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Re: Membership Site (Recurring Payments) - AIM & ARB?

Isn't that a repeat of your previous question?

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Re: Membership Site (Recurring Payments) - AIM & ARB?

Yes, sorry...I didn't realize before that your "Correct." response was towards this question I asked.

 

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Re: Membership Site (Recurring Payments) - AIM & ARB?

I'm using the CIM, storing a future billing date in our database, then I setup a cron job to bill someone when that date is smaller then current date..

I store customerprofileID and customerbillingID that is created by the CIM, then i just post a customertransaction for amounts every month..

 

easy to figure out a month after they signed up using:

 

function renewDate($start_date = FALSE) {
	 if ($start_date) {
	    $now = $start_date; // Use supplied start date.
	  } else {
	    $now = time(); // Use current time.
	  }
	
	// Get the current month (as integer).
	  $current_month = date('n', $now);
	
	 
	// If the we're in Dec (12), set current month to Jan (1), add 1 to year.
	  if ($current_month == 12) {
	    $next_month = 1;
	    $plus_one_month = mktime(0, 0, 0, 1, date('d', $now), date('Y', $now) + 1);
	  }
	  // Otherwise, add a month to the next month and calculate the date.
	  else {
	    $next_month = $current_month + 1;
	    $plus_one_month = mktime(0, 0, 0, date('m', $now) + 1, date('d', $now), date('Y', $now));
	  }
	
	 
	$i = 1;
	  // Go back a day at a time until we get the last day next month.
	  while (date('n', $plus_one_month) != $next_month) {
	    $plus_one_month = mktime(0, 0, 0, date('m', $now) + 1, date('d', $now) - $i, date('Y', $now));
	    $i++;
	  }
	
	 return $plus_one_month;
}	

 

If you need more code or details on how I do all this let me know.