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I just had the same issue. My host disabled allow_url_fopen because it’s vulnerable to injection script attacks. Here is the information they posted about it. I have it turned on now, but they say this should only be a temporary measure and it’s better if developers use other methods instead.
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Neither. I’m talking about Amazon Web Pay. It’s basically Amazon’s answer to Paypal. You can receive payment for goods, pay for goods through it, withdraw funds, send funds to others, use them an Amazon’s site to buy products, etc.
Okay, thank you Amin! I got my client to check and it looks like the money is in his account now. So it’s all sorted. It’s good to know this though, your answer has really helped, especially in the future so we know what to expect if we get something like this again.
Okay, another payment that was similar went through fine (different customer). So I have another question. I have ticked the box to have Paypal reattempt processing if it fails. What is the schedule for that, how many days does Paypal wait before it tries again?
Is that prompted by the plugin, or does estore just tell Paypal to do that and Paypal takes it from there?
That is exactly what I had, and still got this failure message. So why would it do that?
Just got a Post Payment Verification failure email with a link to this page. The reason was, “Wrong Product Price Detected”. The price for an annual subscription, and is set up so that the first year is at a lower (trial) price. So I used the trial period fields to set the lower price they will be charged for the first year, and the price of this product is set at the full price.
Because the plugin allows for the trial price I thought it should work. I’ll check with the purchaser to see if any of the other options you mention above may apply, but I was just wondering…
I had “Use Automatic Post Payment Processing” ticked. If I untick that will it stop the Post Payment Verification? We were using that option to send an email automatically after payment.October 22, 2010 at 10:09 am in reply to: How to redirect subscriber to different pages for each products #25685
Found the answer here: https://support.tipsandtricks-hq.com/forums/topic/redirecting-to-different-pages-after-sale
It doesn’t say explicitly, but you put the return URL under the Buy Now options for a subscription payment.August 22, 2010 at 4:55 am in reply to: What to do if the Debug file is empty or New Debug info is not getting added #18255
I’m having similar problems to arukiyomi, except that my ipn_handle_debug log file is empty (0 bytes). I have gone through all the steps on page 1, paypal sandbox verified the settings on that file. In test transactions I’m getting through to paypal okay, click the button to return to the site and my download link is there and working. But I receive no notification from the plugin to either the buyer or seller and both options are turned on.
In the step where I test the
wp-content/plugins/wp-cart-for-digital-products/paypal.phpfile the page has the following error message:
Fatal error: Cannot redeclare class MCAPI in /home/[...]/public_html/[...]/wp-content/plugins/wp-cart-for-digital-products/lib/auto-responder/MCAPI.class.php on line 3
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When I use the generate encrypted link from admin functions for a digital product, the resulting link doesn’t work.
This seems to be working now… at least according to my emails from paypal.
Found the answer to my question here: