As it seems most SPAM messages contain a link somewhere in them, I
suggest simply removing the ability to include links that are not on the
authorize.net domain. Either that, or force the registrations to be tied
to a valid authorize.net account inst...
Situation: I need to track a COMPANY NUMBER, and an INVOICE NUMBER from
a specific "getHostedPaymentPageRequest", so that all
"getTransactionDetailsRequest" in the future will have the COMPANY
NUMBER and INVOICE NUMBER. The INVOICE NUMBER is simple, ...
Webhooks from the sandbox are failing to fire. "Test Webhook" (after
marking inactive) returns "Error:Error occured in connecting to the
endpoint: http://api.webhookinbox.com/i/Eq48KQUo/in/." ..Even for the
"api.webhookinbox.com" testing site. :-( An...
We have a TLD that is "somesite.plumbing", and it works great everywhere
else. But when setting it up in the "Webhooks" area, it says it's an
invalid URL. When I swap it to .com, .net, or some other common TLD, it
stops complaining. Authorize.net: We...
This one has me really scratching my head. I'm trying to query the API
to give me all transactions for a customer, or specifically for just a
specific invoice number, even if the customer did not tick the 'Save
this payment method for the future' box...
Due to the slow (and I mean SLOW!) development pace of Authorize.net,
I'd highly recommend a different provider. We've been begging for a
hosted ARB solution for a long time, and now at least we can create an
ARB from a customer payment profile. But ...
Annoyingly, I think the only route is toUse Accept Customer to create
the customer and payment profiles.Then bounce back to the app and tell
it to "Create ARB from a payment profile".Once the Subscription exists,
there seems to be no PCI compliant wa...
As far as I know, the route you have to go is --- Setup the customer,
then call the "getAcceptCustomerProfilePage" endpoint which returns a
token. Then you use that token (search google for 'authorize.net api
customer profiles hosted') to open the cu...
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