March 7, 2015 at 12:22 pm #12320
I realize that there was a similar thread but this does NOT use manual processing, so I am starting a new thread. The other similar thread was getting confusing and convoluted to me.
I just purchased my products yesterday and am using the latest version of WP Estore and WP Emember.
My new site uses wp Emember and wp Estore.
Here’s my new site, that’s still in sandbox mode: [http://members.jupiterjimsmarketingteam.com/]
Here’s the Thank You page after payment is made using PayPal:
Here’s the shortcode I’m using with the proper square brackets on both ends, instead of quote marks at the bottom of the Thank You page listed above. WP Estore is in sandbox mode.
Here’s the Post Payment debug log. Everything is listed as “SUCCESS”:
I did NOT check my PDT number today, but I believe I set that up correctly originally.
I DID check the checkbox for “Enable Transaction Result Display”
So I am NOT sure why the transaction results will just NOT display on my Thank You page.
Any help you can give me in this matter will be greatly appreciated.
~ Jupiter JImMarch 7, 2015 at 7:45 pm #69003
Here’s the new Thank You page that I configured when I just rechecked the PDT settings in PayPay:
Here are the two shortcodes I am trying on this Thank You page. I have tried them separately and I have tried them together:
And I believe the one below is the OLD one, correct?
[wp_eStore_transaction_result:end]March 8, 2015 at 12:23 am #69004adminKeymaster
Something is not right with the PDT settings so lets go over it step by step.
First, lets sort out the sandbox or live mode settings. Remember that your PayPal live account and sandbox accounts are completely different (they don’t share any settings). So I would like to recommend that you just use the live mode. No point setting everything up for sandbox and then you will have to set it up for live mode again.
Read the following post (pay extra attention to point #:
Once you have the live mode setup and you have done a test transaction using live mode, let me know so I can check your log file data.
PS. You only need to use the new shortcode [wp_eStore_display_transaction_result]March 15, 2015 at 11:06 am #69005
Thanks for your fast reply. I did read it that same day you posted it, which is when I needed it ( I believe it was a Saturday). So thanks for that.
It appears that I did NOT check a certain checkbox in PayPal that is required to activate PDT token.
By the time I had discovered that, I had already switched OFF the PayPal sandbox. So I have NO idea if that ever would have worked with the Sandbox (I suspect not).
Thanks again for your great customer service!!!
~ Jupiter Jim
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