Gravity Forms eWAY Pro v1.6.0 has just been released. This release requires minimum PHP 5.6 (recommend 7.2 or greater); fixes some bugs around the Responsive Shared page; and accepts two-character country codes in field mappings.
Minimum PHP version is 5.6
I’ve bumped the minimum supported version of PHP to version 5.6 (while recommending 7.2 or greater). Even PHP 5.6 is about to lose support for security fixes, but I understand that some sites are still running plugins or a theme that break on PHP 7 so I’m going to support a minimum of PHP 5.6 for a little while yet. If you’re still running something older that PHP 5.6, it’s (past!) time to upgrade.
Invalid entry ID returning from Responsive Shared Page
Some websites were seeing an error on return from the Responsive Shared Page, “Invalid entry ID”. This release changes how the return from eWAY is validated, which should well and truly resolve this problem.
Customer tokens not remembered for Responsive Shared Page
On some websites, newly created customer tokens would not be saved to the WordPress user’s account after being created via the Responsive Shared page. Also, there would be no option to add a new card for customers who already had saved cards / tokens. Both problems have been fixed in this release.
Accept two-character country codes
Mapping a field containing a two-character ISO country code to the eWAY country field now works. Country names are also still accepted (if sourced from Gravity Forms’ Address field).
You can update to the latest version from your WordPress plugin admin page. Here’s the full changelog for Gravity Forms eWAY Pro.