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I am developing api access point for drupal commerce, from that access point user can upload his/her billing information during checkout process. Here is my code, but it can not add user full name in billing information. Any suggestion is greatly appreciated.

Thanks

  function commerce_services_bill_ship_create($data, $flatten_fields) {
    $status; $message;
    $orderId; $uid;

    $orderId =$data["orderId"];
    $uid = $data["uid"];
    $fullname = $data['fullname'];

    $order = commerce_cart_order_load($uid);
    $order_wrapper = entity_metadata_wrapper('commerce_order', $order);
    $order_wrapper->commerce_customer_billing->commerce_customer_address->name_line = $fullname;
    $order_wrapper->commerce_customer_billing->commerce_customer_address->thoroughfare = "No.1, ABC street";    

    $order_wrapper->commerce_customer_billing->commerce_customer_address->locality = "New York";
     try{
        // Save the order.
        commerce_order_save ($order);
        $status = 1;
        $message = "order update successfully.";
    }catch(Exception $ex){
        $status = 0;
        $message = "order can't update successfully.";
    }
    $reply= (array('status' => $status,'message' => $message));

    return $reply;
 }

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To add billing information in checkout process first we have to create a profile object and assign it to the order. This code works for me

For adding new profile for billing information

function commerce_services_bill_ship_create($data, $flatten_fields) {
$status; $message;
$orderId; $uid;

$orderId =$data["orderId"];
$fullname = $data['fullname'];
$city = $data["city"];
$address = $data["address"];

//load order that you want to add billing information
$order = commerce_cart_order_load($uid);


// We'll assume that the current user will be the customer of our order
global $user;

$profile = commerce_customer_profile_new('billing', $user->uid);
$profile->commerce_customer_address = array(LANGUAGE_NONE => array(0 => addressfield_default_values()));

//for updating existing profile, uncomment the line below and comment commerce_customer_profile_new()
//$profile = commerce_customer_profile_load($profile_id); //

//add fullname
$profile -> commerce_customer_address['und'][0]['name_line'] = $fullname;

//add address
$profile->commerce_customer_address['und'][0]['thoroughfare'] = $address;


//add city
$profile->commerce_customer_address['und'][0]['locality'] = $city;


// You sould pass the entire $profile object as parameter.
commerce_customer_profile_save($profile);

//assign profile_id to the order
$order->commerce_customer_billing[LANGUAGE_NONE][0]['profile_id'] = $profile->profile_id;

try{
    // Now you can save the order.
    commerce_order_save($order);
    $status = 1;
    $message = "order update successfully.";
}catch(Exception $ex){
    $status = 0;
    $message = "order can't update successfully.";
}


$reply= (array('status' => $status,'message' => $message));

return $reply;
}

Reference site - Programatically Create Order with Customer Profile , Creating Customer Profiles Programmatically

  • You can still use wrappers here, bit this is correct because it replaces the reference value. With a wrapper you just need $wrapper->commerce_customer_billing = $profile then save order. – Matt Glaman Feb 10 '16 at 12:16
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You are saving the order, which would have the state that it held before you made it into a wrapper. You need to save the $order_wrapper:

$order_wrapper->save();
  • I have tried as u said, but no billing information updated or changed. It seem to me I am following the wrong way, I think I have to create user profile and have to assign in order. drupalcommerce.org/discussions/2615/… – SAWAUNG Feb 10 '16 at 5:25
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    You don't need ->save(), objects are always passed by reference, so $order was saved – Matt Glaman Feb 10 '16 at 12:14

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