2CO/2Checkout Howto Enable IPN/Notification Setup & Script Info

https://www.2checkout.com/documentation/notifications/order-created

It shows all the parameters that get passed so you can make a simple script to process it.

To enable 2CO Notifications you need to do the following:

  1. Login
  2. Browse to the top right to an icon that looks like a "circle with horizontal lines inside" - Notifications.
  3. Enter the appropriate URL for your IPN/Notification processing script (you can have a custom script/location for each event but most just use a single script that intercepts the message type/notification).

The above is quite similar to how PayPal does it and works quite well once you get it going.  The only drawback is that it doens't appear you can repost notifications or track them like you can with PayPal.


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