I am working on a project on ionic using the flutterwave-angular-v3 SDK. I am wondering if it is possible to return value back on success (callback) or failure(onclose). I cannot redirect to a different page since the payment code is placed inside a service and redirecting to a different page is not possible on ionic (as to my knowledge). If it is possible to return value back to the calling field, can I know how it can be implemented? Going by the example here https://www.npmjs.com/package/flutterwave-angular-v3 Thank you
Posted by Cito 4 months ago
Posted by Uche Iwehee 4 months ago
Hi! I'm setting up flutterwave for webapp i'm currently working on. On https://developer.flutterwave.com/, it's can be seen there are two different versions of the api: v2 and v3. I began development with version v2 api with the official nodejs package(https://github.com/Flutterwave/ravepay-nodejs), everything works fine. I never paid attention to v3 until when i saw that Cornelius was working on the official package for v3. I decided to try it, it's was great until i was met with this "Merchant is not enabled for Rave v3" error message when i was testing out payment in my localhost using my production keys to see how it'll work. Then i decided to visit this developer forum and came across this post(https://developer.flutterwave.com/discuss/5f11eb2734ff0001d29089ba) where i found out that PCI DSS compliance certificates were needed in order to use v3 in production. I gave uninstalled the package and gave up on it. One difference i saw when going through the source code of the two packages was that when using the package for v2, requests when directly sent to a flutterwave backend on aws, whereas when using package for v3, we are interacting directly with flutterwave's v3 api. Today, i was browsing the forum again after so long and came across this https://developer.flutterwave.com/discuss/5f4e6131236a9f0042871eba where Cornelius replied to the initial question. In his reply, he also made mention of "We would recommend that you migrate to v3 as v2 APIs will be depreciated soon." So my questions are: - What is the difference between the between the two versions? - Which one are we advised to use without any hassle? - Since according to Cornelius comment https://developer.flutterwave.com/discuss/5f4e6131236a9f0042871eba and v3 requires PCI DSS compliance certificates for production usage, what will happen to previously v2 users when they migrate to v3 after v2 gets deprecated ? Thank you and sorry for the long post.
Posted by Stephane 4 months ago
Guys, please help me here. The integration was working well until today 5/9/2020 in the morning when the payment modal started throwing the error "Payment details mismatch. Please contact support" This is a wordpress E-commerce website and error occurs when a customer is Paying using M-PESA
Posted by Alex Mwailu 4 months ago
Hello Team, Please help me. I added nodejs SDK into my website and try to make payment using the card method for Kenya country [KES] but that payment gets failed with all cards. I tried with 3 different cards but no success. And when I tried with Mpesa so payment gets success. Please help me with what mistake I did or do I need to do some settings inside the dashboard. There is no support in the dashboard of Flutterwave which is the worst thing. They don't care about the customer. Can anyone help me or do I need to move for any other payment gateway ??? Please help!!! Thanks, Amit
Posted by Amit Sharma 4 months ago
I was going through the documentation and I notice no UI for Cordova or nodeJS, unlike android. Some time ago when I was implementing the payment gateway on my web app I saw documentation for ionic. I was wondering does flutter wave don't support ionic apps or don't have UI for Cordova? Thank you
Posted by cito 4 months ago
this message always coming when my clients try to pay thru Paymentlink, I also tried to make a test payment from my own visa card, the same message is coming, how to solve this, and do i need to do anything in my Flutter wave or Woocommerce setting?
Posted by Sam 4 months ago
Hello, I'm trying to call the /payments endpoint from my localhost, but I get Network error regarding CORS. I added the 'Access-Control-Allow-Origin': '*' to my request header, but it makes no difference. I'd be grateful if I got a swift response. Thank you.
Posted by Oluyinka Oluwatimilehin 4 months ago
I am trying to evaluate if Flutterwave will be good for my escrow startup where we will need to do refunds. There maybe time when we need to refund an amount sans the commission. Is there a way to specify the amount instead of the full amount?
Posted by Byteview Systems 4 months ago