Using the PayPal Shipment Tracking Widget
Built in Tracking Fields
- If you are using the built-in PayPal Shipment Tracking widget for field mapping, you will see the widget available on any WooCommerce order with a supported PayPal gateway.
- Simply fill in the details, and push the Send Tracking to PayPal button.
- The shipment tracking number details will then be available inside the PayPal transaction details.
3rd Party Shipping Plugin
- As covered in the Setup Guide, if you are using a 3rd party shipping plugin, you will map the fields from your shipping plugin to the PayPal Shipment Tracking fields.
- With the fields accordingly, the PayPal Shipment Tracking widget on the WooCommerce order screen will provide the button for sending that individual order tracking to PayPal.
Troubleshooting / Debugging
- From the Advanced settings, check the box to Enable Logging.
- When tracking numbers are sent from WooCommerce to PayPal, the API request/response logs will be saved at the path provided.
- These logs are also available under WooCommerce -> Status -> Logs.
- From the Advanced settings, check the box to Delete all plugin data when the plugin is deleted form WordPress.
- This is useful to remove all database configuration settings if you know you will no longer need them.
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