Help Urgently Please Stripe Is Making Changes To Payment Code

Hi! I need help. The Stripe add on for CS Cart doesn't come with the last updates of the payment code from Stripe.

I have this warning in my Stripe account

We've detected that you are using payment_method_types to configure payment methods. To manage payment methods from this page, replace payment_method_types with automatic_payment_methods.If you prefer to use payment_method_types, refer to the manual settings page.

Basically, my account is not qualified to protect payments from Chargebacks because I need to use the new command line to be protected.

To modify this command should be inside the Stripe Add on code, but I have no idea how to get there.

Any tip will be highly appreciated

UPDATE

I have found the Checkout.js add on code and I have this there

(function (_, $) {
var stripeInstance;
var stripeElementsApi;
var stripeElements;
var self = {
init: function init(publishableKey, langCode, elements) {
if (_.stripe.view.isInitialized(elements)) {
return;
}
stripeElements = stripeElements || {};
stripeInstance = stripeInstance || Stripe(publishableKey);
stripeElementsApi = stripeElementsApi || stripeInstance.elements({
locale: langCode
}); // remove previously rendered form
_.stripe.view.teardown(stripeElements); // render payment form
_.stripe.view.render(stripeInstance, stripeElementsApi, stripeElements, elements); // add submit logic
_.stripe.view.addSubmitHandler(stripeInstance, stripeElementsApi, stripeElements, elements);
}
};
$.extend({
ceStripeCheckout: function ceStripeCheckout(method) {
if (self[method]) {
return self[method].apply(this, Array.prototype.slice.call(arguments, 1));
} else {
$.error('ty.stripeCheckout: method ' + method + ' does not exist');
}
}
});
$.ceEvent('on', 'ce.commoninit', function (context) {
var $form = $('[data-ca-stripe-element="form"]', context);
if (!$form.length) {
return;
}
var publishableKey = $form.data('caStripePublishableKey');
var elements = _.stripe.view.getElements($form);
elements.form = $form.closest('form');
if (publishableKey) {
if (typeof Stripe === "undefined") {
$.getScript('https://js.stripe.com/v3/'function () {
$.ceStripeCheckout('init', publishableKey, _.cart_language, elements);
});
} else {
$.ceStripeCheckout('init', publishableKey, _.cart_language, elements);
}
}
});
})(Tygh, Tygh.$);
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And the code Stripe is recommending to use is this one.
// This is your test publishable API key.
const stripe = Stripe("pk_test_J5us4auh9r1fdh4Z2QsG1wue00EPQdUPgE");
// The items the customer wants to buy
const items = [{ id: "xl-tshirt" }];
let elements;
initialize();
checkStatus();
document
.querySelector("#payment-form")
.addEventListener("submit", handleSubmit);
// Fetches a payment intent and captures the client secret
async function initialize() {
const response = await fetch("/create-payment-intent", {
method: "POST",
headers: { "Content-Type": "application/json" },
body: JSON.stringify({ items }),
});
const { clientSecret } = await response.json();
const appearance = {
theme: 'stripe',
};
elements = stripe.elements({ appearance, clientSecret });
const paymentElement = elements.create("payment");
paymentElement.mount("#payment-element");
}
async function handleSubmit(e) {
e.preventDefault();
setLoading(true);
const { error } = await stripe.confirmPayment({
elements,
confirmParams: {
// Make sure to change this to your payment completion page
return_url: "http://localhost:4242/checkout.html",
},
});
// This point will only be reached if there is an immediate error when
// confirming the payment. Otherwise, your customer will be redirected to
// your `return_url`. For some payment methods like iDEAL, your customer will
// be redirected to an intermediate site first to authorize the payment, then
// redirected to the `return_url`.
if (error.type === "card_error" || error.type === "validation_error") {
showMessage(error.message);
} else {
showMessage("An unexpected error occurred.");
}
setLoading(false);
}
// Fetches the payment intent status after payment submission
async function checkStatus() {
const clientSecret = new URLSearchParams(window.location.search).get(
"payment_intent_client_secret"
);
if (!clientSecret) {
return;
}
const { paymentIntent } = await stripe.retrievePaymentIntent(clientSecret);
switch (paymentIntent.status) {
case "succeeded":
showMessage("Payment succeeded!");
break;
case "processing":
showMessage("Your payment is processing.");
break;
case "requires_payment_method":
showMessage("Your payment was not successful, please try again.");
break;
default:
showMessage("Something went wrong.");
break;
}
}
// ------- UI helpers -------
function showMessage(messageText) {
const messageContainer = document.querySelector("#payment-message");
messageContainer.classList.remove("hidden");
messageContainer.textContent = messageText;
setTimeout(function () {
messageContainer.classList.add("hidden");
messageText.textContent = "";
}, 4000);
}
// Show a spinner on payment submission
function setLoading(isLoading) {
if (isLoading) {
// Disable the button and show a spinner
document.querySelector("#submit").disabled = true;
document.querySelector("#spinner").classList.remove("hidden");
document.querySelector("#button-text").classList.add("hidden");
} else {
document.querySelector("#submit").disabled = false;
document.querySelector("#spinner").classList.add("hidden");
document.querySelector("#button-text").classList.remove("hidden");
}
}
I have made different quotes to replace the Checkout.js code for the new Stripe it's asking to use, and they are asking me to pay $900 and $900 to do a 20 minutes or less task. The Stripe Checkout.js codes are not even wrote from Scratch, they provide the basic code and from their needs to be modified only some parts. This is crazy, really. Can someone help me please.

Hello!

We don't use payment_method_types in our Stripe integration.

If you don't use payment method types what you use because that's what Stripe is telling me in my payment methods. Also my Stripe account is not protected by Charges back because the checkout is not a Stripe Checkout, they say that I am using an integrated private payment, so basically I am not using Stripe in full, only part of it to capture payments.

Hello!

We don't use payment_method_types in our Stripe integration.

If I am not using payment method types why Stripe it's telling me that in my method of payments? Aslo, I don't know how the Stripe add on works because I am not protected for charges back with Stripe. They say that I am not using Stripe Checkout, that I am using a private tool that only capture payments, so the Stripe add on is not Stripe. With the Stripe add on CS Cart offer I can't use the Stripe benefits.

Hello!

We don't use payment_method_types in our Stripe integration.

If you don't use payment method types what you use because that's what Stripe is telling me in my payment methods. Also my Stripe account is not protected by Charges back because the checkout is not a Stripe Checkout, they say that I am using an integrated private payment, so basically I am not using Stripe in full, only part of it to capture payments.

If I am not using payment method types why Stripe it's telling me that in my method of payments? Aslo, I don't know how the Stripe add on works because I am not protected for charges back with Stripe. They say that I am not using Stripe Checkout, that I am using a private tool that only capture payments, so the Stripe add on is not Stripe. With the Stripe add on CS Cart offer I can't use the Stripe benefits.

From the first post there was the quotation of the Stripe's team message:

We've detected that you are using payment_method_types to configure payment methods.

So I have mentioned that our Stripe integration does not use the payment_method_types at all. Could you please clarify if you are refering to the Stripe payments or the Stripe Connect payments default add-ons?

Following this also. I saw this from my stripe account also

"We've detected that you are using payment_method_types to configure payment methods. To manage payment methods from this page, replace payment_method_types with automatic_payment_methods.
If you prefer to use payment_method_types, refer to the manual settings page"
This link goes to this
https://stripe.com/docs/payments/payment-element/migration#one-time-payment-intent

Maybe CS-Cart can update on the stripe addon?

Following this also. I saw this from my stripe account also

"We've detected that you are using payment_method_types to configure payment methods. To manage payment methods from this page, replace payment_method_types with automatic_payment_methods.
If you prefer to use payment_method_types, refer to the manual settings page"
This link goes to this

Maybe CS-Cart can update on the stripe addon?

Hello!

As it was mentioned before, the default Stripe add-ons does not use payment_method_types, so there is nothing should be done from our side on this case.

Thank you.