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faq:ecomm_paypal [2011/09/23 10:03]
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 A bare minimum example, using just a submit button would looks something like: A bare minimum example, using just a submit button would looks something like:
  
 +<code html>
    <​ww:​paypal_header>​    <​ww:​paypal_header>​
    <​input type="​submit"​ value="​Use Paypal"​ />    <​input type="​submit"​ value="​Use Paypal"​ />
    </​form>​    </​form>​
 +</​code>​
  
 When the user clicks this button, she will be taken to the Paypal web site and asked to submit their details in order to pay the amount that was provided by the Windward e-commerce system. Upon successfully completing the payment process, the Paypal site will send the user back to the Windward e-commerce system. When WECS gets this request, it will ask Paypal to confirm the transaction. This is done behind the scenes, and is just a validation check to ensure that the transaction completed successfully. The site administrator will need to manually reconcile this order against their Paypal account to ensure. When the user clicks this button, she will be taken to the Paypal web site and asked to submit their details in order to pay the amount that was provided by the Windward e-commerce system. Upon successfully completing the payment process, the Paypal site will send the user back to the Windward e-commerce system. When WECS gets this request, it will ask Paypal to confirm the transaction. This is done behind the scenes, and is just a validation check to ensure that the transaction completed successfully. The site administrator will need to manually reconcile this order against their Paypal account to ensure.
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