I have written some software that fetches transactions from eBay. I now wish to add a module to authenticate my software with a user’s ebay account.
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• HTML code.
• PHP code.
• MySQL Database Schema.
I require a module to be created that allows a user to authenticate my application to access their eBay account. I’d expect an HTML page with a button that redirects the user to eBay for authorisation, once the user accepts, eBay will re-direct the user back to a second webpage. Then the series of eBay APIs will be called (i.e. GetSessionID, FetchToken) to complete the process.
All values returned by FetchToken (i.e. eBayAuthToken, HardExpirationTime) must be recorded in a MySQL table.
The MySQL table schema is to be provided. The table should be named after the API call. The fields should be named using the same names as in the eBay API documentation (i.e. Ack, Build, CorrelationID, Timestamp, Version). Any errors returned by the API can be ignored and do not need to be recorded in the MySQL database
Written using the following software versions:
• MySQL v 5.7
• PHP v7.1 (use PDO to query the SQL database, not MySQLi)
• HTML v5
• Latest eBay API version (MIP Account Management API where possible)
No deprecated features/functions to be used.
Code to be well commented in English.
Variable and object names to be relevant and in English.
I have already worked with eBay Trading API and worked on authorization work Relevant Skills and Experience PHP, eBay API Proposed Milestones £88 GBP - to complete the task I am clear on the work
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