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Sending Product SKU/Order# to Authorize.net

Thread began 12/11/2009 11:03 am by terry164844 | Last modified 12/12/2009 10:40 am by terry164844 | 770 views | 2 replies |

terry164844

Sending Product SKU/Order# to Authorize.net

How can I send the line item product # to Authorize.net so that on the Authorize.net email it shows the product on the order. It just has the ProductID #.

After looking at the code in confirm.php it seem I can simply add another index. Is this true?

while ( !$WA_Store_Cart->EOF() ) {
$nextIndex = count($AuthNet_itemized[0]);
$AuthNet_itemized[0][$nextIndex] = "ID";
$AuthNet_itemized[1][$nextIndex] = "".$WA_Store_Cart->DisplayInfo("ID") ."";
$nextIndex = count($AuthNet_itemized[0]);
$AuthNet_itemized[0][$nextIndex] = "Name";
$AuthNet_itemized[1][$nextIndex] = "".$WA_Store_Cart->DisplayInfo("Name") ."";


Can I do just this? I have the SKU column defined in the cart.

$nextIndex = count($AuthNet_itemized[0]);
$AuthNet_itemized[0][$nextIndex] = "SKU";
$AuthNet_itemized[1][$nextIndex] = "".$WA_Store_Cart->DisplayInfo("SKU") ."";



Also, the order # is the sessionID in Authorize.net. How can I make that the order #? It seems that the order is not generated until after the authorize.net confirmation so maybe this is not possible. I'm trying to make some way of connecting the PS order and the Authorize.net order via a unique # or field.

Thanks, Terry

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Jason ByrnesWebAssist

No, you cannot create another index, but you could concatenate the SKU on the name:
$AuthNet_itemized[0][$nextIndex] = "Name";
$AuthNet_itemized[1][$nextIndex] = "SKU:".$WA_Store_Cart->DisplayInfo("SKU") ." Name:".$WA_Store_Cart->DisplayInfo("ID") ."";








The order number in power store is based on the ID of the record created in the order table. The record is not stored in the database unless the order is success full, so the ID sent to Authorize.net cannot be changed. However, the session ID is stored in the orderReferanceID column of the orders table. This column can be used to match the Authorize.net order number with the order in the database.

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terry164844

Jason,

This is perfect. Thank you. This will allow me to match the order with the payment. Thanks a lot.

Terry

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