May 11, 2015 at 11:27 pm #12624
I am working on integrating this plugin with s2member pro. I have gone through all of the steps from this link…
The clicks are showing up correctly but the sales are not being tracked. Any thoughts on why we would be getting the clicks but not the actual purchase?
(Side thought: Is there any chance that having xml-rpc disabled would create an issue. We were having some DDoS attacks against that file so I fully disabled it. I would guess it’s not an issue because the clicks are still being tracked but figured I’d mention just in case)May 12, 2015 at 12:11 am #69999
Please provide some additional info (see the following post for guideline):
xml-rpc won’t have anything to do with this. None of our plugin uses that and we recommend keeping that disabled.
The following post has useful information for you too:May 12, 2015 at 8:09 pm #70000
Thanks, good to hear xml-rpc isn’t involved.
Landing Page – [http://onthelistnashville.com/affiliate-5]
Payments are handled through Stripe in s2member pro. This is what shows up in the s2member options there, with the XXXX replaced
Just purchased the newest version of the wpaffilliate.
I believe the top log here is from a purchase through and affiliate link. The rest of the log file is a bunch of the second part I posted with users from our site (not affiliates)
[05/12/2015 3:04 PM] – SUCCESS :Start processing remote commission tracking request…
[05/12/2015 3:04 PM] – SUCCESS :POST data: 554e775f1a542||24.00|ch_161je5DyXmtMo5awkvbtdZLo||PURCHASING EMAIL ADDRESS WAS HERE||
[05/12/2015 3:04 PM] – SUCCESS :Validating Request Data
[05/12/2015 3:04 PM] – FAILURE :Referrer ID is missing… cannot process requestMay 12, 2015 at 8:19 pm #70001
I have the API notifications sent to an email and I notice there is no value in the cv1 slot which I believe is where the affiliate ID is supposed to show up?
Could it be anything to do with using this in the api notification section? Not really something I’m super knowledgeable about but thought it could be something
Custom Replacement Codes can also be inserted using these instructions:
%%cv0%% = The domain of your site, which is passed through the
customattribute in your Shortcode.
%%cv1%% = If you need to track additional custom variables, you can pipe delimit them into the
customattribute; inside your Shortcode, like this: custom=”onthelistnashville.com|cv1|cv2|cv3″. You can have an unlimited number of custom variables. Obviously, this is for advanced webmasters; but the functionality has been made available for those who need it.May 12, 2015 at 11:59 pm #70002
Looks like it is missing the custom value (cv1) in the notification. Can you please ask in their forum what the equivalent filter to the following is for “Stripe” gateway?
I checked their documentation but didn’t find anything for stripe.May 16, 2015 at 6:46 pm #70003
Yes, the following hook exists for Stripe.
If WPAffiliate support would like a copy of the pro version they can request that here:
[http://www.websharks-inc.com/bizdev/]May 17, 2015 at 3:17 am #70004
Thank you. I have added this stripe checkout hook in our plugin so that should be good now. I have sent you an update via email.
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