[ic] More reliable (or hassle free) alternative to AuthorizeNet?
edl at newmediaems.com
Mon Nov 24 07:54:13 EST 2003
At 08:17 PM 11/23/2003 -0600, you wrote:
> > Have you confirmed that there is indeed an AuthorizeNet.pm file in
> > VENDROOT/lib/Vend/Payment/ ? Has this file been uploaded from a Windows
> > machine via ftp?
>This is where it is:
>I downloaded a copy of the file to my hard drive some time ago to read it.
>I wanted to read the one on the server, rather than the one at Kevin Walsh's
>RTFM site, in case they were not the same versions. However, there was no
>need to re-upload via ftp since I didn't alter the file. What would have
>happened if I had re-uploaded from Windowss via ftp?
>The error message you are getting seems to suggest that
> > interchange cannot find the authorizenet subroutine, which is located in
> > this file.
>**Does that mean that Interchange might not find the file in:
I'm really not sure; I have never tried to use the module from that
location. All the interchange payment modules (including AuthorizeNet.pm)
are typically located in VENDROOT/lib/Vend/Payment/. I would not hurt to
copy the module to that location, restart interchange and try again. I do
know that the stock perl 5.8.0 that comes with Red Hat dists *will* cause
problems with most of the payment modules, and needs to be recompiled with
threading turned off.
>It's really been a disheartening part of the experience. The Catalog is
>finished. The client loves it. I'm rather proud of it myself. It will
>elevate my client's catalog to world class. Interchange has done more than
>any of the other commercially available alternatives were capable of doing
>(I tested almost 50 of them). I suspect that this AuthorizeNet problem is
>not due to any shortcoming of Interchange. Something else is going on here.
No doubt this is just an issue with setup and configuration - myself and
many others can attest to the fact that the interchange Authorizenet module
works quite well. Perhaps you need to seek out the assistance of a consultant.
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