Checkout Experience

Important:

PayPal for Partners is a limited-release solution for select partners for approved use cases. Documentation is available for two versions of the solution:

  • Version 1: Use for integrations before February 2019.
  • Version 2: Use for integrations after February 2019, and all new integrations.

For more information, reach out to your PayPal account manager.

Create a Checkout button to set up and execute a payment inside your checkout flow. This gives your buyers a simplified and secure checkout experience that keeps them local to your website or mobile app throughout the payment process. You will use the checkout.js JavaScript code to enable the payment button. This code always keeps you current with the latest button styles and payment features.

Tip: Try the Payment Processing demos. At the end of the demos, you can view the API History to see request calls and responses.

How it works

The following diagram shows you how a payment button that uses the server integration method works with the PayPal REST API to set up and execute payments.

How the PayPal Checkout integration works
  1. Copy and add the PayPal Checkout button code to your site.
  2. A buyer clicks the button.
  3. The button calls the PayPal Orders API to set up the payment and get a payment ID.
  4. The button launches the PayPal Checkout flow.
  5. Your buyer clicks the Pay Now button in the Checkout flow.
  6. The Pay Now button calls the PayPal Orders API to capture the payment.
  7. You show a receipt page to your buyer.

Important: Currently, PayPal for Partners supports the use of a PayPal button only. Venmo and PayPal Credit options are not available.

Note: This version of PayPal for Partners requires completion of account setup by your account manager before you can test in sandbox. Use prior to account set up results in the HTTP status code of 401 Unauthorized.

Next

Create a Checkout Button.

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