We have been running the Authorize.net just as Dale mentioned, and it works
great! The only gotchas are that you will need to specify with
Authorize.net what your referring url is (added layer of security), and that
the Declines are not very descriptive (also and Authorize.net issue.
Emerald just passes the result codes).
Other than that, we are very happy with it, and it REALLY beats the manual
batch stuff of the past.
----- Original Message -----
From: "Dale E. Reed Jr." <email@example.com>
Sent: Thursday, September 12, 2002 2:24 PM
Subject: RE: [Emerald]
> > Dale, can you give me a little more information concerning this? ...
> > filled out the application, and when I speak to their "sales"
> > they will know what I mean when I say "integreate with emerald"??
> > Sorry to ask so many questions, I have just been trying to fix this for
> > month.
> Once you get your Authorize.net account (id/password), just go into
> Emerald 4 admin and under global, CC batch set:
> Type: Authorize.net Real
> Username: <your username>
> Password: <your password>
> CC Proc URL: https://secure.authorize.net/gateway/transact.dll
> There isn't anything special or needed to setup with Authorize.net.
> Then just do your CC Exports as normal and they will be processed
> in real time. There is no CC Imports with realtime systems, either.
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