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Update PayPal account

Thread began 7/15/2016 9:59 am by Jose | Last modified 7/19/2016 4:00 pm by Ray Borduin | 144 views | 7 replies |

Jose

Update PayPal account

Hello, I'm using PayPal pro since the first time. Now I have another PayPal pro but when I switch to new account it automatically stop to work. I am not sure but I think that Dreamweaver save the old account information. I have done manually though getaway and with Dreamweaver too using the server behaviour and still the same. So, do I have to do something else or how it works? I have already tasted with other store using presta shop and my new account works perfectly but where I want to use it is in the ecart.

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Ray BorduinWebAssist

It should just be a matter of updating the gateway settings. Are you sure you put in the correct values?

Try adding this to the payment failure page:
<?php
@session_start();
var_dump($_SESSION);
?>

That will give you more information about why it fails.

I'd have reproduce the problem and have ftp access to look into it more on my own.

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Jose

Yes, it is good I have tasted it already in other system. The problem is when I submit the button it sent me to the failure page with the new account.
I'm going to upload the web to the server with the new account and I give you the FTP so you can see by yourself what is the error because I cannot find the problem.

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Ray BorduinWebAssist

I get an error when I try to visit your site. It appear the database information isn't correct.

Maybe you can view source on your localhost with the debug code I suggested and I can look at it that way. Otherwise you would have to get the live site working until the point where I can see the error myself.

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Jose

Oh yes I forgot to change database connection. Sorry about that I will fix it right now. Ok try now

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Jose

Please, Try again. I already fixed it

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Ray BorduinWebAssist

It is giving an error: Security header is not valid

Error number: 10002

This means the Username, Password, or Security Key is not valid. You should check the gateways.php file and make sure you have copied and pasted them correctly for the live server.

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Jose

Ok. Thank you very much. I will check it again.

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