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Honestly, this really isn’t possible. In order to do something like this the two affiliate systems (PAP and whatever other system) would have to both be aware of each other and use their API’s to negotiate between them which one gets to track the sale.
If the other affiliate system has a really good API, it MIGHT be possible to broker these negotiations on your side, by doing something like this:
1. Use PAP API to get the current PAP tracking cookie information (See PayPal code in connector for an example of this)
2. Use PAP API to look up the full tracking details for the individual represented in the cookie.
3. Use other affiliate program’s API to get the full tracking details for that system.
4. Compare the two sets of tracking information to determine which system should get the option to track the sale
5. Send the sale tracking request to ONLY that system, via API using the returned tracking information.
Honestly, I’d be surprised if a secondary system supported enough API access to do this, and I suspect that it would violate their terms of service to knowingly suppress the sale tracking code in certain cases. Even if you could do it, there would be a lot of tricky coding involved, and I would not be able to help you with that.