[ic] CC processing

Mark Weaver mark at americanmicroinc.com
Mon May 17 13:07:23 EDT 2004

Bryan D Gmyrek wrote:

>>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		       Payment
>>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
>>The value for MV_PAYMENT_SECRET is the transaction key that was
>>generated by authorize.net that we're currently using on two other
> Hi Mark.  I'm not sure what you mean by transaction key.  I thought you
> were supposed to put your authorize.net password here (same as you use to
> log in to secure.authorize.net).  Maybe this is what you mean...?  If not
> I'd try putting the password there.
> Also, what I have is different:
> CREDIT_CARDS_ACCEPTED   visa mc amex    Payment
> MV_PAYMENT_MODE authorizenet    Payment
> AUTHNET_ID      xxxxx        Payment
> AUTHNET_MODE    custom authorizenet     Payment
> AUTHNET_REFERER https://www.mydomain.com/process    Payment
> AUTHNET_SECRET  xxxmypasswordxxx       Payment
> AUTHNET_SERVER  https://secure.authorize.net    Payment
> Then on authorize.net go into the settings and put
> https://www.mydomain.com/process in there (don't remember exactly where
> but snoop around).
> Good luck,
> Bryan


I'm not sure I understand the AUTHNET_REFERER value here. Other than 
that everything else makes sense.

Mark Weaver
American Micro - Webmaster

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