WooCommerce Marketplace PayPal Adaptive Payment plugin will split the payment among seller and admin dynamically. This module will work accurately with PayPal Parallel and Chained payment method.
Important Note: Adaptive Payments is now a limited release product. It is restricted to select partners for approved use cases and should not be used for new integrations without guidance from PayPal. You can check it on Paypal
WordPress WooCommerce Marketplace PayPal Adaptive Plugin is an add-on of WordPress WooCommerce Multi Vendor Marketplace Plugin. To use this plugin you must have installed first WordPress WooCommerce Multi Vendor Marketplace Plugin.
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- Payment is Split among the Admin and the Seller dynamically.
- Admin will get the Commission based on Sellers.
- Multiple Seller Support.
The user can easily install the plugin after he has purchased it. The user will get a zip file which he has to upload in the add new plugins menu option in the WordPress admin panel. You will navigate through Plugins->Add New and click the “Add New” menu option as per the snapshot below.
Now when the plugin is installed correctly, you will see the success message and an option to activate the plugin. That is all for the installation part of the WooCommerce Marketplace PayPal Adaptive Payment.
After the installation, the admin will configure the WooCommerce Per product Shipping by navigating through WooCommerce -> Settings -> Checkout -> Adaptive PayPal. Here the admin will make the different configuration settings for the module.
Let’s go through each of the settings for the module in the backend –
Enable/Disable – Admin can enable or disable the module from here.
Title – Admin can enter the title for the payment method that is visible at the checkout page.
Description – Enter the description which is visible at the checkout page.
Payment Mode – Select the payment mode as Chained payment instantly or Parallel payment only.
PayPal Email – Enter your PayPal Id which will be used to accept the payments.
PayPal Sandbox – Check this option to allow test payments.
PayPal Debug – Check this option to Enable logging.
Shipping Details – Check this option to send shipping details to PayPal instead of billing.
Address Override – Enable this option to prevent address information from being changed.
Receiver Email – Input your main receiver email for your PayPal account here. This is used to validate the IPN requests.
Invoice prefix – Enter the Prefix for the Invoice numbers.
Payment Action – Choose whether you want to Capture funds immediately or Authorize the payment only.
Page Style – Enter the name of the Page style you want to use.
PayPal Identity Token – Enter the PayPal Identity token that will allow payments to be verified without the need of PayPal IPN.
API User Name – Enter the API User-Name credentials from the PayPal.
API Password – Enter the API Password credentials from the PayPal.
API Signature – Enter the API Signature credentials from the PayPal.
Sellers will login into their seller account panel and then go to the My profile account menu. Now on My profile page click the edit button.
After clicking the edit button go to the Payment tab. Here the seller will enter his PayPal Id for receiving payments through the PayPal as shown below in the snapshot.
Now, when the customer adds the product to the cart and goes for the checkout, he will see the Adaptive PayPal payment method on the checkout page. Now, the customer can easily select the payment method and can click “Proceed To Adaptive PayPal” button to get redirected to the PayPal payment gateway to complete their payment for the product.
If the admin has set the payment mode as Chained then, after clicking the “Proceed to Adaptive PayPal” button, the customer will be redirected to the PayPal Payment gateway. Here the customer will input his PayPal credentials to log in first and then make the payment for the purchase.
In the case of Parallel Instant Payment mode, it can be seen the payment is split amongst the admin and the seller.
That’s all for the WordPress WooCommerce Marketplace PayPal Adaptive Payment Pluginm still have any issue feel free to add a ticket and let us know your views to make the module better at webkul.uvdesk.com or mail us at email@example.com
Current Product Version - 2.0.0
Supported Framework Version - WooCommerce 3.0.x, WooCommerce 3.1.x