Help! We are using ampersands in our cancel URL and submit URL and the
payment form is failing to load! We need to build a URL with multiple
GET parameters to have proper security with the cancel and submission of
orders on our website. Which means w...
Could someone please tell me why this is spaming our logs from the
AuthorizeNet Java SDK? This is very bothersome for our customers. We use
the AcceptHosted method and poll every 10 seconds for unsettled
transactions. [2020-05-07 10:44:47,089] [ WARN...
I am in the process of setting max character limits for fields that we
will let our customers modify to meet their needs. When I send this over
as a merchant name using the Java SDK for Accept Hosted: "Dunder Mifflin
How much text can we fit in here ...
We are not sure exactly when this started happening, but whenever we try
to redirect to an AuthorizeNet payment form there is a 550 error using
this URL: test.authorize.net/gateway/transact.dll We know SIM is
deprecated but as far as we know it shoul...
We are using the SIM implentation to reduce as much liabilty as we can
on our end. Recently we were questioned about our PCI compliance. I know
that on AuthorizeNet's end their PCI compliance is being handled by
Trustwave. But is there a list of step...
Excuse me. But why the hell isn't this in the API? I used that API as a
guide and I expect ALL settings to be in there. Now I released our
product, the duplicate window is not 0, so my customers they are having
issues with submitting the form when th...
Yeah...that is still weird. I have never seen a partial encoding like
that. You either encode the params themselves or the entire URL. Not one
particular character. The goal of an API is to make the job easier for
the person using it. Why not just do...
You mean partially encode. Because that http:// is still not encoded.
And encoding only part of a URL is weird and clunky. Because I want to
just do this: returnSettingsJSON.put("url", URLEncoder.encode(
submitOrderURL, StandardCharsets.ISO_8859_1 )
I have seen both "Administrators" and "Certified Developers" replying to
threads around me for the past two months so clearly they are ignoring
me - or they just want to see how far this creative story goes. But both
are unacceptable. And ironically ...
Sorry guys, took a little vacation. Just needed some time away from the
office for some rest, relaxation, and purging those AuthNet logs from my
dreams. In those past few weeks we have maxed out our hard drives with
4.3 million lines of "Defaulting t...