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About alivetekdragon

  • Birthday 09/16/1976

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    Web Design and Development: PHP, MySQL, CSS, JavaScript<br />Hobbies: board games, heavy metal, dragons
  1. alivetekdragon

    I need a suggestion regarding the default installed payment modules.

    I've been trying to get Authorize.Net to work for a while now. I got a test account set up. That didn't seem to work with the default payment module, so after more reading here I decided to install the Authorize.net SIM (Payment Form) module since we don't want to handle the credit card numbers anyway. After having no success with that I tried a simple test using the information that Authorize.Net provided just to verify that our test account was working. The simple test script worked, but I still have not been able to get the Authorize.Net SIM module in osCommerce to work. (I'm getting error 14 which says "The referrer, relay response or receipt link URL is invalid." -- As I do more research I'm discovering that to be a rather vague error regarding more than what it states.) Anyway, I'm going to try out another payment module. Hopefully someone else will provide some feedback about this also.
  2. alivetekdragon

    PHP Question - MySQL

    If I'm reading it correctly, you are only entering one value. I believe if you split each value with single quotation marks you will correct your problem.
  3. alivetekdragon

    Authorize.net Simple Integration Method (SIM) Support

    Yes, I do have the URL to our development server entered in as Default Receipt URL and Default Relay Response URL on the Response/Receipt URLs page. I also see that URL in the Default Relay Response URL on the Relay Response page, in case that makes a difference.
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    Authorize.net Simple Integration Method (SIM) Support

    Today I continued tests with Authorize.net. We have a test account at Authorize.net. I was able to get simple tests (outside of osCommerce) to work on both our live web server and our development server (local). I was very happy to find out that I could get to the payment form at Authorize.net from our development server, since I wasn't sure if it was needing to come from a site that could be found online. Unfortunately I'm still looking for why I'm getting an error when I use osCommerce. I did install the latest available SIM update for osC. (http://www.oscommerce.com/community/contributions,5370) This is the error when trying to confirm a purchase (using the test account) I'm getting from osCommerce on our local server: The following errors have occurred. (14) The referrer, relay response or receipt link URL is invalid. Any ideas here? By the way, I'm connecting to https://test.authorize.net/gateway/transact.dll because we have a test account and have the php code for this mod updated to use that URL.
  5. alivetekdragon

    Authorize.net setup toubles

    Armored, I belive what Karimlo is referring to is using the Virtual Terminal in Tools on https://test.authorize.net to verify that you're getting a successful transaction. By the way, I'm new to using osCommerce and Authorize.net. I had a demo account created with Authorize.net which I was hoping would work with testing osCommerce on a test server. I'm wondering if the built-in Authorize.net payment module is considered SIM or AIM and if it will work properly for testing if I have a server that isn't available outside our network. I noticed that according to the Authorize.net documentation that I've read, SSL is not required. Is that true for use with osCommerce? When I try to make a test purchase I get "The following errors have occurred. (13) The merchant login ID or password is invalid or the account is inactive."