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  • wolulcmit 357 posts 693 karma points
    Jul 09, 2014 @ 11:14
    wolulcmit
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    Paypal seller protection, default paypal provider

    Hi there,

    does anyone know if the default paypal provider sends through the shipping address to paypal?
    I'm using version 2.6 and it doesnt seem to do this, so am thinking to upgrade to 3.6.x so that I can use the newer Paypal express provider. Does the paypal express provider pass through the shipping address to paypal?

    just want to know for certain so that my efforts in making the upgrade aren't futile.

    thanks!

    - Tim

  • Morten Skjoldager 436 posts 1492 karma points
    Jul 14, 2014 @ 15:43
    Morten Skjoldager
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    Hi Paypal express does support shipping address.

  • wolulcmit 357 posts 693 karma points
    Jul 14, 2014 @ 16:14
    wolulcmit
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    Hi Morten, pretty sad news.... but thanks!

  • wolulcmit 357 posts 693 karma points
    Jul 14, 2014 @ 16:15
    wolulcmit
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    out of curiosity does the standard paypal provider support shipping address (i.e the old one)?

  • Morten Skjoldager 436 posts 1492 karma points
    Jul 15, 2014 @ 10:14
    Morten Skjoldager
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    Hi, 

    Yes. And so does Paypal express. Did you miss read my comment ;) ? 

     

  • wolulcmit 357 posts 693 karma points
    Jul 15, 2014 @ 11:29
    wolulcmit
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    Oh, indeed I did misread! that's a relief.
    from this thread http://our.umbraco.org/projects/website-utilities/ucommerce/ucommerce-support/38039-Payment-provider-for-PayPal-Express-Checkout
    I'd talked myself out of the possibility of it being do-able out of the box.

    any idea how to set either of these up?
    Whenever I send through a transaction sandbox or live the delivery/shipping address is blank... and I can't find any documentation on the subject.

    - Tim

  • Martin 181 posts 740 karma points
    Jul 15, 2014 @ 14:17
    Martin
    1

    Hi Morten,

    I actually took a look some days ago at the PageBuilder for PayPal (StandardPayPalPageBuilder as I recall with Resharper), and I could not find the fields required to activate the seller protection so I assumed it was not "just" activating it through configuration. According to Paypal you need address fields but I could not se them? (Perhaps I need glasses....)

    (Sorry for moving cross thread with this)

    Best regards
    Martin 

  • wolulcmit 357 posts 693 karma points
    Jul 22, 2014 @ 12:42
    wolulcmit
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    Bump,

    Like Martin I'm curious how seller protection is handled/activated.

    any more info on this?

    - Tim

  • Jesper Nielsen 141 posts 497 karma points
    Sep 16, 2014 @ 10:28
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    For PayPalExpress, the address fields are added in the RequestPayment() method of PayPalExpressPaymentMethodService.

    For standard PayPal, the address is not added. :-(

    To add it, you need to override the GetParameters method in the PayPalWebSitePaymentsStandardPageBuilder class.

    Sorry for the confusion.

    Re: Seller protection.
    The documentation I have seen, seems to indicate that you need to contact PayPal to activate it.
    PayPal will then validate the address data to be correct, before authorizing the payment. 

    Kind regards,
    Jesper

  • wolulcmit 357 posts 693 karma points
    Sep 17, 2014 @ 16:15
    wolulcmit
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    Hi Jesper, thanks.

    So using PayPalExpress, are there any examples of how to do this?
    a razor code example of adding the address fields using the RequestPayment() method you're describing above would be very helpful.

    I'm guessing I would be out of luck that there would be an extension to do the same from xslt.

    - Tim

  • Morten Skjoldager 436 posts 1492 karma points
    Sep 19, 2014 @ 09:23
    Morten Skjoldager
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    Hi Wolulcmit,

    You need to read this article to achieve that:

    http://docs.ucommerce.net/ucommerce/v6/extending-ucommerce/override-default-behavior-in-the-api.html

    The paymentmethod service in this case is the "default behavior" you want to override (if you wish to add addresses for the standard paypal payment method service). 

    So this cannot be achieved using razor or XSLT. 

    Hope that helps. 

    Regards

    Morten

     

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