Support » Plugin: Currency per Product for WooCommerce » Regarding product price and checkout

  • n381

    (@n381)


    Hello, recently i’ve tried your plugin and was nice to have many configuration options. Still, after several setups i’ve tried, it doesn’t suit the need of shop i’m running and that is showing prices in 2 currencies(during country law requirement) and having the Woocommerce PayPal proceeding in the accepting currencies at their service APIs.
    The actual problem is, after set currencies and price value, the checkout page is malfunctioning even with displaying properly converted amount and currency, but resulting in error: UNPROCESSABLE_ENTITY – Should equal sum of (unit_amount * quantity) across all and another reporting problems that other users on the support threads at Woocommerce found as problem with PP Express system linking/requests passing formatted values.

    Plugin is enabling only following checkout/cart – Shop Behaviour Options:
    1-Show prices in different currencies (and set cart and checkout behaviour separately)
    2-Convert to shop default currency (including cart and checkout)

    Currently if i set price in the second currency at product level the checkout, by plugins settings, either went as the product value & currency (local currency not accepted at PayPal) or if i’ve set the conversions, than checkout displays properly(main store currency) albeit as converted checkout still doesn’t completes with some of the posted errors of non recognized formatted values(currency code,iso?) when sent to PP APIs.

    Can you suggest how to have:
    -product second pricing with a currency
    -checkout in the main Woocommerce currency, unchanged

    Thank you for any further efforts in helping,
    Regards, Nik

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  • Plugin Support priyankajagtap

    (@priyankajagtap)

    Hi @n381,

    Apologies for the inconvenience and for the late reply.

    I have gone through your reply but I did not understand the problem clearly. Can I please request you to more elaborate on the problem you are facing with our plugin? It would be great if you can share the screenshots of the plugin settings and also share the small video of the issue you are facing. This will help us to understand the problem clearly and we can assist you in a better way to solve the problem.

    Regards,
    Priyanka

    Thread Starter n381

    (@n381)

    Ok, to summarize,
    how to have product entries of second pricing/additional currency(‘1) (as plugin intent) while having a checkout in the main Woocommerce currency(different than ‘1), unchanged ?

    My Country of residence is requiring pricing publishing in national currency while Woocommerce and international payment processors for independent businesses are processing in the global markets currencies, on the other side of story is Google Wallet that recently introduced its mobile payments here in Balkans, only through national banking system in their partnering programs, while leaving out entire private online(website) payments for small businesses, so registered businesses can sell in-store to customers with activated Google Wallet(connected card accounts) while website orders are proceeding mostly via manual invoicing and bank transfers for the large majority of stores in country where i reside.
    So i’m trying to utilize online PayPal processor that is charging in different currency than i’m obliged by national internal trade law regulation.

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    Thread Starter n381

    (@n381)

    To update, regarding your request to preview the problem, the website in question is currently public so i’ve set some modification outside this plugin scope. Still want to participate if possible to sort this in best possible outcome.
    The plugin as i firstly said, is working providing second price in addon currency inputs, and also it is displaying the values, calculating on checkout, but on the final order submitting – the API call initiated results with an error of non-formatted value and that is because some of the sent data are containing currency format or iso currency code unknown to payment processor gateway.

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    Plugin Support priyankajagtap

    (@priyankajagtap)

    Hi @n381,

    First of all, apologies for the late reply to this. I thought I have replied to this already but now, I realized that I didn’t.

    I have checked your request with our development team. Currently, it is not possible to achieve your requirement with our plugin.

    Do let us know if you will have any other queries about our plugin.

    Regards,
    Priyanka

    Thread Starter n381

    (@n381)

    Thank you for the response.

    To add an explanation, as the submitted detailing could seems debugging issue, while after your response it could be actually a feature request.

    The task is to enable final checkout submission of a total sum in any of the addon currencies converted into PayPal accepted currency.

    Having that feature will empower websites doing business online in the countries with an existing legal requirement for retailers to collect payments in the national base currency only, so to repeat, the displayed pricing and checkout calculations could be in the local currency and the checkout in the one of the PayPal accepted currency.

    If you are willing to work on this i could provide website access for developing testing.

    Thank you, regards

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