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How do I integrate PayPal Advanced with Angell EYE for WooCommerce?

Disclaimer: This integration requires you to download and install a payment module before proceeding. You should also back up your site to ensure a safe recovery path in case installation issues arise. PayPal strongly recommends that a qualified network or systems admin install the module, to protect against site instability or other adverse impacts.

Angell EYE is a free module for WooCommerce that supports Express Checkout, PayPal Payments Pro, and PayPal Payflow Pro. This module must be installed in your WooCommerce store before you integrate your PayPal Payflow Pro payment solution, and is available as a plugin application.

Configure your PayPal Manager settings

Here's how:
  1. Log in to your PayPal Manager account.
  2. Click Service Settings.
  3. Click Set Up.
  4. Select LIVE in Transaction Process Mode under Choose your settings.
  5. Enter your Secure URL in Enter Error URL under Display Options on Payment Page.
  6. Select the two checkboxes for CSC under Billing Information.
  7. Select On my website and enter your Secure URL in Enter Return URL.
  8. Set the Return URL Method to POST.
  9. Scroll to Security Options and set the following:
    • AVS - Set to NO.
    • CSC - Set to NO.
    • ENABLE SECURE TOKEN - Set to YES.
  10. Click Save Changes.
  11. Click Customize.
  12. Select Layout C then click Save and Publish.
  13. Click Set Up again.
  14. Remove the Secure URL in Enter secure URL under Display Options on Payment Page.
  15. Scroll down further to the Payment Confirmation section and remove your Secure URL from Enter Return URL.
  16. Click Save Changes.

Integrate Angell EYE with PayPal REST

Here's how:
  1. Log in to your WooCommerce admin panel.
  2. Select WooCommerce > Settings.
  3. On the Settings dialog select Checkout > PayPal Advanced.
  4. Complete the following tasks to cover the minimum requirements for PayPal Advanced integration.
    • Enable/Disable - Check the Enable PayPal Advanced box.
    • Title - Set the Title as you want it to appear to buyers for this payment method.
    • Description - Enter an Extended Description in the Description field, or keep the default value.
    • Merchant Login - Enter your PayPal Manager vendor name.
    • Partner - Enter your PayPal Manager partner name.
    • User - Enter your PayPal Manager user ID.
    • Password - Enter your PayPal Manager user password.
      Note: See How do I create a secondary user in PayPal Manager?
    • Transaction Type - Select your preferred Transaction type.
    • Layout - Select Layout C.
  5. Review additional options not covered in the previous steps.
  6. Click Save changes.
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