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Upgrading ARB

When looking at the Upgrade Guide it only indicated the solution for AIM NVP, so I automatically assumed it was that, but looking deeper, we're apparently using AIM ARB.

 

Since AIM ARB wasn't included in the list of End of Life and deprecated methods in the upgrade guide (https://developer.authorize.net/api/upgrade_guide/), is it still recommended to upgrade AIM ARB to Authorize.Net API? If so, how would we be able to upgrade it?

zangief2000
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You should be good if you are using the ARB API.

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Not sure I understand the question, what do you mean by AIM ARB?  AIM is only for single transaction processing.  For recurring you will need the Authorize.Net XML/JSON API   https://developer.authorize.net/api/reference/index.html#recurring-billing

 

Hope this helps,

 

Brian

brianmc
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@brianmc wrote:

Not sure I understand the question, what do you mean by AIM ARB?  AIM is only for single transaction processing.  For recurring you will need the Authorize.Net XML/JSON API   https://developer.authorize.net/api/reference/index.html#recurring-billing

 

Hope this helps,

 

Brian


Hi Brian,

 

Sorry, I'm not yet familiar with Authorize.Net so I thought ARB is also part of AIM. What I meant is just ARB.

 

Basically, I was asking whether our ARB code needs to be upgraded to the latest Authorize.Net API or not because I'm not sure if our code is outdated or not.

 

Thanks :)

You should be good if you are using the ARB API.


@brianmc wrote:

You should be good if you are using the ARB API.


Awesome! Thanks Brian :)