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  1. Hello again! Authorize.net SIM has stopped working and there are messages regarding inability to process. I have been all over their site and I have repeatedly see references to a signature key that now replaces the MD5 Hash. All the modules for 2.3.4 still require MD5 Hash, and you cannot replace with the much loner sig key. Has anyone seen this in an authorize.net module? Also, I need to change GET to POST, but cannot remember where I saw them before. I know I had to input it somewhere. I cannot find this on the authorize.net site either, and it is not in any modules. Does anyone know where to change it? Thanks. Lark Burnham Horton, KS
  2. Fair warning: I know almost nothing about websites. Consider me 100% ignorant. I have created a new Authorize.net Login Username and Transaction Key to be used for our credit card processing through our bank. I am having trouble with the shopping cart, which is not allowing me to save edits made to the payment modules. What I have done: Go to osCommerce website, where the shopping cart is hosted. Go to Administration > Modules > Payment. Select Authorize.net module. Click “Edit”. Enter new Authorize.net code and new transaction key provided by Authorize.net. Click “Update”. But after clicking “Update,” I am taken back to the modules and the new numbers do not show, the old numbers show. How do I get the new transaction key to “stick”? Shouldn't it be showing me the new key after I click "Update"?
  3. Authorize.net TLS 1.2 Notice

    I have a client website running osC 2.3.4 using the osC payment module to access the Authorize.net SIM gateway. The site is running well, but the owner have received a notice that TLS 1.0 and 1.1 will be disabled in a few months, and if the site is not using TLS 1.2 transactions will start failing. Is this a problem? How do I proceed on this issue?
  4. MODULE_PAYMENT_PAYPAL_EC_TEXT_PROCESS_ERROR I maintain a website that runs its store using osCommerce. The site was developed in 2007 and still uses the version of osCommerce that was then current. The site connects to PayPal WPP and Express Checkout using the modules contained in osc at the time. In the past couple of months, for no apparent reason, Express Checkout no longer works. Every time a user tries to use Express Checkout osc returns a “MODULE_PAYMENT_PAYPAL_EC_TEXT_PROCESS_ERROR” message when the user tries to confirm the transaction. The sale is never consummated in osc. PayPal support says, “the initial SetEC call is going through and the buyer is being redirected to PayPal. The problem is when the module is supposed to do the DoEC call to complete the payment. Either the module is erroring out or there is some sort of connection issue. It is never reaching PayPal, so PayPal has no record of the attempt or an error.” My attempts to trace the transaction through osc have been futile. Where should I look to track down this problem? Any help you can give would be greatly appreciated.
  5. On March 31 (yesterday) Authorize.Net began making some changes related to security, starting with the Sandbox ( http://community.developer.authorize.net/t5/The-Authorize-Net-Developer-Blog/Authorize-Net-Begins-Infrastructure-and-SHA-2-Certificate/ba-p/49615 ). And I (as well as others) discovered yesterday that what was working March 30 was no longer working on March 31 for testing using the Authorize.Net sandbox (I have been using the AIM module, test mode, test cc numbers, and the osCommerce authorize.net module). I tried asking Authorize.Net about this, and they suggested checking with my host (InMotion). I did, and they looked into it and responded that they do meet all the stated requirements on their end, and they suggested I ask the supplier of the osCommerce module for Authorize.net. So, I am asking here. Does something have to change in the osCommerce authorize.net module(s) in order to get working again with Authorize.Net sandbox testing? Thanks
  6. Hello, I am trying to solve a strange issue with Authorize.Net. When I run a test sale using Authorize.net SIM module on my test site I am getting a strange issue. I run a test sale, using the Authorize.net SIM payment module. I enter the data in the "Delivery / Payment / Confirmation" screens and then the Authorize.net secure payment screen come up. I enter in the information and then press the "Submit" button. The “Your Order Has Been Processed” page comes up - on FireFox and Opera the page looks good - you see our site's formatting and Authorize.net text about the order and a button to go back to the store (and leave the secure site). On IE (I am using version 9) and Google Chrome (version 12) the “Your Order Has Been Processed” page comes up but it looks like pure %$#@&!!. All the Authorize.net information is there, and so is all the information from my site, but the formatting from our website is not there. I would assume that the CSS / javascript files don't load, but.... the page looks good on FireFox and Opera... sigh. I am running eCommerce 2.3. I am using the Authorize.net SIM shipping module, not the AIM module. I have attached an example of the IE screen I have e-mailed Authorize.net but any suggestions would be most welcome. Thanks David
  7. Credit Card Options

    Okay, guys, forgive me if this has a simple answer and if it's need answered a thousand times here. I did look, and had a hard time, and I am overall new to osCommerce. My client got an authorize.net account, I set up the information to sync it with osCommerce with the "Authorize.net Credit Card AIM" Payment Module , ect. Now, when I go to see how it looks for check-out, there are no options for someone to enter credit card information. What would be stopping the credit card options to appear?
  8. I need to find code to properly pass product "Attributes" as a merchant defined field in the authorize.net payment module. In my authorizenet_aim.php file I have the following already which passes the products themselves, I just need to figure out the fields / code to use to pass the attributes... // Add items ordered to merchants email as merchant defined fields Order - Product model, Product name and Qty ordered MC if (MODULE_PAYMENT_AUTHORIZENET_AIM_EMAIL_MERCHANT == 'True' && MODULE_PAYMENT_AUTHORIZENET_AIM_ADD_ITEMS == 'True') { for ($i=0, $n=sizeof($order->products); $i<$n; $i++) { $x = $i + 1; $data .= '&item' . $x . '=' . urlencode($order->products[$i]['model']) . ' -|- ' . urlencode(substr($order->products[$i]['name'], 0, 255)) . ' -|- ' . urlencode($order->products[$i]['qty']); } } My intended use is that I have 1 product that has 5 different attributes (like 'color', 'size' , 'material' , 'somethingelse ' ,,,) I know I can't be the first person with this issue, but my buddy Google has not helped so far so I'm looking for actual people to help :) !
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