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Ken West, I guess your cron job 'Clean-up Temporary Data and Files' must be running when your site is busy. The session key is not an usual error. CiviCRM stores sessions variables into its database int the form of cache. When 'Clean-up Temporary Data and Files' schedule job is executed or CiviCRM cache is cleared manually the cache table is truncated. So ...


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From my experience, PayPal Express and PayPal Payments Pro have always conflicted with Civi. PayPal Standard works fine for both recurring and one-time payments, but the other two options do not work for recurring payments. My organization went back and forth with PayPal over this issue for months. Then we tried to fix it on our end with zero positive ...


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You would need to reach out to Paypal and Stripe directly to ask them about how to initiate the process of transferring your recurring giving. I would suggest inventorying your existing recurring records in Paypal first, to see how complex the data is; in a recent transition to Stripe, we encountered some challenges with constituents who had multiple ...


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Having reviewed this I believe that your Paypal is possibly configured to point to an older version of the IPN path. You can change this yourself within your Paypal account, the docs I can see suggest: To configure Instant Payments Notification (IPN) for your PayPal account Click: Profile, under Selling preferences click "Instant Payment Notification ...


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As far as i know, Paypal Standard doesn't support cancellation of recurring payment from within CiviCRM. You need to cancel it from your Paypal account. If you want to have this ability, you need to either upgrade to Paypal Pro or find a payment processor that support it. Although I can't find a documentation that clearly state if the payment processor ...


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I encountered this bug myself last week and fixed it; I forgot about this post until @herb posted a comment on it. The fix will be in CiviCRM 5.25+, but the bug is logged as https://lab.civicrm.org/dev/financial/issues/119, and the fix is incredibly simple to apply.


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Test this patch to see if it fixes your problem? https://github.com/civicrm/civicrm-core/pull/14407


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@Bobs thanks - I found out that only for upgraded Account Paypal Pro works - I did manage to change to Paypal standard and it works - Thanks


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Only PayPal can tell you the reasons for an account limitation and the steps required to resolve it. PCI stands for "Payment Card Industry", and is a standards body that Visa and MasterCard and other payment card providers are part of. They created a set of standards that merchants must meet to be compliant. PayPal does not validate, and is not responsible ...


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You need to install Omnipay extension to use Paypal checkout payment processor.


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Although I have no experience with PayPal I would expect that the payment processor makes sure the payment details get passed on, AFAIK there is no API for credit card details nor is it required! Perhaps this might give you some clues: https://docs.civicrm.org/dev/en/latest/extensions/payment-processors/


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Website payments pro wasn't active on the account and thus always returned the above error.


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Removing the button is against the PayPal TOU...but I have an extension that does it anyway. Install Hide PayPal Express Checkout and call it a day. Actually...I wrote this a LONG time ago for a client that doesn't use event pages. It should work on contribution pages but might need some tweaking for event pages.


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Looks like we may have a solution – https://civicrm.org/blog/eileen/announcing-paypal-checkout


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