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Need to switch from Paypal already implemented to another payment gateway - which is easiest

Thread began 12/06/2019 3:55 pm by lr_leal239405 | Last modified 12/24/2019 1:14 pm by Ray Borduin | 57 views | 9 replies |

lr_leal239405

Need to switch from Paypal already implemented to another payment gateway - which is easiest?

We have implemented Paypal (Paypal payments Pro) in a shopping cart that's already been working and Is very customized. Now it turns out that Paypal does not accept something called pcards (procument cards) of all levels. So we need to switch to another payment gateway (or Merchant Processor).

I see there are serveral options built into Webassist's tools. Which of those would be easiest for me to change to from Paypal, without going thru hoops and reading large amounts of API info?). It would be a bit of a nightmare for me to regenerate all the code and rebuild.

Is there one where I can simply change the Payment Gateway Credentials and it would continue to work?

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Ray BorduinWebAssist

No. The code would have to change.

The easiest is probably Authorize.net. If you need a new merchant account you can try:
https://www.e-onlinedata.com/cafecommerce

If you don't want to redo the page, you can probably just apply the process payment server behavior for authorize.net and remove the paypal payment server behavior on your existing page. Or you could re-run the checkout wizard with new page names and just copy and paste to swap out the payment processing portion.

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lr_leal239405

ok. We're going with Authorize.net then. Hopefully I can do just that -> just apply the process payment server behavior for authorize.net and remove the paypal payment server behavior on existing page.

Thanks for the info.

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lr_leal239405

We're doing the swtich now. We have a Authorize.net account. I placed in the credentials thru the eCart Payment Gateway Credentials. I don't see an option to 'apply the process payment server behavior for authorize.net'

Also, I went to the page per below but should it go to the checkout_success.php page?

UPDATE: I ran the checkout wizard and just getting the payment script portion)

I manually removed the Paypal info as I could not get rid of thru software.

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lr_leal239405

I'm getting this:

Fatal error: Call to undefined function AuthNet_Post() in /home/jvdydf5kad9w/public_html/eCart/confirm.php on line 218

I added the include line to the confirm.php
<?php require_once("../WA_eCart/Adv_CO_Scripts/PP_ECO_Authorize_PHP.php"); ?>

and uploaded the file. But still getting it. What am I missing?

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Ray BorduinWebAssist

That is the paypal include file. The include line you want should reference a file: AuthNet_PHP.php.

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lr_leal239405

oops. You're right.

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lr_leal239405

sorry to bother you. I'm trying to get error codes or full response on the checkout failure page for the Authorized.net transaction, but not sure which bindings to drag over. I tried several. (I have a authorize.net sandbox acct. - not sure if that makes any difference).

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Ray BorduinWebAssist

Just use:

php:
<?php

@session_start();
var_dump($_SESSION);
?>



Then view source on the page to see the data. That will have everything.

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lr_leal239405

Thanks for that info. Yes, that gave me everything in the session including the codes that have to do with Authorize.net.

Then I saw under Bindings the Local Checkout Reponse (Authorize.net). I dragged in Full Rquest and Full Response. That worked as well.

:)

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