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API Credentials

Thread began 1/04/2013 5:18 pm by michael378527 | Last modified 1/11/2013 4:36 pm by michael378527 | 503 views | 3 replies

michael378527

API Credentials

In pp_confirm.php and checkout.php the information requested is consistent with the PayPal API credentials asking for "Username" "Password" and "Signature" but in confirm.php it asks for "USER" "VENDOR" "PARTNER" "PWD" which are not. In a post from 2010 (See Below) explaining how to disable the sandbox you refer to these 3 scripts suggesting they are all the same. I do not know what data to put into the confirm.php script to make the sandbox work. The confirm.php script also does not contain the sandbox

What do I need to include in the confirm.php script. Is it the same as the login information for the paypal manager account?


Text from post explaining how to disable UseSandbox.

the paypal code is added to the checkout.php, confirm.php and pp_confirm.php page bu the checkout wizard.


on those pages look for code siomilar to:

$WA_PP_ECO_Set_params[0][$nextIndex] = "UseSandbox";
$WA_PP_ECO_Set_params[1][$nextIndex] = "true";


and change it to false.

also on those pages, the code that passes the API Username, password and Signature will need to be changed to use the live api info, it will look similar to:

$WA_PP_ECO_Set_params[0][$nextIndex] = "Username";
$WA_PP_ECO_Set_params[1][$nextIndex] = "<api user>";
$nextIndex = count($WA_PP_ECO_Set_params[0]);
$WA_PP_ECO_Set_params[0][$nextIndex] = "Password";
$WA_PP_ECO_Set_params[1][$nextIndex] = "<api pass>";
$nextIndex = count($WA_PP_ECO_Set_params[0]);
$WA_PP_ECO_Set_params[0][$nextIndex] = "Signature";
$WA_PP_ECO_Set_params[1][$nextIndex] = "<api sig>";

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