December 4, 2014 at 10:33 pm 31860
|Nurul||Hi, I have installed and configured PayPal Adaptive Payments but every time I do a test order it says: "This transaction is invalid. Please return to the recipient's website and try again." I have Parallel Payments setup. My App was approved automatically. Status: Approved Automatically I have triple checked the App Username, App Password, App Signature, and the API APP ID. All of these are filled out correctly. We have a Verified Business PayPal Account. We have multiple sellers setup. (besides just the admin) So I'm baffled by what could be causing the problem. Any thoughts? We're excited to get our site up and rolling :)|
December 5, 2014 at 1:59 am 31870
Forgot to mention… My site is http://teachervibe.com/
December 5, 2014 at 9:09 am 31877
|Kim||This reply has been marked as private.|
December 5, 2014 at 9:13 am 31878
Huh… This is really strange.
I just tried one more test purchase before going to bed and PayPal Adaptive
Any thoughts on what happened?
December 5, 2014 at 9:32 am 31879
Hmmmmm. Looks like I spoke too soon 🙂
Something still isn’t right.
I have it setup to pay sellers 100%.
However… what happened was I accidentally put two of the same item in the ‘Cart’.
This is when the PayPal Adaptive finally went through without the error.
However… it split the payment between myself and the seller.
So something is still not right. It’s setup to give the seller 100%.
So not sure what I’m doing wrong.
December 5, 2014 at 10:02 am 31880
The sellers test account must use a registered PayPal sandbox email.
Are you shipping physical items or just selling lesson plans?
December 5, 2014 at 5:56 pm 31899
We’re testing it live so we’re not using the sandbox details.
The products are all digital.
December 5, 2014 at 6:05 pm 31900
None of our orders are working now through PayPal Adaptive Payments.
PayPal always goes to an error page:
“This transaction is invalid. Please return to the recipient’s website and try again.”
December 5, 2014 at 6:23 pm 31901
Please read this documentaion about Paypal adaptive payment- http://docs.wedevs.com/paypal-adaptive-payment-add-working/. Hope it will help you. If not, then please let me know. I am here to help you.
Thank you 🙂
December 5, 2014 at 6:25 pm 31902
I have read through all of the documentation multiple times. I’ve also scoured the forums trying to find a solution for days.
I’ve given my login details in a ‘private post’ above so please feel free to login and take a look.
I’ve double-checked ALL of the settings, documentation, etc… but something still isn’t right.
December 5, 2014 at 10:15 pm 31907
Paypal Adaptive works when I have it setup as an 80/20 split.
But I want to give sellers 100%.
December 5, 2014 at 11:06 pm 31909
I FINALLY found the solution 🙂
The plugin that is in the download area is not the latest version.
I found one that was updated about a week ago here:
Sekander Badsha provided an updated version there that fixes this problem.
So hopefully this version will soon be loaded into the main customer download area.
That way no one has to go through the 24-hours of digging and testing that I did 🙂
December 6, 2014 at 3:55 am 31916
Ok… so PayPal Adaptive Payments are now working. (Solution posted above.)
But there’s one other problem.
The PayPal checkout page for Adaptive Payments doesn’t give any information on
Here’s an example:
Can this be fixed??
Because if I were a buyer I would be confused by the one on the right.
It looks like there are other PayPal Parallel Payment Plugins that have more details on the PayPal Checkout Page. Ex. http://addons-modules.com/store/en/multiple-sellervendor/72-agile-prestashop-paypal-parallel-payment-module.html
December 6, 2014 at 4:10 am 31917
Also… I’m still sometimes getting a PayPal error because of the “sub-orders” that Dokan creates.
In my Woocommerce logs the error shows that there are too many receivers. When there are actually only 2 or 3 receivers. But because of the ‘sub-orders’ – it’s counting it as more.
We really need a few fixes here for this to be a usable plugin.
I LOVE what you guys are doing. But need a little help here.
December 6, 2014 at 12:12 pm 31924
The first issue you mentioned about product name vs seller name: this is a quite complex. Because there is option for either way. Either we can send the product data, but the receiver has to be one, or we have to send the seller names and the receiver can be more than 2.
The second issue you mentioned about sub orders: there should be n+1 numbers order. Like if you are buying 3 different product from 3 different seller, then there should be total 4 orders. If you get more than that on your log please let me know.
Thank you for time 🙂
December 6, 2014 at 6:50 pm 31935
I’m not sure how many receivers are being mentioned in the logs.
But it’s creating an error on PayPal’s side even with just items from
You can test it out at http://www.teachervibe.com
Here’s one of the errors we get in the WooCommerce log: Receiver PayPal accounts must be unique.
If you need our login details just let me know. We’ve changed it from above.