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Thread began 2/01/2010 2:45 pm by swoodmwood396702 | Last modified 2/03/2010 11:12 am by swoodmwood396702 | 3189 views | 17 replies

swoodmwood396702

Checkout wizard is NOT generating Web Payment Standard correctly!!!

Jason,

We went through the getting started guide. The wizard is pretty self explanatory. We entered our merchant ID in the Member ID field.

To answer your question, the eCart checkout has two buttons: "Check out with Payball" or "Checkout". We do not go to the checkout failure page for the "Checkout" button, we are navigated to the Confirm.php, then when selecting the "Submit Order" button, we are navigated to the paypal homepage. Only if I press the "Checkout With Paypal" button then I am passed to the failure page....which makes sense, because we did not set up any API credentials because we are not interested in using the Express Checkout option.

I was on the phone with PayPal again today, and they looked at our website and said that the wizard did NOT generate the Web Payment Standard code and that is why we are being navigated to the PayPal homepage. I too, looked at the code and only see PP_ECO, and the Checkout form wrapper says "checkout_PP_LI_Hid".

I don't understand why when I select the remote option (Web Payment Standard), the wizard isn't generating the correct code?!?!? Or the proper workflow of php pages that I'm expecting?!?!?!?

We were supposed to be live on Feb 1st, and we're desperately trying to get our checkout process up and running!!!

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