API de permisos de PayPal - Establecer imagen de encabezado

The PayPal Express checkout API has a request parameter for setting a header image to be displayed as part of the checkout flow.

I am currently working on building out the Permissions API, and have noticed that my authentication screen does not display a header image. Browsing through the documentation, I do not see an option for setting this. Could someone please tell me how I can incorporate a header image in the PayPal Permissions API requestPermissions web flow?

Please see a screenshot of the permissions flow I am seeing here: http://i.stack.imgur.com/vrH77.png

preguntado el 27 de noviembre de 13 a las 02:11

1 Respuestas

Have you tried setting up Custom Payment Pages in your PayPal profile?

respondido 28 nov., 13:04

Yes I have, both banner and logo are set, and the custom payment page style is set as the primary page style. The previews for both classic and enhanced styles show the graphics. In the permissions flow, however, the header still does not populate. This is on a live business account. - PF_Peter

My samples are from the old permissions API, and it's apparently still using the old landing pages for things which still work when passing the header in the API request. They recently launched this new set of landing pages, though, and I know there are some things like banner headers not working with those. Can you include a screen shot of what you're getting. Maybe I can confirm that you are or aren't seeing the new pages. - dibujó angell

I edited the original post and provided a link. I'll continue digging through the API docs as well. I did not see an option for passing a header, but will keep looking. The ExpressCheckout "imgHdr" param did not work for me. Which param are you using to set a header? - PF_Peter

https:\//svcs.paypal.com/Permissions/GetPermissions - I am not specifying an API version, therefore per documentation should be latest - PF_Peter

Redirect URL is: https:\//www.paypal.com/cgi-bin/webscr?cmd=_grant-permission&request_token=<REQUEST_TOKEN> - PF_Peter

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