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Thanks for the help Ivy. I’ve tried to follow the steps but have not had any luck as of yet. This is what I’ve done.
step1: “enable debug” is checked
step2: “use automatic post payment processing” is checked
gave me the “Debug is enabled. Check the ipn_handle_debug.log file for debug output.” message and it did update the log file, so write permissions seem ok
step4: a) something is blocking the paypal ipn? (we do not have a paypal sandbox)
b) your paypal profile is not set correctly to send the ipn
I’m not really sure what to do to correct or eliminate these two options so I went to step 5: I changed the paypal settings to the following and still did not have any luck when I did a test purchase. Nothing new was written to the log file. However, we also have wishlist member plugin on this site and I’m afraid these changes will mess up that functionality. Since this did not help, I will probably revert to what we had before.
Auto return: Off
Block Non-encrypted Website Payment: Off
PayPal Account Optional: On
Return URL: Empty (You can specify this in the WP eStore’s settings)
Payment Data Transfer: Off
Any other ideas?
This functionality seemed to break around 3/25. Around that same time we started receiving “PayPal Cinfiguration given IPN failing” messages in reference to our wishlist member purchases through the same paypal account. This also happened last fall. Wishlist member said that something in PayPal had changed. They released a new version of wishlist member to deal with the issue. When we upgraded to the new wishlist member version we stopped receiving the error messages. Could this new problem with estore have something to do with the same or similar paypal change?
Thanks for the reply Ivy. Although this sounds simple, I’ve not found it to be so.
The “enable debug” is checked but doesn’t appear to upate the error log file “ipn_handle_debug.log”. We had an order fail this morning, I checked the error log and it was blank. I double checked the “enable debug” to verify it was still checked. I ran another test purchase personally, did not receive the email message and the debug log was not updated. Have I missed a step? The size of the log is zero and it is indeed empty.
Also, when I look in the manage customer menu, the new customers are not being added to that list.
Any ideas of what might be going wrong, what might be mis-configured? This whole process was up and working properly for several weeks.
DiMarch 17, 2010 at 4:26 pm in reply to: MailChimp autoresponder setting and segmented lists #18767
I have a question relating to this.
I would like to be able to update a particular field within my mailchimp list upon an estore purchase, specifically a purchase date. Is this possible through the estore integration at this time or do I need to do this on my own with a cron job?