Actually, this was my misunderstanding. I was running an EasyShop
against the sandbox version of Paypal, and was testing using
as the easyshop address- when paypal tried to
send notification back, it was failing because it couldn't find
"localhost/shop/paypal" on the internet ...
It turns out that EasyShop supplies a notification url (<shop-url>/
paypal?order=<order-uid>) with the packet to paypal and paypal sends a
notification to this address when the payment has been made; the
script then automatically promotes the order to "payed (not sent)". By
browser/paypal.py within my theme I could add the necessary code to
send my xml file to the e-fulfilment supplier.
On 2 Sep., 13:03, ned14 <nialldougla...@gmail.com
> You meanhttp://github.com/ned14/Easyshop/issues#issue/6i.e