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4 months 3 weeks ago - 4 months 3 weeks ago #47082 by Ally
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Hi, hope someone can shed some light on this.

Jomres uses PayPal REST API app & secret pair that is created in developer.paypal.com to utilise the core paypal plugin or the fabulous Express Checkout by Rodrigo.

Done, understood, has worked fine.

Recently paypal transactions have been intermittently erroring with response:201 instead 200 in the log files.

In trying to track down any anomalies, I came across the paypal roadmap, of course acknowledge their testing notice and point 6.

"The API certificate credentials issued by PayPal for use with the Classic API "


www.paypal.com/th/webapps/mpp/merchant-security-roadmap

Can anyone confirm if any business owners of their Jomres installations has anything in the "Verify your certificate type" of the Selling Tools - API Access



www.paypal.com/th/webapps/mpp/merchant-api-upgrade

I am curious if anyone has the same pair in both locations.

Thanks

Ally
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