Of course! but... you might want to make sure and wait for another commenter to confirm my answer as I am not very confident. Better yet, why don't you contact the iPage guys because they can answer you better...
Basically all you have to do is change this line in modules/authorizenet_direct.php:.
X_Type => 'AUTH_CAPTURE',.
X_Type => 'AUTH_ONLY',..
Yes, however, then you would need to go back and manually insert a new transaction for the capture...
Ok, I can find this file:authorizenet.php, but not authorizenet_direct.php. I can't seem to find the right file to change?..
Forgive my igonorance....
I did see that you would need to change x_Type => 'AUTH_ONLY', but what.
Says about the capture is what is confusing me..
, would I have to run the capture manually in osCommerce or in my Authorize.net account?.
Also, if I'm running the capture separately, does that mean I have to store the CC # in my database or is it already in Authorize.net in sort of a "pending" mode, waiting for me to capture the funds? (Please be the latter, please be the latter, please be the latter...) I really don't want to store CC#'s in my db, seems too risky for a novice such as myself..
Well, the way OSC is currently constructed, you can either do an Auth, and Auth/hold, or an Auth/Capture, but not more than one at a time..
If you change all of your transactions to be Auth/hold instead of Auth/Capture, when you wanted to go back to capture then funds, you would have to go into your Authorize.net account, and put in a "Re-Billable" transaction using the masked CC number that auth.net provides. In order to put in a "Re-Billable" tr4ansaction you first have to disable the cvv verification..
It's all very much a pain in the ass. I completly agree that there needs to be a way to re-bill through OSC, but currently, there is no such solution...
I just implemented the Authorizenet for AIM contribution in a MS2 snapshot (takes the CCV #). Very easy installation. I'm doing a AUTH_ONLY as well. When you're ready to capture just go into your Authorizenet account, click on "Unsettled Transactions" then click on the transaction you want to capture. The next screen will have a "Void" and "Capture" buttons. Click "Capture".
I am looking for this file too and STILL can't find it... Anyone know what is going on? I am using MS2 and the only authnet finle in the modules section is authorizenet.php..
And the new file is in there. I think the latest one is the Authorizenet Consolidated v12...
Which contribution exactly did you install... there are a few in there. A link would be nice.
Here's the link to the contribution I installed:.
This file they mention that you have to change..
I believe that file gets added when you install the contribution that I mention in the message just above your last post:.
Going through posts referring to Authorize.net Consolidated looking for suggestions here...hence the late response. If you all are still using Authorize.net Consolidated, it is now at version 1.4 and has included (which I should've done long ago) the ability to do that. I have also made a lot more changes, and am trying to make the contribution more robust and would appreciate feedback. If you could all go to the main thread discussing this I would appreciate it:.
And I can field questions if they're all in the same thread versus a lot of threads out there..
If anyone has any insight or can at least point me in the right direction it would be greatly appreciated..
I'm using osCommerce with Authorize.net and I need to change the transaction settings to authorize the cards only then allow the store owner to capture the funds after the item(s) ship. Is this something I set up on the osCommerce end, or in Authorize.net. I didn't see a way to do this in the Authorize.net log in so I think it is on the osCommerce side but I'm not sure..
My thoughts are that this is something simple that I'm just missing so if anyone could at least point me to a forum or help docs somewhere I would be grateful [I've already searched this forum and the Authorize.net help docs].
And I know that a wise person would say that if I don't know the answer to this question then I shouldn't be doing e-commerce at all :oops: ... but I'm already knee deep in it so it would be difficult to back out now.
Thanks for any help,.
Well, you are not alone on this one. I am looking for the very same thing. If I find something, I will get back to you.....