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Should I have a page called pp_DirectPayment

Thread began 12/11/2009 2:04 pm by xberniex250371773 | Last modified 12/11/2009 3:16 pm by Jason Byrnes | 555 views | 1 replies |


Should I have a page called pp_DirectPayment

I see in the server behaviors eCart local checkout(myDB-name, PP_DirectPayment) PP_DirectPayment looks similiar to other pages the wizard makes. I don't have a page in my files named pp_DirectPayment and wonder if this is why my direct payments is through an error code. I did apply the failure response binding to the failure page and and see the code thats looks like my paypal info but says "Your transaction could not be completed. and all my paypal info alog with it. But how do I know what that means?

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Jason ByrnesWebAssist

No, you should not have a PP_DirectPayment.php page. wen using Direct payments (Filling out the checkout form on the checkout page, it brings you to the confirm page.

When using express checkout, it uses the pp_confirm page.

As for trouble shooting the errors, When you add the failure response binding, the error will be included in the string, make sure you are adding both the Full Request and the Full Response the page. Add some text in front of each to separate them. the response will contain the error.

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