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Authorize.net ADC -> how to store response values?


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Can anyone help me understand how to store the values Authorize.Net returns from a credit card transaction? We will be performing AUTH_ONLY, and must store the Transaction ID that's returned in the database for later (off line) CAPTURE.

 

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Hi,

 

You don't need to store that transaction id. Since you use AUTH_ONLY, it will stay there in your authorizenet account for 30 days. When you want to authorize the transaction, click on that transaction and click on "Capture" Button.

 

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Bn

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Thank you, Bao.

 

I need to CAPTURE in using a batch upload file in Authorize.Net - because I have several hundred captures each day - cannot key these manually.

 

Currently on our OS Commerce web site we do not AUTH - we only to the Mod10 check. Later, I merge data from my shipping system with the credit card number, expiry, card holder name, etc. from OS Commerce MySQL, and create a batch upload file for Authorize.Net that performs AUTH_CAPTURE. This works well.

 

But now we want to add AUTH_ONLY to the OS Commerce web site using ADC. This means our batch upload file needs perform PRIOR_AUTH_CAPTURE and needs to reference the Transaction ID of the original AUTH_ONLY. From my read of Authorize.Net specs, they send Transaction ID in their response, but I do not see how to store it in my database.

 

Any idea how this can be done?

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  • 2 months later...

Just wondering if anyone knows how to do what I am attempting. When the person checks out, I am doing an AUTH_ONLY. When the product is shipped, I want to capture the funds. I spoke with authorize.net and they said it would have to a function of the shopping cart. Hope someone can help. Thanks in advance.

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