PayPal information

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  • #7365 Reply

    Hi Stephen,

    I haven’t used the plugin for payments yet, so I thought I’d ask this here (better late than never).

    When the punter buys a ticket and pays via PayPal, is there some unique identifier that is passed to PP to indicate which event they’re paying for?

    I ask because with the other parallel system we’re using (Jotform – generic form gozza), the payment at the PP end always just appears as “Shopping cart”, and although the punter’s name & email address may be detailed, if they’re attending more than one event, it’s not entirely clear which one they’ve paid for (to the money handlers, I mean).

    Sorry if this isn’t too clear. Basically what I’m trying to do is have the information easily identified in PP.

    Sue
    #7383 Reply

    Hi Sue,

    Yes it does. But PayPal doesn’t display this information prominently. If you click to the view the details of a transaction and look for the ‘custom’ key, you should see booking_id=XXX.

    The booking admin table also displays the PayPal transaction ID.

    Stephen Harris
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