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Hi there, I have recently tried to add login with paypal to our site (i believe its now called connect with paypal, although the code seems to still be discussed as its original name) I had to make a couple of updates with our oscom version - which is heavily customised - before I could even start. One of the main updates I made was to move the login page to the 'content' folder and appropriate admin page. I have then added the login to the paypal app. Now when trying to set it up we can the following error (regardless of sandbox or live) : "We're sorry This action isn't supported. Please return and report this error so that we can support it in the future. (invalid scope)" osc v2.3.4 paypal app v5.018 Questions: 1. I now have two configure windows in which i can add our Client ID, Secret PW and the information for the button, one in the paypal app and one in the content modules, The paypal log in button doesn't appear on the login page unless i have the content module active, and i'm pretty sure it's this one that is defining things like the button colour etc. Have I some how managed to get 2 modules trying to do the same thing?? If so, how do i get the paypal app version actually showing on the login page?! 2. I can't find too much information regarding the error message we are getting. From what I have read 'scope' means the variables you are setting that the customer must supply? I have read things about not having telephone number or seamless checkout checked, but having nothing but the minimum checked seems to make any difference. 2b. I have seen mention of having to request approval from paypal before you can get it working, but why would we need approval for the sandbox? The information isn't particularly clear on that, it depends what forum you look at. Hopefully that all made sense - thanks in advance
Received this yesterday: Important notice regarding your Login with PayPal integration. PayPal will make a change to the Identity API, an API that you use as part of your integration with Login with PayPal (now known as Connect with PayPal). Depending upon how your integration consumes the API, you may need to make changes by March 4, 2019, to continue using this service. As part of this change, we’ll no longer return several values in the API. You can use our API documentation and make the necessary changes to your integration. If you have any questions or concerns, feel free to contact us. Thanks, PayPal Merchant Services FAQ How can I easily identify what needs to be changed? You can follow the API documentation to see if your integration will continue to work with attributes available via the API. I’m not a developer and I don’t understand what needs to be changed. How can I get this fixed? Because your integration is specific to your solution, we suggest you contact your developer. If you need further assistance, you can find a developer through our PayPal Partner Solutions Directory. What will happen if I do not make these changes? There is no impact to your integration if it uses the attributes available in the API documentation. If not, your application may have to handle the changes to continue working.