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Is Authorize.net easy to install?

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Hello,

 

I currently use 2 checkout.com for my sales, and want to switch to authorize.net. If I install the module from my admin and put in all required info will it work? Im not technical is why I am asking. I need to know if I will need contributions to make it work.

Thank you for all replies.

Sam


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Hello,

 

I currently use 2 checkout.com for my sales, and want to switch to authorize.net. If I install the module from my admin and put in all required info will it work? Im not technical is why I am asking. I need to know if I will need contributions to make it work.

Thank you for all replies.

Sam

Hey, I just recently switched from 2 checkout to authorize.net about a week ago. It took a few adjustments but I was finally able to get authorize.net to work for me. I had to add a new authorize.net (aim) module from the contribs section to get it to work, this may not be the case for you. If you have authorize.net set up in your payment modules section you should just be able to plug in the information you obtain from authorize.net and it should work, really no other "configuring" needed on your end unless something goes awry.


I am currently just learning osCommerce and PHP, but am always willing to help out.

 

Have successfully installed the following: Discount Coupons, UPS shipping module, Ultimate SEO URL's, Easy Meta Tags for SEO 1.0, Google XML Sitemap SEO v1.3, HTML Editor for Email and Newsletters.

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