[ic] "Can't figure out credit card expiration"
Cameron B. Prince
Tue, 14 Nov 2000 08:53:34 -0600
You should check to make sure MCKencrypt and MCKdecrypt have executable file
permissions (chmod 755) and also there are some hardcoded paths in the
CCMck*.pm's. Make sure each of these paths are correct.
[mailto:email@example.com]On Behalf Of Brian Clare
Sent: Tuesday, November 14, 2000 8:13 AM
Subject: Re: [ic] "Can't figure out credit card expiration"
Thanks for the reply Sonny.
I'm using 4.6 Interchange and 3.2 CyberCash MCK
I had been using the CyberCash test CC number, but when I using a
completely bad number I got the following in the catalog error.log:
18.104.22.168 rAgxiubJ:22.214.171.124 - [13/November/2000:17:27:32 -0600]
demo /cgi-bin/demo/process.html Fatal error on charge operation
'mauthonly': open2: exec of
/home/httpd/html/porte/test-mck/mck-cgi/MCKencrypt failed at
/home/interch/lib/CCMckDirectLib3_2.pm line 403
and "Credit Card Information (Can't figure out credit card type.) " on
the order page.
Does that help?
Sonny Cook wrote:
> Unfortunately the cybercash processing code does not return the correct
> error to the checkout page. If you type in a bad number, do you get any
> error messages? What version are you running?
> Sonny Cook
> "I don't want fifteen dollars." --Franklin D. Rooselvelt
> On Mon, 13 Nov 2000, Brian Clare wrote:
> > Sonny Cook wrote:
> > >
> > > Did you set:
> > > CreditCardAuto No
> > > in your catalog.cfg?
> > >
> > Sonny:
> > Yes I did in both spots in calalog.cfg. Correct?
> > Trying to get CyberCash working as well or in place of encryption. I've
> > copied the CC.pm's to the Interchange lib directory as I saw mentioned
> > in a post. I can't seem to find the directive "CyberCash Yes" in the
> > catalog.cfg file as mentioned in the docs. Has this been replaced by
> > "CYBER_MODE" variable?
> > I now am receiving the "error in Red" message after check out, but no
> > error message. I saw the posts last week re: this behavior, but the
> > transactions not showing up at CyberCash either.
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