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9/2/2013 9:29 PM
I have question using PayPal payments.  We are trying to reconcile our PayPal report with the store reports and we are finding the PayPal reports do not contain the cart order id.  For example in the PayPal report there is a column called 'Item Title' which contains the words 'shopping cart'.  There is also another column named ItemID which is blank.  We were wondering if the cart could be updated to send the CartViper orderID generated to save in the PayPal ItemID field.  Or is this not the right direction to take.  Any help is greatly appreciated.

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9/3/2013 1:57 PM

Which of the different Paypal gateways are you using in your store? It would make sense to have the OrderId recorded in Paypal. If you let me know the answer to this question then I'll look into it for you.


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