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  1. I am using the Authorize.net AIM module bundled in with OS Commerce v2.2: Authorize.net Advanced Integration Method v1.0 http://www.oscommerce.com/community/contri...M+authorize.net My site is on a godaddy server, and i know i have to modify the php in order for it to support curl. According to godaddy: http://help.godaddy.com/article/289?prog_id=GoDaddy 1) Which files do i have to modify so the php will support curl? Please specify line by line value if possible (according to this contribution) ... 2) How do I know which is my correct curl directory (that the module asks for)? Currently when it gets to the checkout page it just sits there and sort of hangs. Please help! ------------ Please let me know also if there are any better contributions out there that will work flawlessly with Authorize.net AIM and on a godaddy server, or what I can do to fix my issue. I've scoured the forums for any documentation and have found none. Thank you
  2. I am using the Authorize.net AIM module bundled in with OS Commerce v2.2: Authorize.net Advanced Integration Method v1.0 http://www.oscommerce.com/community/contri...M+authorize.net My site is on a godaddy server, and i know i have to modify the php in order for it to support curl. According to godaddy: http://help.godaddy.com/article/289?prog_id=GoDaddy 1) Which files do i have to modify so the php will support curl? Please specify line by line value if possible (according to this contribution) ... 2) How do I know which is my correct curl directory (that the module asks for)? Currently when it gets to the checkout page it just sits there and sort of hangs. Please help! ------------ Please let me know also if there are any better contributions out there that will work flawlessly with Authorize.net AIM and on a godaddy server, or what I can do to fix my issue. I've scoured the forums for any documentation and have found none. Thank you!
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