Not sure if this is the correct place to post this, but it seems the
authorize environment is down. I can't reach the pages that access the
API, which tells me I should probably fix that on my end, but this lets
you know that it is down. :)
Me again- I'm having a lot of trouble integrating this. Here is the
goal:User signs up on the website. Fast and easy, all that is required
is their email and a password.* This then also creates a Customer
Profile at Authorize.Net, of which the ID is ...
I'm making this into an actualy post since it is a separate question,
but I'm having some trouble using the API. The Ruby on Rails
authorize-net gem has methods to easily call most actions such as
creating/updating a profile, transaction, etc. Howeve...
Hi all. We've got a slight problem. I'm a new-ish freelance developer
making a site for a start-up. They generally only do
cash/over-the-phone/hand delivery of items. As they are getting more
popular, they want to move onto the internet world to hand...
Me again! (Again...) Solved the issue. Posting here for future reference
of others. :) So it turns out, the Hosted Profile generates a
payment/shipping profile when that information is typed in. This is
expected. To retrieve that data, you must make ...
For those in the future having the same trouble, I'll post the answer
here: Turns out one of the main problems I was having was not passing in
any of the optional parameters in the XML. Make sure you have at least
the hostedProfileSettings and the va...
I've tried a variety of different types of POST requests and have been
pretty unsuccessul so far. Post_form has been the only one that actually
returns any useful info. The others lead to a variety of different
errors. Changing the code to: xml = "