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suscrofa

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Hello!

 

I have searched the forums for a clear and recent response for the correct URLs to type nto the relay/reciept. I have tried numerous variations/combinations, and none get me to the transaction page in authorize.net. I have the SIM version installed and have no SSL. Do I still use "https" to start both lines? Is the https server in includes/configure have an https? I changed it from true to false on the line that asks enable SSL.

 

From what I have seen in the forums, both lines should read:

 

https://naturs-way/petstore/catalog/checkout_process.php

 

Please set me straight, I have wasted a lot of time trying to get this expensive payment gateway working. Thank you.

 

Lark

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Here are descriptions of SIM and AIM from the authorize.net knowledgebase:

Glossary

Server Integration Method (SIM)

An Authorize.Net Payment Gateway Web site connection method that allows merchants to post transactions directly to the payment gateway's secure server and requires transaction-unique encryption for transaction authentication. SIM provides merchants with a hosted payment form (the Web page that collects the customer's payment information) and a hosted receipt page (the Web page that reports a summary of the transaction back to the customer).

Advanced Integration Method (AIM)

The preferred method for connecting a merchant Web site to the Authorize.Net Payment Gateway. AIM allows merchants to customize their own payment form (the Web page that collects the customer's payment information) and receipt page (the Web page that reports a summary of the transaction back to the customer), as well as submit transactions over an end-to-end Secure Sockets Layer (SSL) connection

 

 

It does not mention anything about a SSL required under SIM, which is why I chose it in the first place. I still have the same problem.

 

Lark

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