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AuthorizeNet Server Behavior in confirm.php page

Thread began 5/11/2014 4:54 pm by joerg431091 | Last modified 5/12/2014 10:26 am by Jason Byrnes | 426 views | 3 replies |

joerg431091

AuthorizeNet Server Behavior in confirm.php page

When I try to enter my AuthorizeNet credentials into the the server behavior “eCart local checkout for AuthorizeNet” by double-clicking the server behavior in the confirm.php page and entering it into the wizard = it seems that the credentials are not included into the server behavior for whatever reason (I guess it might be a dreamweaver problem).

The credentials are included into the gateways.php file which is uploaded to the server as well as the Auth_Net.php file

However - the payment is not processed and leads to the checkout_failure.php page with the error NULL which seems to me that the credentials are missing.

Checking back into the the server behavior of the confirm.php page = no credentials are visible in the wizard.

When I include the credentials (login and tran_key) directly into the source code like:

$AuthNet_required[0][$nextIndex] = "x_login";
$AuthNet_required[1][$nextIndex] = “XXXXXXXXXXXXX”;
$nextIndex = count($AuthNet_required[0]);
$AuthNet_required[0][$nextIndex] = "x_tran_key";
$AuthNet_required[1][$nextIndex] = “XXXXXXXXXXXXXX”;

rather then the preferred:

$AuthNet_required[0][$nextIndex] = "x_login";
$AuthNet_required[1][$nextIndex] = "".($WA_Authorize_Net_API_Credentials_Login_ID) ."";
$nextIndex = count($AuthNet_required[0]);
$AuthNet_required[0][$nextIndex] = "x_tran_key";
$AuthNet_required[1][$nextIndex] = "".($WA_Authorize_Net_API_Credentials_Transaction_Key) ."";

it works perfect.

It is not that big of a deal because I can put the credentials in the source code but I rather prefer to have it done as it is meant to be by eCart 6 and it also makes me nervous because I can’t figure out why this happens.

Again, my guess is that somehow my Dreamweaver is screwing up and not updating the server behavior but I am not sure.

Had anyone experienced this before and any ideas what might be the problem?

Thanks a lot and best regards,

AJ

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Jason ByrnesWebAssist

the credential;s should be saved to the gateways.php file.

what version of eCart is installed? make sure you have the latest version, 6.0.6. if you have a previous version installed, make sure to uninstall it before installing the newer one.

If you continue to have a probelm with 6.0.6,
I'll need to troubleshoot directly, see the private message section.

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joerg431091

Hi Jason,

I have eCart 6.06 installed and the credentials are in the gateway.php file. The strange thing is that when I look into the eCart Local Checkout server behavior on the confirm.php pate - the credentials do not show up in the Webassist Local Checkout Wizard but they do on a different website that we have eCart 6 installed.

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Jason ByrnesWebAssist

the confirm.php page should show the variables created by the gateways.php page for the credentials.

If you continue to have a probelm with 6.0.6,
I'll need to troubleshoot directly, see the private message section.

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