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    Adriano Faria reacted to Mark for an article, Commerce: Custom Actions (*)   
    IP.Nexus for IP.Board allowed each Package to specify a "Custom module" - a PHP script which could specify custom code to run when purchases of that package were made, expired, cancelled, etc.
    In IPS Community Suite 4, it is possible to overload any class in the suite, so this is no longer a specific option for packages. But it is easy to recreate.
     
    Step 1: Create a plugin
    You will need to create a plugin, which requires you to have developer mode enabled. We strongly advise against installing developer mode on a live installation so do this, and your development on a test installation.
    Once developer mode is enabled, a "Create Plugin" button will appear in the Admin CP under System --> Site Features --> Plugin. Use this tool to create your plugin, after which you'll be taken into the Plugin Developer Center.
    Once in the Plugin Developer Center you will create a Code Hook on the \IPS\nexus\Package class (for more information about Code Hooks and other Plugin features see http://community.invisionpower.com/4docs/advanced-usage/development/plugins-r71/).
    Step 2: Write your code
    The content of the plugin will be very similar to the custom module from before, however there are some key differences:
    The parameters for the methods are different. Rather than arrays, you will be passed objects for purchase and other data. Since your code is running on an instance of a package, you will not be passed $package and should use $this instead. A full list of the available methods and their signatures are below. Because your code will run for every package, you must first check the ID number ($this->id) to see if it is a package you want to run the code for. You are overloading a method which may be doing things itself, so you need to call the parent:: method within your code. If you were using the IP.Board 3 API, you will of course need to update your calls to use the IPS Community Suite 4 API. For example, if this was your custom module on IP.Nexus for IP.Board 3:
    <?php class custom_actions_FOO { /** * Purchase record generated (run after onPaid) * * @param array The member purchasing * @param array Package data (combined array with row from nexus_packages and nexus_packages_*, depending on the package type) * @param invoice Invoice Model * @param array Row from nexus_purchases [since Nexus 1.5] * @return void */ public function onPurchaseGenerated( $member, $package, $invoice, $purchase ) { ipsRegistry::DB()->insert( 'purchase_log', array( 'member' => $member['member_id'], 'package' => $package['p_id'], 'purchase' => $purchase['ps_id'], 'time' => time() ) ); } } Then your code hook for IPS4 will look something like:
    <?php class hook { /** * On Purchase Generated * * @param \IPS\nexus\Purchase $purchase The purchase * @param \IPS\nexus\Invoice $invoice The invoice * @return void */ public function onPurchaseGenerated( \IPS\nexus\Purchase $purchase, \IPS\nexus\Invoice $invoice ) { if ( in_array( $this->id, array( 1, 2, 3 ) ) ) { \IPS\Db::i()->insert( 'purchase_log', array( 'member' => $purchase->member->member_id, 'package' => $this->id, 'purchase' => $purchase->id, 'time' => time() ) ); } return parent::onPurchaseGenerated( $purchase, $invoice ); } }  
    Step 3: Download the plugin and install
    Once you're ready, download your plugin from the Plugin Developer Center which will generate an xml file. Go to your live installation and install this plugin there.
     
     
     
    Appendix: Available Methods
    You are overloading \IPS\nexus\Package, so you can specify any methods which are part of that. The most common use-cases however are:
    /** * On Purchase Generated * * @param \IPS\nexus\Purchase $purchase The purchase * @param \IPS\nexus\Invoice $invoice The invoice * @return void */ public function onPurchaseGenerated( \IPS\nexus\Purchase $purchase, \IPS\nexus\Invoice $invoice ) { }     /**      * On Renew (Renewal invoice paid. Is not called if expiry data is manually changed)      *      * @param    \IPS\nexus\Purchase    $purchase    The purchase      * @param    int                    $cycles        Cycles      * @return    void      */     public function onRenew( \IPS\nexus\Purchase $purchase, $cycles )     {         // This method is only available since 4.0.8     } /** * On Expiration Date Change * * @param \IPS\nexus\Purchase $purchase The purchase * @return void */ public function onExpirationDateChange( \IPS\nexus\Purchase $purchase ) { } /** * On Purchase Expired * * @param \IPS\nexus\Purchase $purchase The purchase * @return void */ public function onExpire( \IPS\nexus\Purchase $purchase ) { } /** * On Purchase Canceled * * @param \IPS\nexus\Purchase $purchase The purchase * @return void */ public function onCancel( \IPS\nexus\Purchase $purchase ) { } /** * On Purchase Deleted * * @param \IPS\nexus\Purchase $purchase The purchase * @return void */ public function onDelete( \IPS\nexus\Purchase $purchase ) { } /** * On Purchase Reactivated (renewed after being expired or reactivated after being canceled) * * @param \IPS\nexus\Purchase $purchase The purchase * @return void */ public function onReactivate( \IPS\nexus\Purchase $purchase ) { } /** * On Transfer (is ran before transferring) * * @param \IPS\nexus\Purchase $purchase The purchase * @param \IPS\Member $newCustomer New Customer * @return void */ public function onTransfer( \IPS\nexus\Purchase $purchase, \IPS\Member $newCustomer ) { } /** * On Upgrade/Downgrade * * @param \IPS\nexus\Purchase $purchase The purchase * @param \IPS\nexus\Package $newPackage The package to upgrade to * @param int|NULL|\IPS\nexus\Purchase\RenewalTerm $chosenRenewalOption The chosen renewal option * @return void */ public function onChange( \IPS\nexus\Purchase $purchase, \IPS\nexus\Package $newPackage, $chosenRenewalOption = NULL ) { }  
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