I'm planning to use Gravity Forms User Registration, and its PayPal Payments Pro Add-On to create the logins AND the user's blog - AND create the monthly billing subscription via PayPal Payments Pro.
The point is to create everything from one form, no multi-step process for our visitors.
Creating the login and user's blog already works great on my test site, now getting set up with PayPal to test the payment stuff.
I just need to somehow get this information from the Gravity Forms to Pro-Sites- so that Pro-Sites can then continue to bill the person via Paypal Payments Pro and manage their subscription.
So that's what I need help with... knowing what Pro-Sites PHP function to call to populate the right MySQL table rows for the new customer.
We can have Gravity Forms call a specific function or set of functions from Pro-Sites after it creates the account.
The question for the Pro Sites developers is - what specific functions do I need to call from Gravity Forms - in what order, and passing what data to them? :slight_smile:
We could also insert a row in whatever mysql table is required directly from Gravity Forms - but I'm thinking it's far safer to call the same function you guys do when creating the records.