Is this possible and how much would you do this mini script for (I
would pay via paypal)

Martin

On 29 Oct, 21:23, "Rik Wasmus" <luiheidsgoe...@hotmail.comwrote:
On Mon, 29 Oct 2007 21:39:48 +0100, martin99 <supp...@reikisecrets.com>
wrote:
Hi,
I know that Clickbank does not have an api utility (unlike Paypal etc)
so it hard to get the data back to an application to check sales etc
I see a POST in a PERL user group and they got round it. ( see
http://groups.google.co.uk/group/per...thread/thread/...
)
Just wondering if there is any solution in PHP as I dont really know
Perl?
Can anyone cast any light?

If it hasn't got any interface, you can check the needed http
actions/submits in for instance Firefox using the LiveHTTPHeaders addon,
and recreate it in PHP with CURL, and parse the returning HTML for the
info needed. Or get the CSV file mentioned in http://www.clickbank.com/stats_faq.h...question_4this way.
--
Rik Wasmus

Oct 29 '07 #4

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Greetings, martin99.
In reply to Your message dated Monday, October 29, 2007, 23:39:48,
I know that Clickbank does not have an api utility (unlike Paypal etc)
so it hard to get the data back to an application to check sales etc
Your best bet I think is a PEAR::HttpClient
It will automatically handle Cookies for You, so You have at least one problem
solved already.

If You want more info - I can supply You with code snips.
Just ask.
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Sincerely Yours, AnrDaemon <an*******@freemail.ru>

Oct 30 '07 #5

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