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Convert from Actinic

Thread began 11/12/2010 7:19 pm by Steve | Last modified 11/15/2010 9:44 am by Jason Byrnes | 699 views | 1 replies |


Convert from Actinic

Anyone moved from Actinic to eCart?

Actinic looks to be a perl script based cart and I have a client that would like to migrate away from Actinic to eCart.

Anyone done this? Know where the Authnet user codes are?

I'm pawing over the code and not seeing any obvious references to the gateway processing details. Of course I need these to put together a basic sample to show this client that the conversion will be painless.

Appreciate anyone with experience with Actinic pointing me in the correct direction.



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Jason ByrnesWebAssist

I have no experience with Actinic, but i can help point to the code.

When you run the checkout wizard to create the checkout process, you will be asked to enter the information for the gateway you select.

One of the pages created by the checkout wizard will be the confirm.php page. this page will have the code on it to process the transaction with the gateway.

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