Anita Posted March 18, 2005 Share Posted March 18, 2005 Hi Gregory, :P Thanks for your reply. My problem is fixed. According to your provided configuration guide, the value of "Ruturn URL Behaviour" must set to 1 (=GET) in Admin>Module>Payment>Paypal. Return URL behaviorThis determines what method PayPal should use when returning the customer back to the store, leave this set to 1 (GET). If i use this option (GET) , it will cause my below problem that the previous cart content cannnot be reset and will go back to "what's in my cart" page again with the message of "Your Shopping Cart is Empty" once i press the "confirm order" button. If i changed the option to 2 (POST), the problem is fixed. So, I don't know why i cannot use (GET) for the process in my shop. I have another problem that but i am not sure is it related/compatiable to IPN. If i buy a GV paid by Paypal IPN, i found that the " Order Number" is always equal to Zero on "Gift Voucher Release Queue" in Admin. I cannot confirm that the Order No. of GV can be sucessfully stored in GV_queue database if use IPN. While, if it is paid by other payment method is OK. Anyway, many thanks to your support. :P Rds, Anita QUOTE(Anita @ Mar 17 2005, 08:25 PM)Anita, thanks for the feedback, however I have not noticed such behaviour, for example when PayPal returns me to the store and the cart contents are cleared, in fact they are forced to be cleared regardless of whether the IPN has been received or not. You did mention that when you click the confirm button that the cart contents where emptied, this can happen, since a very last minute check is made to see if the IPN has been received. But this same check occurs on every page load via the catalog/includes/application_top.php, this is because the customer (after paying) could return to the site by an unexpected route, i.e. instead of letting paypal return them to the site, they for example closed the browser window and then opened a new window and came back to the site. I also checked the update of the cart thing, and that looked ok too... I've only checked (specifically looked for the above) so I may of overlooked something, but I've also done quite a few tests in the last day or so.... could there be a problem with your installation ? I'll check again though.... Anita Posted Today, 09:25 AM I proved that the new version of IPN cart (3.1.X) cannot reset the pervious finsihed transcation product's content stored in shopping_cart.php if completed the transcation by paypal IPN. Even if you are logout and login the customer account again, all pervious products which paid by paypal are still stored in "what's in my cart" page. If you click the "update cart" button for removing the old products and continue the process to confirm order for the new one, as a result it will go back to "what's in my cart" page again with the message of "Your Shopping Cart is Empty" once you press the "confirm order" button. On the other hand for verify, if i first time paid for my selected product by "money/check" Order method , the first product cannot be found in cart content for second time process. It seemed to be only happened in paypal IPN only. If i fall back to IPN Cart 3.0a, whole the transcation process is OK. Rds, Anita. ****************************************************************** QUOTE(Anita @ Mar 17 2005, 11:30 PM) Hi , I just upgraded the Paypal IPN cart from 3.0a to 3.1.2, but i found an abnormal behaviour during checkout. I tried to buy a product via PayPal IPN at first time successfully. If i continue to buy second product , after product selected , i found that not only the second product but also the pervious bought and paid product still show in my cart content. Thus, i click the box to remove the first pervious product and update the cart content again and then continue to confirm the order. After i press the confirm button, it will go back to "Cart Content" page but not go to PayPal and also the cart is "empty". I tested that once the "update cart" has pressed, such abnornmal behaviour will happen. Anyone have this problem? Thanks, Anita. Quote Welcome to vist my Site: Anita. Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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