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why need 202-ecommerce api access to paypal

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why need 202-ecommerce (developer of standard paypal module) API access to my paypal account?

Is there any other paypal module available which is only connected with my shop domain and paypal, I dont want to give 202-ecommerce access to my paypal account via API.

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Can you elaborate on what you are talking about?  What do you mean you are giving them access to your paypal account?

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2 hours ago, bellini13 said:

Can you elaborate on what you are talking about?  What do you mean you are giving them access to your paypal account?

thanks, while paypal module activation process it shows / ask you to agree with grant API access to the 202-ecommerce company

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Then don't select the link in the module configuration page.  You can log into your own Paypal account to obtain the API keys and manually enter them into the module configuration page.

If that is too difficult for you to do, and you want to allow the module to complete the API setup automatically for you, then you need to grant the module access.

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yes,i found the same problem in paypal 4.1.1,but i can be work well

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