Real head-scratcher of an issue with Stripe...

3 months 2 weeks ago #47739 by Mathias Nielsen
Okay, so I've been trying to get this up and running for a while. Stripe seems very insistent on not working as a payment gateway. It'll let users connect, it'll even send log files to my client's database *and* to Stripe, saying that, indeed, property managers have connected their Stripe account with ours - on Stripe's end it'll show up as an "added" account in the daily statistics.

But, once I go to look for the connected account on the Site manager's Stripe account, or try to make a booking and pay through Stripe, Stripe tells me that account isn't connected at all ("no such .

I've attached the log files from the Stripe API when accounts are connected; no database entries are made on the site's end when payments are attempted, apparently. I'll attach one of the failed payment_intents from Stripe instead.

The only thing I've noticed that may point to issues is that, when property managers connect their Stripe accounts, they're redirected to a blank page afterwards. That's not quite what's supposed to happen, right? I figure there's at least supposed to be text instructing them to close the page. I've attached an image of the URL it's redirecting to as well.


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