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AuthorizeNet SIM payment integration is set in the AShop Administration Panel through Configuration > Payment.
Important: In addition to adding the AuthorizeNet SIM payment option within the AShop Administration Panel, the receipt and response URLs must be set within your Authorize.Net Merchant Account Settings. See instructions below.
Merchant ID (required)
The Merchant ID is assigned by AuthorizeNet. It is viewable through the Authorize.net merchant panel under Settings > Security > API Login ID & Transaction Key and is labeled "API Login ID".
Transaction Key (Required)
The Transaction Key is required in order to connect to the AuthorizeNet SIM method.
Response/Receipt URLs (Required)
The Response and Receipt URL's must be set in the AuthorizeNet Merchant Panel under Response/Receipt URL's. This is only set in the AuthorizeNet Merchant Control Panel. No setting is required for the Response/Receipt URL within the AShop Administration Panel.
To use AuthorizeNet from your Sales Office you will also need to add emerchant/orderquote.php and emerchant/payquote.php. For example;
SSL URL to logo image (optional)
The payment form can optionally include an image of your choice. This most commonly used for the store logo. Since the payment form is accessed through a secure socket layer (SSL) connection, the image URL must also be an SSL connection in order to avoid annoying warning messages. If a non-secure URL is used to link the logo image, the payment form will still work and will display the logo, but a warning message will display to customers indicating that non-secure information is being exchanged.
Test Mode (Recommended before going live)
Check this box to set the payment form to test mode. The text "Test Mode" will display at the top of the payment form and e-mail receipts. When the payment form is in test mode, payments will not post to your merchant account, but the payment receipt will still function. If you have the Authorize.Net Address Verification System (AVS) turned on in your Authorize.Net merchant panel, it will not verify addresses while the payment form is in test mode.
To run test transactions for AuthorizeNet, enter the following credit card number and any future date: 4111111111111111 (4 and fifteen ones).
The personal information and address can be anything since it will not be verified, but in order to test the e-mail receipt function, you must enter a valid e-mail address.
Don't forget to un-check the test mode box and resubmit the changes after successfully testing the payment gateway.
After editing the AuthorizeNet fields, click the "Submit" button to save the changes. To cancel without saving changes, click the "Cancel" button or page back on your browser.
How to contact Authorize.Net
Contact Authorize.Net at E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org or Tel: 1-877-447-3938.
Other Authorize.Net Settings
The following settings are located within the Authorize.Net merchant panel at https://merchant.authorize.net.
Settings > Transaction Submission > Payment Form > Form Fields - The payment form fields can be set to view, edit, or required. The shipping information fields are usually not necessary to view or require in the payment form as shipping information is already collected within AShop V for products that require shipping or tax calculations. See also: AuthorizeNet Payment Form Settings
Transaction Submission > Password-Required Mode - This should be checked.
Transaction Response > Email Receipts - Here is where you can select if the Authorize.Net transaction receipt is to be emailed to the customers or not. You can optionally include message headers and footers.
Security > Card Code Verification - This feature is for fraud prevention. It verifies that the 3 digit security code, which is printed on the back of US credit cards matches with the card issuing bank records. The down side is that a small percentage of U.S. card issuing banks don't support it and non-US credit cards almost always don't support it.
Security > Address Verification - Again, this is for fraud prevention, but a small percentage of US banks and almost all non-US banks don't support it.