1. Arturo Jasso
  2. PowerServer Mobile
  3. Friday, 07 June 2019

Hello, Good day, I am using the object eon_mobile_paymentex to make payments through paypal, the detail is, at the time of making the payment, it already does it and it is reflected in the paypal monitors, but on the part of the events of the object, nothing returns to me, the events oe_paymentok, oe_paymentfailed,, oe_paymentcancel, oe_error, question At what point are they executed when making a payment ?, I inserted a message inside each event, to see if it was executed automatically but it was not. ..Regards!!

I count for the moment with PB 2019 and powerserver 2019, universal account

Chris Pollach @Appeon Accepted Answer Pending Moderation

Hi Arturo;

  If this is via an Apple device - then FYI ... Apple has dropped support for this feature. Thus, the payment feature for PS2019 has also been deprecated (as per the PS2019 help).

  If your using an Android device .. then this object class should still work as in PS2017.

Any recent changes to your App's environment .. for example, a new O/S version?

Regards ... Chris

If you read the PS2019 help and what was removed .. you'll see that iOS payment support was deprecated. This was not an Appeon decision but one made by Apple. And yes, it may still work on iOS using PS2017 for as long as Apple lets it go. No idea though when they might shut that door one you.
  1. Chris Pollach @Appeon
  2. Friday, 7 June 2019
Okay, let's leave aside the matter of whether it supports it or not, because they are not giving me an answer to my real question ... I am already consuming the eon_mobile_paymentex object in ANDROID ... their events as they trigerean, as they communicate , that they return, that is my question ... How to obtain a value of the events of the eon_mobile_paymentex object? I already know that it does not work on iOS, GREETINGS!
  1. Arturo Jasso
  2. Monday, 10 June 2019
Hi Arturo;

Did you inherit from the "eon_mobile_paymentex" into your own User Object and then code the "oe_patmentXxxxx" events in your descendant to trap the argument values?

regards ... Chris
  1. Chris Pollach @Appeon
  2. Monday, 10 June 2019
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