Microsoft Flow Custom Connectors for PayPal, powered by entegrations.io

Pre-requisite:

You would need a PayPal account and obviously a Microsoft Flow account. Entegrations.io would need to onboard you. During this onboarding, you would also go thru PayPal login to authorize our PayPal REST app to send Invoices and Payouts on your behalf and also to receive webhooks from PayPal. At the end of the onboarding step, entegrations.io would provide you with Basic Auth credentials (username and password) to use while creating the Flow connections. See screenshots

Create PayPal Invoice

The Custom Connector

The custom connector can be created from blank or from OpenAPI spec file. This allows creating and sending a PayPal Invoice. See screenshots

Creating the Flow

A sample flow leveraging an email triggered data source is depicted for conceptual purposes. In reality, any of the Microsoft supported connectors can be used as data source to drive this custom connector. See screenshots


Create PayPal Payouts

The Custom Connector

The custom connector can be created from blank or from OpenAPI spec file. This allows sending a PayPal Payout. See screenshots

Creating the Flow

A sample flow leveraging an email triggered data source is depicted for conceptual purposes. In reality, any of the Microsoft supported connectors can be used as data source to drive this custom connector. See screenshots


Receive Webhook

The (generic) Custom Connector

The custom connector can be created from blank or from OpenAPI spec file. This allows receiving the Payouts or Invoicing webhook data from PayPal. See screenshots

Invoice Webhook Flow

A sample flow leveraging the received PayPal Invoices webhook payload as data source to send out an email is depicted for conceptual purposes. In reality, any of the Microsoft supported connectors can be used as data target from this custom connector. See screenshots

Payouts Webhook Flow

A sample flow leveraging the received PayPal Payouts webhook payload as data source to send out an email is depicted for conceptual purposes. In reality, any of the Microsoft supported connectors can be used as data target from this custom connector. See screenshots


Others

Just to give overview, check out these screenshots.


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