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What do you mean by there is something wrong? Is PayPal not accepting the credentials, is it blocking the IP, is the plugin not sending all required PayPal details?
I have copy-pasted the credentials from PayPal and made sure that I didn’t miss out any characters or added any spaces, so you they are 100% correct.
Yes, I have done some customization on the front end part where you add a product. This is mainly to integrate the Woocommerce Simple Actions plugin. The role customer was renamed to venue profile, and the role seller was renamed to regular profile.
I have tested with PayPal sandbox before adding the adaptive payments plugin, and the checkout worked. I have not done any customization on the adaptive plugin.
Yes, go ahead.
It’s already been a week, is there any progress with the issue?
You told me that PayPal Adaptive was not enabled, but it was. This is how I get the PayPal error. Can you please do a test order and see for yourself.
The payment method was enabled before, hence the paypal error. I still get the error when I am redirected to paypal. You can also try checking out with any details just to get to the paypal page
I have made sure that the sellers have a valid paypal account. That is not the issue. I can give you admin access for you to check the issue.
I don’t think you understood me: I already have a basic pack which is free. My question is how can I activate a non-free pack for a user through the admin, without the user having to pay?
I have managed to do this myself. This is how I did it:
Inside the file classes/template-shortcodes.php around line 145 just after
I have added the following code
I hope this helps the other people trying to do this.
Thanks, this worked