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After 2 years of experiments in Magento, This is my first attempt to create an Observer.I had written everything in place, But iam confused with the events that i should observer for!

What i need is :

if the purchase is invoiced after successful payment
  do something 
if the invoice is from Admin Panel
  do the same thing

Current event is checkout_submit_all_after after referencing mage 1x events: i found lot of other events that can be triggered.

with different modules like :

sales_order_place_after
sales_order_invoice_pay

Somebody please guide me in right direction..

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Depending on the payment type, sales_order_invoice_pay is not guaranteed to be called, it's safer to use sales_order_invoice_register which is triggered during invoice creation:

See Mage_Sales_Model_Order_Invoice::register()

So your config.xml should contain:

  <global>
    <events>
      <sales_order_invoice_register>
        <observers>
          <your_module> <!-- any unique identifier -->
            <class>your/observer</class>
            <method>yourObserverMethod</method>
          </your_module>
        </observers>
      </sales_order_invoice_register>
    </events>
  </global>

In your observer, you have access to the following parameters:

$observer->getOrder();   // the order
$observer->getInvoice(); // the invoice (not yet saved)
  • why you have call sales_order_invoice_register as safe or sales_order_invoice_pay.i guss that that reason is function pay()...Am i right ?.pay() function called depends on payment. – Amit Bera Jan 10 '16 at 10:46
  • Right, invoice->register() should always be called when invoice is created, invoice->pay() depends on the payment method, so it might not be called. – Fabian Schmengler Jan 10 '16 at 10:48
  • @fschmengler thanks for the answer. will this work for paypal processing also ? – Shan Jan 10 '16 at 14:08
  • I assume that it does. Try it out. – Fabian Schmengler Jan 10 '16 at 14:17
  • Ya ill try ... :) – Shan Jan 10 '16 at 14:33

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