I'm trying to find out if there is an API call that will return whether
or not CIM has been enabled on an account or not.Right now we have the
occassional customer who has initial issues with our payment
implementation, and it often is a result of th...
Hi, Initial tests suggest that if the customer->description node of the
createCustomerProfileFromTransactionRequest request is not used, then
some oder details are auto-injected into the "description" of the
Customer Profile in CIM. This is also true...
Hi there, wondering if you can help me understand why Accept.js is
getting triggered two times, when I'm only (intentionally) calling it
once.This is a screengrab of Firefox's "Network" debugger tab, where it
shows both calls. It's the "OPTIONS" meth...
Hi,We are making calls directly to your API, and I'd like to get a
clearer understanding of the differences that occur when passing in
"ture" vs "false" for the testRequest value. Here's a code snippet, so
give context:FIRSTLY:The "settingValue", in ...
Hi, I'm wondering if the data nonce, that is generated (and returned) by
Accept.js, has a lifespan/expiration, or if it can be used indefinitely?
Obviously, once it's been used, it dies haha. That much I do know, but
how long does it remain viable to...
@RichardHin the mean time, I am trying to code with what @mmcguire has
suggested in mind. Here's my problem/issue though; I've not found his
claim of the error code of E00044 to present reliably, and would like to
troubleshoot it.So, to that end, can...
@mmcguire, I'd like to think that's the case, but I'm not finding that
to be true. I'll do some digging to see if I'm mistaken, or if my code
just isn't catching that, but it seems like I would get that message if
it were being sent, and I'm not.