[ic] custom payments - very bad GlobalSub problem (?)
Wed, 7 Mar 2001 20:09:02 -0500
On Wed, Mar 07, 2001 at 03:24:04PM -0800, Larry Morley wrote:
> Hi -
> Hopefully someone can help me out here; I really need it...
> I can't get the GlobalSub for authorizenet, signio, etc. working. I
> created a simple script and put it in my /usr/lib/interchange/eg/globalsub
> directory (that's the directory created by the RPM install and makecat).
> I need to get Interchange to interface to a variety of different systems.
> Unfortunately right now I cant get custom payment processing to talk
> to anything at all...
> I don't actually know if the globalsub in question is getting found and
> executed. The error in the error.log file simply says:
> ... construct /cgi-bin/construct/process.html bad custom payment
> GlobalSub: authorizenet
> The script compiles fine with the GlobalSub, etc. tags removed (when I
> turn it into a regular Perl script for a minute). I've replaced the
> authorizenet script with everything I can think of including a simple
> script that shouldn't do anything more than create a file. Even that
> doesn't work (no file is created, and the same error as above ends up
> in error.log).
It's not obvious to me where you are using it. Do you have AllowGlobal
set for that catalog?
> I've stripped this thing down to the point where its as lean as it can be.
> My /etc/interchange.cfg has an #include pointing to it; I've tried putting
> the #include in different parts of the file (no luck). At this point I'm
> certain the thing is actually getting found and executed by Interchange.
> Been through the mailing list archives, and tried everything that looked
> applicable... Can someone help me out? It's Interchange 4.6.3-1 (RPM
> install) on RedHat 6.2.
> I'd like to have a very simple GlobalSub that does nothing more than
> echo whatever's passed to it (for order info) by GlobalSub. I thought I'd
> written one. But ... Also, does anyone know where there are docs on
> these gizmos? Especially the custom payment routine ones?
> Thanks in advance,
> Larry Morley
> Interchange-users mailing list
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