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Switching to Paypal Pro

Thread began 2/02/2015 10:20 pm by Matt | Last modified 2/10/2015 4:43 pm by Jason Byrnes | 546 views | 7 replies |

Matt

Switching to Paypal Pro

I just made the switch to Paypal pro, and need a little assistance.

I received custom work from Webassist last year to allow my site to use Paypal and Authorize.net simultaneously.
We are dropping Authorize.net and using PayPal pro exclusively.

However, when I choose Paypal Pro in Gateway settings, there is no change to my site.
I assume the checkout process should behave differently.

My guess would be something was hardcoded to allow Paypal and Authorize to work together.
Can you tell me where to look to activate Pro, and disable the others?

Thank you,
-Matt
Titan Pinball

www.titanpinball.com

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Jason ByrnesWebAssist

you will need to delete the existing checkout pages, then run the checkout wizard to recreate them using paypal pro

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Matt

Could you please tell me which files need to be deleted? I'd hate to mess this up.

Thank you,
-Matt

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Jason ByrnesWebAssist

the pages the wizard may have generated are:

checkout.php
confirm.php
confirm_cart.php
pp_confirm.php
pp_checkout_success.php
checkout_success.php
checkout_failure.php
shipping_failure.php


if some don't exist, that's OK, but delete the ones that do exist.

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Matt

Could you please direct me to the checkout wizard?
I cannot find it anywhere in powerstore.

Thank you,
-Matt

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Jason ByrnesWebAssist

I'm sorry, i missed that this was Power Store. i thought you where asking about eCart.

With Power Store, you would need to revert the pages that had been edited to add the dual checkout option to the original from the power store installation.

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Matt

OK.

Which pages should I be paying attention to?

Thanks,
-Matt

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Jason ByrnesWebAssist

I can't say for certain which pages had been edited i the premiere support appointment, but it was probably files in the web assist/plugins/shopping_cart folder like:

checkout_form.php
process_transaction.php

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