• Resolved sk15

    (@sk15)


    Hi

    I am using Stripe with the legacy api connection. This was working fine with version 2.6.3.
    However after updating to version 2.6.4 none of the recurring subscription payments were being processed.

    The webhook set in Stripe was getting Internal Server Error 500.

    I had to switch back to version 2.6.3 to get the recurring payments to work again.

    Is there going to be any fix for this?

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  • Plugin Contributor David Parker

    (@dlparker1005)

    Hi @sk15,

    In the PMPro 2.6.4 update, we added functionality to the Stripe webhook handler to send Stripe a 200 OK response immediately when we receive the webhook instead of after the webhook was processed. We made this change to avoid webhook timeout errors that a few users were seeing in Stripe. I believe that this update may be the cause of the issue that you are seeing.

    We are currently working on a fix for this issue that should be released in the next few days, but in the meantime, you should be able to disable this new functionality and keep the old behavior by adding the following code recipe to your site:
    https://gist.github.com/dparker1005/65d377b4580c4ca896cbff43a9128129

    You can add this code recipe to your site by creating a custom plugin or using the Code Snippets plugin available for free in the WordPress repository. Read this companion article for step-by-step directions on either method.

    vanderbd

    (@vanderbd)

    I’m having complications due to this issue as well. I’ve used the recipe to temporarily disable. Was this issue fixed in the 2.6.5 update?

    Plugin Contributor David Parker

    (@dlparker1005)

    Hi @vanderbd,

    Yes, this issue should have been fixed in the v2.6.5 update and the code recipe should now be able to be safely removed.

    Thanks @dlparker1005 !

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