In addition, you will need to update the database context class that manages the entity classes and that provides data access to the database.To do this, you will add the newly created Order and namespace so that you have access to all the core functionality of the Entity Framework.
You will use the developer test account to create a buyer test account and a seller test account.
The developer test account credentials also will allow the Wingtip Toys sample application to access the Pay Pal testing environment.
By associating the user and shopping cart, the Wingtip Toys sample application will be able to maintain the shopping cart of the user between visits. When the shopping cart is migrated, the GUID used to identify the anonymous shopping cart is replaced with the user name.
In addition to modifying the schema) with the logged-in user name.
If you are following this tutorial using the prebuilt Wingtip Toys sample application, you must recreate the default membership database.
By modifying the default connection string, the membership database will be created the next time the application runs.
You will need your displayed Classic TEST API credentials (Username, Password, and Signature) to make API calls from the Wingtip Toys sample application to the Pay Pal testing environment. You will place the majority of the Pay Pal code into a single class.
This class contains the methods used to communicate with Pay Pal.
At the end of the tutorial, you will test the application by selecting products to add to the shopping cart, clicking the checkout button, and transferring data to the Pay Pal testing web site.
On the Pay Pal testing web site, you will confirm your shipping and payment information and then return to the local Wingtip Toys sample application to confirm and complete the purchase.
This functionality includes the capability to query, insert, update, and delete data by working with strongly typed objects. The Wingtip Toys sample application allows anonymous users to review and add products to a shopping cart.