Guest Posted October 3, 2002 Share Posted October 3, 2002 I see that the IPN Result is INVALID, however payment status is Completed, which would explain that we got this far but no further. The next question I guess is what's next. The posibilities are: 1) IPN_Result=VERIFIED payment_status=Completed 2) IPN_Result=VERIFIED payment_status=Pending 3) IPN_Result=VERIFIED payment_status=Failed 4) IPN_Result=VERIFIED payment_status=Denied 5) IPN_Result=INVALID payment_status=Completed You have the number 5, so it does not matter that the payment_status is (it always be COMPLETED), because ALL the transaction is INVALID. Also, the Num_Cart_Items field says 0... is this PayPal returning this or is it OSC checking that the cart has been emptied? Num_Cart_Items appears always as 0, because it has not relation with the items numbers of the order. Invoice field also appears empty because it neither has relation with the order. Those are just PayPal fields, that the module is not using. The IPN Result is INVALID yet Payment Status is COMPLETE. The text if you do hit the continue gives a "Your payment failed" notice, which is actually untrue. The payment does work, it is the checkout that failed. The "Your payment has failed" notice is TRUE. All the transaction has worked(I mean, the payment module has worked fine, it has received the notification from PayPal)... but the payment has received an status of INVALID from PayPal, so the user should receive a notice telling him that his payment has failed. Also, is there a way to add the no_shipping=1. I am pretty sure I could add this, but do you know if it is not an acceptable field? I don't want PayPal to ask for shipping when I already have in the checkout process By now, you should left the shipping as it is. The script sends the order_amount and the shipping_amount separated, so PayPal manages the shipping. In a future release of the module, you will be able to choice between send the shipping_amount included in the order_amount, or keep them separated. I hope it helps! Best regards Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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