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Checkout Button

Thread began 7/11/2012 4:39 pm by BjB | Last modified 7/12/2012 10:07 am by Jason Byrnes | 1522 views | 11 replies |

BjB

Checkout Button

The checkout button is not working with PayPal

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Jason ByrnesWebAssist

Can you provide a little more detail please.

What paypal system are you using? Paypal Payments standard or pro?

Do you get an error message? if so what is the error?

Can you provide a link where i can see the problem.

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BjB

Thanks for replying so quickly Jason.

I have inserted the view cart using the wizard in eCart. The view cart has a checkout button but I can't get it to work with paypal when I go to eCart > Checkout > PayPal Express Checkout.

I have PayPal working just fine if I don't use eCart and just use the PayPal button, but I am have shipping cost problems and thought that eCart could help with that.

Here is a link to the live products page:

products.php?

For testing the eCart I have setup a different products page here:

products1.php?

here is a link to the cart: store.php?

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Jason ByrnesWebAssist

Send a copy of the store.php page please so I can take a look at the code.

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BjB

Ok, here is a copy of store.php

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store.zip
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Jason ByrnesWebAssist

Have you run the checkout wizard to create the checkout pages?


On your shop page, the checkout behavior is not set to redirect to the checkout page.

Open the Server Behaviors panel (Window -> Server Behaviors) in the list of server behaviors, double click the Checkout Button server behavior and set it to redirect to the checkout page created by the checkout wizard.

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BjB

Setting the server behavior just takes it to the paypal login page. I need it to work like the paypal buttons work on the products.php page does. I see that there is options for paypal but I can't get them to work. It asks for a password and username. That isn't needed on the products.php page for the paypal buttons.

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Jason ByrnesWebAssist

you will need to run the checkout wizard to create the checkout pages, in the checkout wizard, select to use Paypal Standard

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BjB

I don't have the option for paypal standard.
Under Server Behaviors > eCart > Checkout I have PayPal Express Checkout and under that option I have Authentication, Get Payer Profile and Process Transaction.

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Jason ByrnesWebAssist

to run the checkout wizard, go to Insert -> Webassist -> eCart -> Checkout Wizard

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