lgayle Posted September 3, 2009 Share Posted September 3, 2009 Michelle,The error message says that php is trying to access something from a database. This has absolutely nothing to do with the PayPal WPP module itself. Do you have a table called "sources" in your database? It is not part of a standard osC shop. I can only guess where the problem might lie, but it may have something to do with step 11 of the installation instructions, as this is where the code to handle "action=express_checkout" is added. Either that, or it is an interaction with the contribution that adds the "sources" table, which sounds like some sort of ad tracking tool. What other contributions have you installed in your shop? --Glen Yes I did install the ad tracking module to this website Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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