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  • #8063
    joaquin
    Participant

    Hi Guys!

    How should we proceed to test paypal adaptive gateway (sandbox mode)?
    Do we have to create the paypal app from the beginning with all real information and this app will be used for testing and when we go live too?

    Thanks in advance,
    Joaquín

    #8064
    WC Vendors Support
    Participant

    Of course you should test! PayPal will issue your credentials when they approve your application. Changing from test to live mode is as easy as a check box on the gateway settings page. Have fun

    #8070
    joaquin
    Participant

    Hi Ben,

    My question was if I need to create a paypal app even for testing/sandbox.
    If we need the app for testing, we can use the same app when we go live or we will have to create a different one?

    Thanks!
    J

    #8071
    WC Vendors Support
    Participant

    I’m not entirely sure, actually. You should get your live app now and sandbox at the same time so you can test both.

    #8072
    joaquin
    Participant

    OK!
    Thanks for your help.
    J

    #8106
    joaquin
    Participant

    Hi Ben,

    Checking WC Vendor settings I see “You must have an Application ID to process live transactions. You do not need one for testing in Sandbox mode.”

    I will try creating apps but seems that this is not my problem…
    Now, when I try to place an order I´m getting “Internal Server Error”. Not very descriptive… :S

    I tried using Standard Paypal just to discard problems related to my paypal sandbox users and the transactions finished successfully.

    If you have any tip o something I should check I´d appreciate your comments.
    Thanks,
    J

    #8107
    WC Vendors Support
    Participant

    Please only use “private reply” when sending sensitive information. 😉

    Sandbox Mode still requires an App ID. You cant just leave the settings blank.

    If you get a 500 Server Error — What does your websites error_log file say? 🙂

    #8108
    joaquin
    Participant

    Sorry! 🙂

    Checking error log:

    PHP Fatal error: Cannot redeclare class OAuthDataStore in /home/wp-content/plugins/wc-vendors/classes/gateways/PayPal_AdvPayments/PayPal_AP/classes/adaptivepayments-sdk/lib/auth/PPAuth.php on line 858

    Any idea?
    Thanks,
    J

    #8109
    WC Vendors Support
    Participant

    Hi J,

    It sounds like you have another plugin that is also using the OAuth classes creating a conflict. Check for Twitter or social login plugins. And yell at the author of them for not using his own class names. 🙂

    #8165
    joaquin
    Participant

    Hi Ben,

    Problem solved!
    Was our theme that was using the OAuth class.
    Sorry, I should had checked error_log at the beggining :S

    Thanks!
    J

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