Quickbooks Integration with nuSOAP

Quickbooks integration I’ve been working on integrating an online shopping cart with in-house Quickbooks. I’m using SOAP (nuSOAP) and cURL / SSL to pass QBXML (Quickbooks XML) data through a port. Muchas gracias to Ryan Szrama of the open source project Ubercart for his extensive notes on Quickbooks / SOAP integration.I developed a pretty nice php class to pass data to the Quickbooks RDS server but the cURL requests kept failing, even though I opened the ports through the router and I had the computer they were passing data to on an FQDN DNS IP. It turns out I had to pass the IP through the server as well (SSH tunnel to: etc/hosts). It’s all good though, I would have liked to wrap up this project today, but it will have to wait for tomorrow.



Jon Raasch

Jon Raasch is a UX nerd and free-lance web designer / developer who loves jQuery, Javascript & CSS.




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2 Comments to “Quickbooks Integration with nuSOAP” RSS 2.0

  1. Mark Chipman says:

    Do you have your sourcecode for this available… the link to nuSOAP is dead apparently… and I’d like insight in how to effectively do this.

    Regards,

    Mark Chipman

  2. Jon Raasch says:

    Hi Mark,

    Thanks for letting me know about the NuSoap link, I switched it out for another one. Unfortunately the QuickBooks integration I did was contracted work and I cannot share the source code, but check here for a pretty nice intro: http://www.scottnichol.com/nusoapintro.htm

    Best,
    jr


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