Credit Card Payment activity

An activity that completes a credit card payment in PayPal.


Credit Card Payment activity

Configure the Credit Card Payment activity

To configure the Credit Card Payment activity, do the procedure in this topic.

Examples

Good to Know

How to Start

  1. Open Process Builder.

    For information about how to open this screen, refer to Process Builder.


    Open Process Builder
  2. In the Process Builder, in the Activity Library, open the PayPal tab.

    Open PayPal
  3. On the PayPal tab, drag the Credit Card Payment activity onto your process.

    Drag Credit Card Payment

General Configuration

Specifies the basic settings for the Credit Card Payment activity.

Figure: General Configuration screen

General Configuration screen

Good to Know

  • Documentation for this screen is provided for completeness. The fields are mostly self-explanatory.

Fields

Field Name Definition

Display Name

Function:
Specifies the activity name that shows in your process.
Accepted Values:
One line of text that can have spaces.
Default Value:
None
Accepts Process Data Variables:
No
Example:
This is a common configuration field that is used in many examples. Refer to:
  • Examples - Step-by-step use case examples, information about what types of examples are provided in the AgilePoint NX Product Documentation, and other resources where you can find more examples.

Description

Function:
Specifies an optional text description for your activity.
Accepted Values:
More than one line of text.
Default Value:
None
Accepts Process Data Variables:
No

Credit Card Payment

Specifies the information to create a credit card payment to PayPal.

Figure: Credit Card Payment > Payload tab

Credit Card Payment Payload tab

Fields

Field Name Definition

PayPal

Function:
Specifies the access token that connects to your PayPal application.
Accepted Values:
A list of access tokens configured for your environment.
Default Value:
None
Accepts Process Data Variables:
No
Example:
Refer to:

Create Add Token icon

Opens this Screen:
Access Token for PayPal
Function of this Screen:
Configure an access token to connect to PayPal.
Example:
Refer to:

Payload Mapping

Function:
Connects the PayPal API request parameter to your process schema. This is mandatory only if the request passes data from the process schema to parameters in the PayPal API.
To Open this Field:
  1. On the Credit Card Payment screen, click the Payload tab.
Accepted Values:
Click the Schema Mapping Schema Mapping icon button to open the Schema Mapper.

Use this screen to connect the request to the data model for your process.

Default Value:
None
Limitations:

Some information about third-party integrations is outside the scope of the AgilePoint NX Product Documentation. It is the responsibility of the vendors who create and maintain these technologies to provide this information. This includes specific business use cases and examples; explanations for third-party concepts; details about the data models and input and output data formats for third-party technologies; and various types of IDs, URL patterns, connection string formats, or other technical information that is specific to the third-party technologies. For more information, refer to Where Can I Find Information and Examples for Third-Party Integrations?

Response Mapping

Function:
Specifies the connection from the PayPal API response parameter to your process schema.
To Open this Field:
  1. On the Credit Card Payment screen, click the Response tab.
Accepted Values:
Click the Schema Mapping Schema Mapping icon button to open the Schema Mapper.

Use this screen to connect the response to the data model for your process.

Default Value:
None
Limitations:

Some information about third-party integrations is outside the scope of the AgilePoint NX Product Documentation. It is the responsibility of the vendors who create and maintain these technologies to provide this information. This includes specific business use cases and examples; explanations for third-party concepts; details about the data models and input and output data formats for third-party technologies; and various types of IDs, URL patterns, connection string formats, or other technical information that is specific to the third-party technologies. For more information, refer to Where Can I Find Information and Examples for Third-Party Integrations?