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June 11, 2020 at 12:46 pm in reply to: Gravity Forms / Stripe integration with the WP Affiliate Plugin #72573
Sorry for the delay. I’ve confirmed with Gravity Forms support that the action hook is correct and should be passing values through the parameter.
We’ve added gform_stripe_webhook in the site’s functions.php and now it’s returning action data. But I still don’t see anything, the log file still appears to be saying “This is not an affiliate referred transaction”.
Is there anything that we might be doing wrong still?April 8, 2020 at 6:55 am in reply to: Gravity Forms / Stripe integration with the WP Affiliate Plugin #72571
Thank you once again for your helpful reply.
Looking at the Gravity Forms documentation, are you saying that there is a code snippet I must add to our website’s functions.php? I checked our file and none of the code snippets that Gravity Forms mentions are in our website currently. I obviously haven’t added anything yet as your instructions haven’t told me to.April 7, 2020 at 7:30 pm in reply to: Gravity Forms / Stripe integration with the WP Affiliate Plugin #72569
Thanks. I just ran a test, and looking at the log file it appears as if the affiliate plugin is indeed recording the sale, however it is not crediting the sale to any affiliate. As a test, I clicked one of our test affiliate links right before filling out the test form.
Here is the log file. As you can see, the click is tracked and the ap_id is added to my cookie, yet when I go right to make a purchase, it records the purchase as not an affiliate referral.
[04/07/2020 7:20 PM] – SUCCESS :GF integration… adding ap_id meta data to entry (877) with value: XXXX
[04/07/2020 7:20 PM] – SUCCESS :GF Stripe integration – gform_stripe_webhook. Action type: , Entry ID: , Referrer ID:
[04/07/2020 7:20 PM] – SUCCESS :GF Stripe integration – reading referrer ID from the browser, Referrer ID:
[04/07/2020 7:20 PM] – SUCCESS :GF Stripe integration – The referrer ID is empty for this entry. This is not an affiliate referred transaction.
As this is only a test account, I obviously set the commission rate to zero. That shouldn’t be a problem, should it?April 2, 2020 at 2:49 pm in reply to: Gravity Forms / Stripe integration with the WP Affiliate Plugin #72567
Certainly. I have followed this tutorial and checked the box to enable Gravity Forms Stripe Checkout:
Let me know what can be done.March 27, 2020 at 12:09 pm in reply to: Gravity Forms / Stripe integration with the WP Affiliate Plugin #72565
I am having the same problems as @digitaloutposts, @dotcomma000, and @tbare so I wanted to check in if anything has changed in the years since this thread has been active?
I am using the official Gravity Forms Stripe Add-On gravityforms.com/add-ons/stripe/ and not the separate WordPress plugin which no longer seems to be active on WordPress. I have two forms being used with the Stripe Add-On for sales as well as another lead capture form with Gravity Form Lead Capture settings enabled. While leads are successfully being logged, no sales are being captured. I’ve checked the Gravity Forms Integration settings and everything seems to be in check.
Any help would be greatly appreciated.February 28, 2020 at 4:28 pm in reply to: Hide the Affiliate ID from the URL after the visitor lands on the landing page #24478
Just checking in again as this thread is 6 and a half years old. Is this still the optimal way to automatically redirect users to the main landing page after clicking an affiliate link.
I tried editing the wp_aff_advanced_configs.php file as you instructed, but no success. Once I’ve updated the file, how do I update the plugin?February 28, 2020 at 4:22 pm in reply to: Populating Gravity Form Field with the Affiliate ID #48813
Just checking in if this code is still valid in 2020. I contacted Gravity Forms who gave me a code with this line in order to populate the field with a referrer ID. But no luck.
I see this is 7 years old, perhaps there is another way to do it now?