We have an issue in auto redirect to our success page.
We have integrated the auth.net DPM and have a CC details collecting form on our checkout confirmation page, which posts CC details to auth.net API URL, but here it again shows the same customer details and CC info on auth.net API invoice page and user has to manually click on pay now to complete the transaction and redirect back our to our cart success page. What we want is the auth.net invice page must be skipped and our success page should be shown, instead of displaying the same CC and customer info on our cart confirmation page as well as auth.net API URL (invoice page).
I have searched hours for soln , but no succes so far. In short what we want is the customers not to resubmit the pay now again on https://test.authorize.net/gateway/transact.dll which is already submitted on our confirmation page.
If it is not using the relay response url, are you passing the param telling it to use relay response?
read the basics and troubleshooting
I have defined the relay response and the authorise.net sends us back to our success page, but it is not seamless, like let me explain again.
We place the order, on our checkout confirmation page we submit the CC details and hit the payment button to post the payment detail to authorise.net, we are redirected to the authorise.net .dll url, and again the same info is populated , the CC details, customer info etc. We have to again click on Pay now on the API url and then we are redirected to our success page (relay response url). What we want is once the customer submits CC details on our confirmation page, it should not show the pay now button on the .dll api url, but should staright away process in backend and customer should directly see our success page (replay response url).
Any feedback on the above will be helpul.
"we are redirected to the authorise.net .dll url, and again the same info is populated , the CC details, customer info etc. We have to again click on Pay now on the API url"
sound like you pass in some param wrong. read the DPM section on the SIM doc.