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API and Authorize.net
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(Aug 8th, 2009, 1:01 PM)Ben Wrote: Hi Al,

I haven't done any authorize.net integrations myself, but I would imagine they have some sort of a callback mechanism like other payment gateways. e.g. PayPal has what they call "IPN" ("Instant Payment Notification") which submits a request to your server after a successful payment. You can use this to trigger Form Tools to finalize the submission in your database.

This may seem a little off-topic, but you might want to give the PayPal integration tutorial a quick read through. The details are for PayPal, but most payment gateways would work the same way - so maybe you can salvage the info for your integration?
http://docs.formtools.org/tutorials/paypal

Sorry I couldn't be more help.

- Ben
Thanks for the suggestion Ben, I will look into it.
I know that Authorize.net sends out a trigger with pass/fail type of thing. So I will keep plugging away at it.

If you are interested in working on some Authorize.net Integration, here is their documentation and code sample for their PHP AIM (Advanced Integration Method) API standards. and API documentation.

Thanks for your help.
AL


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API and Authorize.net - by Big Al - Aug 7th, 2009, 9:03 AM
RE: API and Authorize.net - by Ben - Aug 8th, 2009, 1:01 PM
RE: API and Authorize.net - by Big Al - Aug 10th, 2009, 8:19 AM

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