1. Creating PayPal App
To create a PayPal app, please go to this link https://developer.paypal.com/developer/applications
Next, click on My Apps & Credentials
then scroll down to Rest API apps section.
Click Create App button -> Complete all settings there
Finally, click Create App button.
1.1: Sandbox App
Once you have clicked on Create App button, PayPal will generate a sandbox account immediately. It will look like this
Now, log into your site -> From the admin sidebar, click on Wiloke Submission -> PayPal Settings -> PayPal Sandbox
1.2. Live App
To create a Live app, please switch to Live mode
Because PayPal requires a Business account, so if your account is a Personal account, please upgrade to Business account before continuing the next steps How do I upgrade my PayPal Personal Account to a Business Account?
Similar to Sandbox app, PayPal will generate a Client ID and a Secret is taken immediately for you.
To set up the Live App in Wilcity, from the admin sidebar, click on Wiloke Submission -> PayPal Settings -> PayPal live.
2. Setup PayPal Webhook
Webhooks are HTTP callbacks that receive notification messages for events. In Wilcity, Webhooks is very important. For example: When your customer decides to Cancel his/her Subscription, they PayPal will send a message to your site,Wilcity will catch this message, check the customer account and disable their Submission permission. Or when an automatic payment has proceeded, PayPal will send a message to announce about that,Wilcity will catch this message and auto-generate an invoice.
To setup the PayPal Webhook for your App, please click on Add Webhook button
Note that PayPal requires a https protocol instead of http protocol, it means that you have to activate SSL for your site. But don’t worry, because we have https://letsencrypt.org/ and it’s free.
Event Types setting:
Make sure that these settings are checked:
Finally, click Save button to complete your configuration.