[ic] Solution: Cybercash 3.2 and Interchange 4.5.5 Problems
Thu, 9 Nov 2000 12:44:31 -0600
Thanx Ill give taht a try ....... I was wondering about that...i knew taht
if i moved those pms that somewhere i would have to edit code to make it
work. But no one seems to want to tell u that. I really appreciate the help
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> Subject: [ic] Solution: Cybercash 3.2 and Interchange 4.5.5 Problems
> Solution: Cybercash 3.2 and Interchange 4.5.5
> This process worked for me. Cybercash and Interchange are now working on
> my redhat 6 system.
> Thanks to Ben Humphrey, Homestead.com and Mike Heins.
> Set up a test account with CyberCash.
> Download the CyberCash 184.108.40.206 Merchant Connection Kit.
> Test it successfully through their cgi pages
> Move all the CCMck...pm files, and MCkencrypt, MCDecryptpt,
> coputeMDHash, and merchant_conf files,
> that came with the cybercash merchant kit, into the minivend lib folder.
> Replace three of them with the ones linked to at
> http://minivendcybercash.homestead.com/index.html (they are updated by
> cybercash inc. to work with
> minivend). Be sure to remove the .txt extension.
> Look through all the files you have copied over, and change the path to
> the Encrypt, Decrypt and Hash to
> be the new locations in the
> minivend lib folder (ie:
> $MCKencrypt = "/usr/local/minivend/lib/MCKencrypt"; (Make sure these
> are really the locations of the
> $MCKdecrypt = "/usr/local/minivend/lib/MCKdecrypt";
> Make sure the location of the merchant_conf file is set correctly in
> your catalog.cfg file.
> Set your catalog.cfg file payment options like this:
> # This sets up the new payment charge mode in Interchange 4
> # You set it to "custom name", where name is the name of a GlobalSub
> # that performs the charge operation. If it is not "custom", then
> # it will use the CyberCash routines.
> # "minivend_test" is special, and the demo order profile
> # works with the demo order form to test
> #Variable MV_PAYMENT_MODE minivend_test
> # Uncomment to use creditCardAuto if you want, now handled better in
> # order profiles with "&credit_card=standard".
> #CreditCardAuto Yes
> # These are usually all you need for CyberCash 3
> # Uncomment and edit to suit; make sure you remove CreditCardAuto
> Variable CYBER_CONFIGFILE
> Variable CYBER_VERSION 3.2
> Variable CYBER_MODE mauthonly
> #ifdef CYBER_MODE
> Variable MV_PAYMENT_MODE mauthonly
> CreditCardAuto No
> # The old CyberCash stuff still should work, but use the above
> #CyberCash Yes
> This seems to be contrary to what the on-line reference material says!
> Remove all references to
> in your profiles.order file found in <catalog-home>/etc directory.
> For example comment out the two lines with a hashmark.
> [elsif variable MV_PAYMENT_MODE]
> #&credit_card=standard keep __CREDIT_CARDS_ACCEPTED__
> &charge=[var MV_PAYMENT_MODE][cgi mv_payment_test]
> &set=mv_payment Real-time ([var MV_PAYMENT_MODE]) Credit Card
> [elsif config CyberCash]
> &charge=[var CYBER_MODE]
> #&credit_card=standard keep
> That should do it.
> -David Hamann
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