Show the private key.
Import private key from an external file.
Export the private key to an external file.
Remove the private key.
Show the public certificate.
Import the public certificate from an external file.
Export the public certificate to an external file.
Display the information of the public certificate.
Remove the public certificate.
Show the results after verifying the private key and the public certificate. If they match, the status will show "Succeeded" otherwise it will show "Failed".
Show a list of certificate IDs which have been added.
Add the certificate ID from PayPal. Assign a name to the certificate ID to identify which PayPal account it belongs. For example, set the name of the certificate to firstname.lastname@example.org. The same key pair can be added to more than one PayPal accounts but each will have a different certificate ID.
You can follow these steps to obtain a certificate ID from PayPal:
Please note that if you delete the certificate from the PayPal site and add it again, the Cert ID will be different even though you still use the old generated public certificate. You need to update the newly generated "Cert ID" here again by clicking the "Change" button.
Change either the name or the certificate ID.
Delete the selected certificate ID.
Show the public certificate of PayPal.
Import the PayPal public certificate from an external file. This certificate can be obtained by following these steps:
Display the information of the PayPal public certificate.
Remove the PayPal public certificate.
Click OK to save the settings.
Cancel saving the settings.