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Harald Ponce de Leon

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  1. Hi Liz..


    Is an error message shown on the shopping cart page?


    Have you entered your email address in the Debug E-Mail Address module parameter? If not can you, and try another order. This time you should receive an e-mail with the parameters used for the transaction. Could you post that here and delete and personal/sensitive information.

  2. Ok - with the help of Tsimi's sandbox account from Japan (with a Japanese address), I tracked down another problem relating to encoding that could fail the verification of the transaction if it contained special characters.


    The solution to this problem is to set your seller account profile to the same encoding as your shop (UTF-8 by default). In Tsimi's sandbox account it was set to Japanese / Shift_JIS.


    This can be set on the PayPal -> Profile -> Selling Preferences -> Language Encoding -> More Options page.

  3. I'm sorry, I don't know what the cause of the problem is. The parameters sent back to your store are the same parameters IPN sends separately to your store and they should pass the verification from PayPal.


    It could be a browser extension you have installed that is interfering with the parameter values. If you get the same result with a different browser then I cannot help you further.


    Try v1.0 of the PayPal Payments Standard module or try PayPal Express Checkout.

  4. PayPal is sending the proper parameters back to your store when the customer returns back to the store.


    This is more than likely a problem with the verification of the SSL certificate.


    Disable Verify SSL Certificate in your module configuration parameters and try another live order.

  5. @@Renowne The parameters you are getting are in correct order.


    Did you get a IPN entry in the order status history?


    Do you have Verify SSL Certificate enabled in the payment module configuration settings? If so, can you successfully perform a connection test? (the link is available in the module configuration page)

  6. Daniela, thank you for providing me access to your store admin. The problem you are describing is not in relation with the Braintree payment module but with a general installation of your store.


    Your Administration Tool is trying to access the following files:

    • ext/jquery/ui/redmond/jquery-ui-1.10.4.min.css
    • ext/jquery/jquery-1.11.1.min.js
    • ext/jquery/ui/jquery-ui-1.10.4.min.js
    • ext/flot/jquery.flot.min.js
    • ext/flot/jquery.flot.time.min.js

    However non of them are publicly available. This explains why your Administration Tool is malfunctioning. If there is a .htaccess file in ext/ then remove it and see if it helps.


    On the other hand, this is what your shop is trying to load:

    • ext/jquery/jquery-1.8.0.min.js
    • ext/jquery/ui/jquery-ui-1.8.22.min.js 

    which are also not publicly available. Both your shop frontend and admin backend are trying to load different versions of the javascript libraries it requires.