Hiding PayPal Pro sensitive API password and signature for sub-account users

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    sbcollege
    Asked on January 06, 2016 at 02:45 PM

    When I set up PayPal Pro integration I need to enter the PayPal API Username, password and signature into the Payment wizard.

    Since we have multiple users who have access to edit form, but not all the users should have access to the PayPal API credentials, I'm wondering if you would consider hiding these fields after they are entered.

    Maybe have it so that the users needs to click "test" and if the test is successful then the data is store, but not retrievable by the users. The users can then click a "clear" button if they need to enter a different password and signature.

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    Kiran
    Answered on January 06, 2016 at 07:19 PM

    I understand that you want to hide the PayPal Pro API Password and Signature for your sub-account users who have access to the form to edit.

    Let me send this thread as a feature request to our backend team to evaluate the implementation of the feature. I cannot promise that the feature will be implemented or cannot provide any ETA at the moment. However, if we have any update in this regard you'll be posted here.

    Thank you!