Location: PHPKode > scripts > PayPal Payments Pro > Refund.php
<?php
// Include required library files.
require_once('includes/config.php');
require_once('includes/paypal.class.php');

// Create PayPal object.
$PayPalConfig = array('Sandbox' => $sandbox, 'DeveloperAccountEmail' => $developer_account_email, 'ApplicationID' => $application_id, 'DeviceID' => $device_id, 
						'IPAddress' => $device_ip_address, 'APIUsername' => $api_username, 'APIPassword' => $api_password, 'APISignature' => $api_signature, 'APISubject' => $api_subject);
$PayPal = new PayPal_Adaptive($PayPalConfig);

// Prepare request arrays
$RefundFields = array(
					  'CurrencyCode' => '', 											// Required.  Must specify code used for original payment.  You do not need to specify if you use a payKey to refund a completed transaction.
					  'PayKey' => '',  													// Required.  The key used to create the payment that you want to refund.
					  'TransactionID' => '', 											// Required.  The PayPal transaction ID associated with the payment that you want to refund.
					  'TrackingID' => ''												// Required.  The tracking ID associated with the payment that you want to refund.
					  );

$Receivers = array();
$Receiver = array(
				  'Email' => '',									// A receiver's email address. 
				  'Amount' => '', 									// Amount to be debited to the receiver's account.
				  'Primary' => '', 									// Set to true to indicate a chained payment.  Only one receiver can be a primary receiver.  Omit this field, or set to false for simple and parallel payments.
				  'InvoiceID' => '', 								// The invoice number for the payment.  This field is only used in Pay API operation.
				  'PaymentType' => ''								// The transaction subtype for the payment.  Allowable values are: GOODS, SERVICE
				  );

array_push($Receivers, $Receiver);

$PayPalRequestData = array(
					 'RefundFields' => $RefundFields, 
					 'Receivers' => $Receivers
					 );


// Pass data into class for processing with PayPal and load the response array into $PayPalResult
$PayPalResult = $PayPal->Refund($PayPalRequestData);

// Write the contents of the response array to the screen for demo purposes.
echo '<pre />';
print_r($PayPalResult);
?>
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