Jump to content


  • Content count

  • Joined

  • Last visited

  1. I found the solution....check the LINK! Thanks dmanrash. Many thanks to Vgers as well. http://forums.oscommerce.com/index.php?sho...2629&st=10#
  2. I understand you're busy. Thanks anyway. It's a great contribution either way!
  3. I apologize if my problem is a repeat but i've read through the entire post and I haven't been able to fix the problem. I've tried changing $_GET to $_POST and the result is the same. This is where I made the changes: catalog/includes/modules/payment/authorizenet_aim.php (line 348) function get_error() { global $_POST; $error = array('title' => MODULE_PAYMENT_AUTHORIZENET_AIM_TEXT_ERROR, 'error' => stripslashes(urldecode($_POST['error']))); catalog/checkout_payment.php (line 152) <?php if (isset($HTTP_POST_VARS['payment_error']) && is_object(${$HTTP_POST_VARS['payment_error']}) && ($error = ${$HTTP_POST_VARS['payment_error']}->get_error())) { ?> I have no idea what i'm doing....i'm just going by trial and error and I'm not PHP savvy enough to figure it out. I would really appreciate some help on this. btw, my a.net account is setup correctly.... Direct Response Delimited Response: No Default Field Separator: Comma Field Encapsulation Character: blank Thanks to everyone who can guide me in the right direction!
  4. First off, let me thank you Vgers for such a FANTASTIC contribution. You have no idea how much your work means to everyone! It is much appreciated. I've followed all the suggestions on this post and everything works well. I've included the Order_id change which allows Authorize.net to match the order numbers and that's helped a bunch. However, life just isn't that simple huh? I have encountered 1 problem. When the customer's personal and credit card information is correct, everything works swimmingly. However, when the credit card is rejected, no error message is available to the customer. The user gets sent back to the payment page, using this URL: website.com/catalog/checkout_payment.php?error_message=This%20transaction%20has%20been%20declined.%20-%20Your+credit+card+could+not+be+authorized+for+this+reason.+Please+correct+any+i nformation+and+try+again+or+contact+us+for+further+assistance. Is there a way to parse this so the user can actually see the error message somewhere other than in the URL? This would mean so much....thank you in advance!