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Don't want PayPal, So how do I…

Thread began 4/21/2009 12:30 pm by mick106153 | Last modified 2/08/2010 11:45 pm by pete | 2613 views | 12 replies |

mick106153

Don't want PayPal, So how do I…

Don't want PayPal, So how do I incorporate Authorize.net?
If your answer could be a bit more thorough than you might think necessary I know that I would appreciate it.
I'm assuming it has something to do with stripping stuff out of checkout.php and using the eCart Insert Checkout Form parameter.
Right so far?
Please fill in the blanks to help me avoid the pitfalls.

Mick

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Ray BorduinWebAssist

Just go to the confirm.php page and remove the local checkout server behavior. Then apply the local checkout server behavior using Authorize.net as the checkout provider.

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mick106153

Sorry but you've lost me.

Originally Said By: Ray Borduin
  Just go to the confirm.php page and remove the local checkout server behavior. Then apply the local checkout server behavior using Authorize.net as the checkout provider.  



I don't see anything like "local checkout" in the server behaviors panel. There's a lot there, but not that.
What am I missing?

Mick

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Ray BorduinWebAssist

Do you own WebAssist eCart and have it installed? It should be applied on the confirm.php page.

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Ray BorduinWebAssist

search for any reference to paypal on the confirm page and then apply the local checkout server behavior. It may be in an include file and you can just remove it to remove the functionality.

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mick106153

Originally Said By: Ray Borduin
  search for any reference to paypal on the confirm page and then apply the local checkout server behavior. It may be in an include file and you can just remove it to remove the functionality.  



Yes I do own eCart.
OK. On line 368 of confirm.php I have
<?php
require_once("WA_eCart/Checkout/paypal.php");
?>
Do I simply strip this include directly from the page and than use:
"Insert/eCart/Insert Checkout Form" selecting Authorize.net as my preferred gateway?

Mick

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Ray BorduinWebAssist

Delete that line of code manually.

Then apply local checkout on the page and specify authorize.net.

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iggymak198560

Is this why when I hit checkout it shows PayPal on top?

Hi,

We want to use Authorize.net as well... in WA_Globals, it's set to use Authorize.net... PayPal's set to false.

We have not, however, received our credentials from our web host, that may be an issue.

So, when I hit checkout on the cart, there is at the top of the next (checkout) page the PayPal button and blurb, followed below by the form they need to fill out (shipping/billing address, etc.).

Could the above be why it does this?

Thanks,
Iggy

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Dani Chankhour

If you don't want to use the Paypal Express check out, then you can just delete the button.

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iggymak198560

Thank you...

Doesn't get any easier than that! Thanks again...

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