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  • What is supposed to be entered in the “cancel url” setting for paypal plus?

    Entering the site url, which is done by default, returns a customer to the homepage … and then? Why dont you use the cancelation url provided by the woocommerce function get_cancel_order_url() or redirect to and endpoint from your api to process the token returned from paypal?

    A customer should be presented with an url like the one he would call from his account page to pay for an unpaid order:

    I searched the code to find a filter to implement this my own but there seems to be no such filter.

    Can you shed some light on this issue and your plans to enhance the payflow in case an order gets canceled by the customer?

    Kind regards


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  • Plugin Contributor angelleye


    Typically we recommend sending the user back to the cart page, or wherever it was they were when they left the site for PayPal, as the cancel URL.

    If you look at Express Checkout you’ll notice that we have a drop down which consists of all the pages setup in the WP site. This allows you to set what you want you want to use for the cancel URL a little more easily, and we’ll most likely be doing the same sort of thing here.

    That said, we may actually be moving PayPal Plus into a separate stand-alone plugin. We’re working to get 1.2.0 released and then we’ll be figuring that out for the follow ups to that.

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