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”

  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.


    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


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