[ic] AuthorizeNet Problems - Charges Without Orders
tech at khouse.org
Fri Feb 9 00:54:47 EST 2007
Steve Graham wrote:
> At 12:13 PM 2/8/2007, you wrote:
>> I've been running Interchange since Minivend 3. Recently I upgraded
>> a bunch of stuff:
>> 1. Operating System from Fedora Core 1 to CentOS 4.4
>> 2. Perl from "v5.8.4 built for i686-linux" to "v5.8.8 built for
>> i686-linux" specifically compiled without threads.
>> 3. IC from 5.2 to 5.4.1.
>> 4. Running in a Plesk 8.1 environment, using permissions based on
>> some post somewhere on the mailing list. Basically group control and
>> files set to interch group, user is domain owner.
>> I did a makecat to get the newest vlink file for my cgi-bin, but then
>> just copied over the whole "catalog" directory for the rest. I had
>> to re-edit lib/Vend/AuthorizeNet.pm to get the Transaction Key to
>> function so we don't have to store our AuthorizeNet password on the
>> server in plain text.
>> It works, but with caveats. There are two major issue's we're
>> seeing, and it affects about 25% of total orders.
>> 1. Charges in AuthorizeNet, with no corresponding order.
>> 2. Double-charges in AuthorizeNet, with one corresponding order.
> Try setting the traffic mode in interchange.cfg
> # Set to "low", "high", or "rpc" to get different server parameters.
> Variable TRAFFIC rpc
> It seem I remember something similar when starting to use IC 5.4 &
> setting to RPC solved it for me.
> Hi guys,
> Thanks for the responses, I'm trying them out. I noticed that setting
> the traffic mode to "rpc" makes IC run in UNIX mode only, without INET
> mode. From what I can tell, INET mode is necessary for a Plesk
> implementation of IC. I found that the store worked until I attempted
> to add something to the cart when it was in UNIX mode only. So I
> changed it back to "high" and set MaxServers to 0 in high mode, is
> that going to have the same effect?
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