[ic] Refunds via [charge]
emailgrant at gmail.com
Tue Aug 4 18:09:24 UTC 2009
>> What is an auth_code?
> When you use the authorizenet system, they return an authorization
> code when the transaction is authorized, and a transaction id when the
> funds are captured and deposited to your bank account. If you do auth-
> only at the website, then the transaction number has to be collected
> and recorded separately. If you perform an auth/capture at the time
> of sale, then the module receives both back, and interchange can be
> set to record them (e.g. in log_transaction). Note that these numbers
> are both distinct from the interchange order number.
> Here's a handy reference: http://developer.authorize.net/guides/AIM/Submitting_Transactions/Credit_Card_Transaction_Types.htm
> . According to this the transaction ID is sufficient for processing a
> credit, and the authcode is not required.
> . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
> Carl Bailey
> t: 919-323-8025
> carl at endpoint.com
Thanks Carl. There must have been modification to Payment.pm right?
There is no mention of orderid or auth_code parameters here:
Chris, do you plan to committ your Payment.pm changes?
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