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  1. Austin519

    Authorize.net questions

    ttstitches: Not a bit...no worries...and yes that's exactly what I'd do. For me, and of course telling you this now may be a bit late...but I always just add one little thing at a time, test it thoroughly, make sure it works, do a backup, move on...keep doing that till I get where I want or revert to backups if something doesn't work. If you tone it down enough to get it working that'd be my suggestion. Otherwise I'm here to help, back in my contrib's main thread...I should be releasing 1.8 in a few weeks when I've gotten everyone's suggestions/ideas in...I think this may be the last release...there aren't really any more bugs as I or others have found. spilotes: Nope the question wasn't answered, but it IS simple :), lucky you. You don't want either if you're using AIM. That's a SIM only thing, leave them blank for AIM. Austin519
  2. Austin519

    Authorize.net questions

    ttstitches: For my contribution, the files included in each revision are listed in the readme Teresa. As for the SIM module...no idea Teresa, I didn't write it. Austin519
  3. Austin519

    Curl Path leaves me confused

    deash: For your cURL there is no path...it's compiled. Select compiled. What patch are you talking about?!? I never released any sort of thing. The transaction key line has for some time read: x_Tran_Key => MODULE_PAYMENT_AUTHORIZENET_TRANSKEY, This has not changed ever since I wrote that in. Whatever "patch" you installed...get rid of it. Uninstall the contrib via the admin panel...remove all of those files, rextract 1.7, copy them over, and reinput your information. Authorize.net HAS to have a transaction key or your master password to be able to process CC's. It clearly can't do it with just your username (reading the AIM manual may shine some light on your blindness :) ). info@valombreuse.com: You're going to need to be a bit more specific than that. Austin519
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    Authorize.net questions

    ttstitches: Okay...so you want to set yourself up with sim now or AIM? For the issues with orders not showing up in admin, the shopping cart not emptying, etc...it sounds like you're being sent to the success page incorrectly. At this point Teresa I have no idea whatsoever the issue could be without delving into the code myself. As a suggestion...start fresh, install my latest version of the contrib, and let's work on that. Once we get THAT working, then install other mods, do other things, etc. It will be a lot easier to work with you and on this if I know everything is stock and we're just having issues with my contrib and cURL/SSL. Because what you're saying isn't innately caused by my contrib, so I don't know :(. Austin519
  5. Austin519

    Curl Path leaves me confused

    deash: What derekg22 said is correct. That's how you will know if it's installed or not. You also most likely (on a shared server) cannot just add the binaries and be ok. Your host has to do this for you. Honestly, if they don't know even what curl is, I'd move to another host...because that's pathetic. Tell them to check out http://curl.haxx.se if they need to educate themselves. Austin519
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    Curl Path leaves me confused

    deash: Then your host is retarded. If they have cURL compiled into Linux that they're hosting you on...then there won't be a path. You'll do it differently. If they don't have cURL compiled into Linux, then you will need to get the path to the binary from them. It's pretty simple. Austin519
  7. Austin519

    Authorize.net questions

    A bit delayed in getting here...looking for feedback on Authorize.net Consolidated. For those running it who want to make suggestions for my next revision, please go here: http://forums.oscommerce.com/index.php?act=ST&f=2&t=54791 I have a few days free to sit down and do some heavy duty coding, and whereas I was adding new features in the previous versions I am also rewriting the code I based my code off of (which had some serious issues in it and definitely could have been done better). I have already upgraded it to 1.4 which incorporates a host of new features and would like everyone's input. Also if you have issues please post there too...rather than me hunting for them on the forums (which I'm going to stop doing after this). And in reply to some extremely old posts... dkap: No, the != 1 means "if there's an error". Auth.net returns a 1 for a successful transaction. This has been changed quite a bit as of the latest revision, and I think you'll find it getting better than the other contrib you list. It looks like you have some good feedback in later posts regarding this contribution. If you could state it better to me in that thread above...I'll add it in. I'm trying to make this contribution the end-all-be-all...espeically since it seems most people are using it already and I don't want people using code I wrote that could be better. crock: Actually response[1] holds the subcode...useless to you. [3] holds the identifier and [4] holds the text. As for capturing Authorized transactions...I have a very good way of doing this which ties in well with other things I want it to do. If you're interested in this functionality still, let me know. thome: That's the great thing about AIM...it doesn't hold anything. It transmits it directly to Auth.net Tuan Le: No, and in fact you specifically don't want them set for Auth.net. I would also suggest you upgrade to 1.4 because I have replaced that original, cryptic message with something a bit better...which should tell you a bit more. I plan to completely rewrite the error codes, but at least for now, what I have will tell you a fair amount. Austin519
  8. Hey guys, I'm the guy who wrote Authorize.net Consolidated and am looking around for issues/problems/suggestions to improve upon it. I'm glad to see Bao Nguyen's in here, Bao, do you like what I've done with your original code? Hopefully I've made ya proud ;). I'm going to be rewriting a lot more of it soon as well...for anyone interested in it or giving feedback please visit: http://forums.oscommerce.com/index.php?act=ST&f=2&t=54791 And let me know. Also for anyone asking questions about it please post there rather than in a new thread so I see it. Austin519
  9. Rwfresh: Going through posts referring to Authorize.net Consolidated looking for suggestions here...hence the late response. That is admittedly a very non-descriptive message. It has been changed in my latest revision, along with quite a bit else. Austin519
  10. Karlin: Going through posts referring to Authorize.net Consolidated looking for suggestions here...hence the late response. Yes, you need to install it. Austin519
  11. Austin519

    NEW! Complete Order Editing Tool!

    Okay...little problem with this tool. I noticed that when using the payment discount mod (allowing you to say, give a discount for check/money order), instead of subtracting that percentage from the total amount, it adds it if I try to edit an order. So I have to physically go in and write -$xxx to get it to correctly calculate it. This may be more the fault of the item discount than the order edit... Austin519
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    NEW! Complete Order Editing Tool!

    Farrukh: Thanks! Austin519
  13. Austin519

    NEW! Complete Order Editing Tool!

    Farrukh: Ah I see. Okay in that case...just curious...is there a mod out there that allows customers to change their orders while the order is still in a certain stage? Austin519
  14. Austin519

    NEW! Complete Order Editing Tool!

    Farrukh: Okay, very helpful! Works perfectly now. Maybe I just don't understand this mod. What exactly is in the administrator section for editing things like that? I assumed I could edit everything, but I had to add the edit_order file. Does that now mean that customers can edit their own orders to or...what? Either way, thanks a lot! Austin519
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    NEW! Complete Order Editing Tool!

    Farrukh: Okay...I upgraded to the new 2.2 admin or whatnot...and I seem to have full access (top adminstrator, all write privileges) but I still can't edit the orders...what do you suggest? Austin519
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