This is a yes and no type answer. eAuthorize does not support a batch upload of a single file containing multiple transaction requests for the gateway to process. Receiving reporting back on the success or failure of the transaction is …

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Recently, users of Authorize.net where notified of changes to the gateway prompted by MasterCard and Discover modifying their rules concerning the processing of debit, prepaid and gift cards. We have been researching the impact of these changes on the eAuthorize …

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Registering your plug-in by entering your license information in the plug-in configuration screen will sometimes fail due to permission issues (i.e. forgets the registration or cannot create registration) file on the installation computer. When this happens, typically it can be …

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It doesn’t require that you login to any interface on the payment gateway. You never have to leave your database to conduct the charge. You can fully integrate it into your database so you can pull up the record that …

Does data transfer via eAuthorize automatically or does it require a user interface? Read more »

If you are currently exporting your transactions from your database in a file, uploading that specially formatted file to a payment processor, and then the processor is running the transactions, eAuthorize can help The advantage of eAuthorize is that it …

We currently pass credit card data to the payment gateway via an import file. How is eAuthorize different, can it help us? Read more »