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Build a Customized Connect with PayPal Button Broken

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Build a Customized Connect with PayPal Button Broken

Since yesterday's update from "Login with PayPal" to "Connect with PayPal", the created button/link from the button customization form (https://developer.paypal.com/docs/integration/direct/identity/button-js-builder/) opens a mini-window with a 404. Previously, the mini-window would open and show the PayPal login view. Is anyone else seeing the same issue? In terms of the form, I've only filled out: Application ID, chose sanbox for auth end point and the return URL. The form worked correctly for the old "Login with PayPal" version.

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Re: Build a Customized Connect with PayPal Button Broken

To add to this, if we go to the old "Login with PayPal" button form (https://developer.paypal.com/docs/integration/direct/identity/button-js-builder-v1/) and fill out the form, it does produce a button that opens a mini-window showing PayPal's login form. However, the redirect URL (entered in the create button form) actually opens in the mini-browser after successful login! After a successful login, the mini-browser should close and the redirection should take place in the main browser?

Moderator

Re: Build a Customized Connect with PayPal Button Broken

Hi @huangc10

 

I'm checking with our teams on this issue, I'll follow up as soon as I get an update. Thanks for calling this out.


Christina 

Moderator

Re: Build a Customized Connect with PayPal Button Broken

Hi @huangc10

 

Our teams are aware of this issue and are actively working to fix. I'll reply back once I have a timeline of when we can expect this to be fixed.


Thanks,
Christina 

Moderator

Re: Build a Customized Connect with PayPal Button Broken

@huangc10

 

With regards to this: 


@huangc10 wrote:

To add to this, if we go to the old "Login with PayPal" button form (https://developer.paypal.com/docs/integration/direct/identity/button-js-builder-v1/) and fill out the form, it does produce a button that opens a mini-window showing PayPal's login form. However, the redirect URL (entered in the create button form) actually opens in the mini-browser after successful login! After a successful login, the mini-browser should close and the redirection should take place in the main browser?


Can you please do the following:

 

  1. Submit a ticket to Technical Support including the following:
    1. Reference the issue above
    2. Provide the return URL and the Client ID you are using
  2. Post your ticket number here 

This will help our teams to better troubleshoot the issue you are facing. 

Thanks,

Christina