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ccvs_new — Creates a new, blank invoice in a session.


string ccvs_new(session, invoice);
string session: ID of session to use
string invoice: Invoice name for transaction


'OK' on success; on error, 'data problem', 'duplicate invoice', 'uninitialized', or 'unknown'


ccvs_new() creates a blank invoice in the session identified by session . invoice is the name by which this invoice will be called in future operations; if an invoice with this name already exists in this session,duplicate invoice' is returned. session must be a valid session ID as returned by ccvs_init() .

The invoice name can be at most eight characters long, consisting only of alphabetic characters, and is not case-sensitive. If invoice is shorter than eight characters, it will be right-padded with 'X' characters up to eight characters, although you can still refer to it using the shorter name. All invoice names are displayed in uppercase.


PHP 4 since 4.0.2


Example 92. Creating a new invoice

echo "Adding an invoice to the session:\n";
if (!ccvs_new($session, 'foo') === 'OK') {
    echo "Could not create invoice; reason: " . ccvs_textvalue($session) . "\n";

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