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aw
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Hi,

I've enabled the atutor payment module. I've also setup the configuration with dummy information for paypal and set the price for one of my course. The course is set to protected. But if user login and click on that course, they will automatically see the content, no locking. I thought the course will be locked and the user will be prompted with some kind of add to cart button?

Thanks

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Posted: 2014-07-23 01:47:50
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You would need to set the course to private.
Posted: 2014-07-23 09:16:19
aw
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Hi Greg,

Yes I am able to lock the course if set to private. Actually this thread is related to the one that I ask about multi course providers. So the course title and probably summary (free or have a price) need to be accessed by public (without login). Then if the user want to buy the seat, so they need to logged into the system. The sample mechanism is something like eventbrite website.

Furthermore, can I add my local country online banking as the list of payment vendor? how hard is to modify/enhance the module payment?

Thanks very much Greg.

Regards
Posted: 2014-07-23 21:57:26
greg

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I'm not exactly clear what you are trying to do. I'd suggest looking at Guest access to private courses if you want to allow preview before paying.

Manage>Properties>Authenticated Access.

Copy the link that's generated and paste it to your Web site somewhere where it can be click by public visitors.

You could then set all but the content units you want people to see before paying, with a prerequisite test perhaps. Tests are not available to guest users so they would not be able to access those units.

I'd suggest experimenting.

As for adapting the payment module, it's typically possible by creating a copy of one of the other payment service files, then adapting it to the requirements of your provider. There would a little effort involved.
Posted: 2014-07-24 12:53:37
 
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