[ic] CC processing
mark at americanmicroinc.com
Mon May 17 10:26:19 EDT 2004
New Media E.M.S. wrote:
> At 08:50 AM 5/17/2004 -0400, you wrote:
>> Hi again all,
>> First, let me say a HUGE thank you for this lists' existance. It is a
>> Next, I'm working on getting CC processing nailed down so I can roll
>> this cart out and get it online and taking orders. When I run a test
>> order with a live credit card I'm getting this message at the top of
>> the page.
>> There were errors in your last submission:
>> (Payment process): There was an error accepting payment: Real-time
>> charge failed. Reason:
>> The areas you need to correct are shown in this color below.
>> problem is...there's nothing colored. the form looks the same as it
>> did when I hit the "Place Order" button on the previous screen.
>> payments settings:
>> CHECK_ACCEPTED 0 Payment
>> COD_ACCEPTED 0 Payment
>> CREDIT_CARDS_ACCEPTED visa mc discover amex Payment
>> MV_PAYMENT_HOST Payment
>> MV_PAYMENT_ID xxxxxxxxx
>> MV_PAYMENT_MODE authorizenet Payment
>> MV_PAYMENT_PARTNER Payment
>> MV_PAYMENT_REFERER Payment
>> MV_PAYMENT_SECRET xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx Payment
>> MV_PAYMENT_VENDOR Payment
>> POSTAL_ACCEPTED Payment
>> PO_ACCEPTED 0 Payment
>> SETTLE_TRANSACTION 1
>> The value for MV_PAYMENT_SECRET is the transaction key that was
>> generated by authorize.net that we're currently using on two other
>> shopping carts that we're using that we desperately want to get away
>> What am I missing here?
>> Mark Weaver
>> American Micro - Webmaster
> I've seen this happen with threaded Perl - what Perl version are you
> running, and did you compile it yourself?
> - Ed
Yes, I compiled perl myself and disabled threading. It was the only way
I could get Interchange to install.
American Micro - Webmaster
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