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I'm starting testing the Paypal payment cicle. After setting both paypal forms with the following data:

Then I created a New Contribution Page, setting "Paypal" as processor and unchecked the "Use a confirmation page" flag.

So, when i test the payment on the Contribution Page,

  • I'm redirected in the Paypal page and I proceed entering my Credit Card data
  • I'm unexpectedly ("Use a confirmation page" flag was unchecked!) returned on a new Civicrm Page. From here i press the [Make a contribution] button
  • the following URL "http://opigi.net/modimp/civicrm/index.php?q=civicrm/contribute/transact" is called with the content "The page you are looking for is temporarily unavailable. Please try again later."

I called the Paypal call-center, they told me that the firs part of the operation is correctly terminate, but the page civicrm page where the DoExpressCheckoutPayment is not reached.

Any help will be appreciated. Thanks

15:21: After some other test, done comparing my test site with a production site, I discovered how in the sites\all\modules\civicrm\CRM\Core\Payment\PayPalImpl.php:

  • in my local test, where the flow ends correctly, the API GetExpressCheckoutDetails is called two times and finally also the API DoExpressCheckoutPayment
  • in my production site after the first GetExpressCheckoutDetails call, I get the error "The page you are looking for is temporarily unavailable ..."
  • Hi Marcello - can you confirm what version of civi you are using and whether you also have the pay later option enabled and/or if you have more than one payment processor enabled on the page? – Tamar Meir - Cividesk Oct 12 '16 at 15:07
  • Hi Meir. I have 4.7 Drupal Civi installed, no other processor on and the pay later option is off. Thanks – marcello Oct 13 '16 at 13:49
  • Hi, the name is actually Tamar :-), but from your response, it looks like I am at a loss to help you any further - my apologies. – Tamar Meir - Cividesk Oct 13 '16 at 16:05

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