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Am having similar issues with auth net 103 error similar to: /posts.php?id=34518 & posts.php?id=34235

Thread began 1/06/2015 12:51 pm by Gregory | Last modified 2/05/2015 3:01 pm by Jason Byrnes | 851 views | 12 replies |

Gregory

Am having similar issues with auth net 103 error similar to: /posts.php?id=34518 & posts.php?id=34235

Am having similar issues with auth net 103 error similar to:
http://www.webassist.com/forums/posts.php?id=34518
& http://www.webassist.com/forums/posts.php?id=34235

Both suggestions to change out timestamp code are the same, but when I change on my confirm page, the billing/shipping fields drop off the checkout.php page after proceeding from the cart.php page.

You may see the site at: http://gobdesign.com/testing/jefferson2

We are attempting to use the SIM model with auth net. The confirm.php page on the server is currently set to the default - that is the original webassist toolset generated code. This will allow you to see original configuration, and subsequent 103 error.

Also, is it possible to go from the cart directly to Auth net and have them collect all shipping/billing info as well and skip the checkout page? Might this be more secure?

thanks Greg

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Jason ByrnesWebAssist

I'll need to troubleshoot directly, see the private message section.

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Gregory

See private meassage

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Jason ByrnesWebAssist

there was a syntax error on the confirm page.

i updated the following code at line 60:

<input id="x_fp_timestamp" name="x_fp_timestamp" type="hidden" value="<?php echo("<?php $WACalculatedHash = WA_CalculateHash(''.($WA_Authorize_Net_API_Credentials_Login_ID)  .'', ''.($WA_Authorize_Net_API_Credentials_Transaction_Key)  .'', ''.$eCart1->GrandTotal()  .'', ''.AuthNet_RandomID()  .'', 'USD')?>
<?php echo $WACalculatedHash[1]; ?>"); ?>" />



to:

<input id="x_fp_timestamp" name="x_fp_timestamp" type="hidden" value="<?php $WACalculatedHash = WA_CalculateHash(''.($WA_Authorize_Net_API_Credentials_Login_ID)  .'', ''.($WA_Authorize_Net_API_Credentials_Transaction_Key)  .'', ''.$eCart1->GrandTotal()  .'', ''.AuthNet_RandomID()  .'', 'USD')?>
<?php echo $WACalculatedHash[1]; ?>" />




I'll log this as a bug in our system.

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Gregory

Thank you so much Jason.
I appreciate your quick response and the immediate fix!
Greg

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Jason ByrnesWebAssist

you're welcome.

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Gregory

On moving site to new Go Daddy server the above code change is now back to an incomplete Checkout page.

friendsofjeffersonbarracks.com/testing/

I tossed WebAssist generated code back into the confirm.php page, and gets me back to a complete form allowing one to complete the transaction, but now won't complete the transaction passing information to Auth.net.

The confirm page now on the site has the altered code from above, so incomplete Checkout page is what is now occurring.

This newer Go Daddy server is an odd beast. See private message with login.

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Jason ByrnesWebAssist

viewing source of the checkout page shows the following error:
<b>Fatal error</b>: Call to undefined function mhash() in <b>/home/jbarracks/public_html/testing/WA_eCart/checkoutScripts/WA_simlib.php</b> on line <b>30</b><br />


this means that the go daddy server does not have the mhash library enabled.

i fixed the error by ending line 30 of the WA_eCart/checkoutScripts/WA_simlib.php file:
return (bin2hex (mhash(MHASH_MD5, $data, $key)));

to:
return (bin2hex (hash(MHASH_MD5, $data, $key)));

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Gregory

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Gregory

Thanks Jason
Could making the Mhash change keep the transaction from being transferred to Auth.net?

If you go through the entire order process, it cannot connect to Auth.net - getting 103 error. If this is solved, we can go live with new site.

Also, though the phpinfo.php page now on the site (friendsofjeffersonbarracks.com/phpinfo.php) shows that hash is enabled and supports the MD5 referenced in the code, in talking with GoDaddy they say it is not enabled on this server.

Further when attempting to connect to the database on this server running 5.4 php (now using cpanel admin) - one uses "localhost" database name, user name, password - but it cannot connect. It is now running off my server database running 5.2 php.

Any suggestions for hosting services that might not have these issues?

thanks again
Greg

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