I'm using the AuthorizeNet SDK library from Nuget/Github in my C# MVC
project, but I'm trying to add support for partial/split tender
transactions, and I'm confused as to how. There's lots of API
documentation, but next to nothing on the SDK. I can s...
My guess is that Authorize.Net can't make it an atomic operation,
because on their side they have to contact potentially different banks
(or gateways, processors, whatever the term is), one for each card, and
there's no way for those banks to keep in...
I'm just capturing the transaction id of each partial auth individually.
I am still collecting and passing around the split tender id, even
though it doesn't look like it actually does anything. I had already
done it, and I'm still holding out some h...
When I first read about partial authorization, that's what I assumed I
would have to do. Only when I read about split tender transactions and
this split tender id being tracked between them that I thought I was
supposed to be doing something differen...
It does work with authCaptureTransaction. Using authOnlyTransaction
works fine, too, so priorAuthCaptureTransaction is definitely the
problem. If you're seeing similar behavior if you try to separate auth
and capture, that would seem to rule out my a...