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Passing info to Authorize.net

Thread began 3/17/2009 12:26 pm by robert329616 | Last modified 3/18/2009 11:13 am by robert329616 | 1474 views | 6 replies |

robert329616

Passing info to Authorize.net

Hello.

I have an issue where when a customer places an order they go to a confirmation page which line lists items, price, total tax and shipping along with billing and shipping info.
For some reason the tax and shipping prices is not being passed forward. just the total order price. I used checkout wizard to set this up. I need to pass that info through for accounting purposes.

Is it possible to maybe capture that info before it goes to Authorize.net? I would still need to pass the info forward but maybe that could help my accounting issue.

Thanks in advance for any help.

Regards,
Robert

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Ray BorduinWebAssist

Are you using local or remote checkout?

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robert329616

Ray,
Thanks for getting back to me.
Right now I think I am using remote checkout, where the info gets passed to authorize.net from the confirm page.
Regards,
Rob

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Ray BorduinWebAssist

You can tell if you are using remote or local by looking at the form action on the confirm page. Does the action for the form post to the confirm page, or directly to authorize.net?

Another way to tell is by checking if there is a "local checkout" server behavior applied... it wouldn't be applied with remote.

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robert329616

Ray,

It goes directly to Authorize.net.

Regards,
Rob

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Ray BorduinWebAssist

In that case it is all passed in those hidden form elements. They may already be there... look for x_shipping (or something similar I don't remember exactly and don't have the Authnet documentation in front of me)... All you should have to do is set the value for that hidden field... if it doesn't exist, you can look up the correct name in the authorize.net documentation and just add it. Use the bindings panel to set the value from the cart shipping total.

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robert329616

Ray,

Thanks for your help, That worked!

Regards,
Robert

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