@fc_adam we updated the code per the docs and the client ran another test. The results were the same, the clicks are shown in the report but not the final transaction.
I'll whisper the store information to you.
@fc_adam where is the customer's CC information stored then? In Foxycart or in the client's Payment Gateway? If they have clients that don't want their CC information stored for future transactions, is there anything the client can do to have that…
@fc_adam per the instructions, if the client does not have a SSL cert on their site, then we have to use http:// and then change the configuration setting on the receipt to http://, correct? Did I read that correctly?
To remove a card, the easiest thing is to make a quick API call to replace their CC# with a test card (4111111111111111). This change we made in 2.0 was to simplify the checkout, as Adam noted, but if there's demand, we'll look at adding add…
Following up on this forum posting, Foxycart has tools that allows you to pass information to Quickbooks:
As such, Quickbooks apparently can then be connected with Fishbowl. If th…
So we implemented the code from your recommendation above.
However these newly added scripts caused a validation bug on shipping and custom fields. The validation message for all the custom fields (shipping and a question we have before f…
Thanks for the followup.
Instead they will be presented an open input where they can write the check number, invoice number or whatever is decided between your clients and their customers as the Purchase Order # to be entered.
I like that a…
Thanks for the info.
1. The client is wanting a drop dead ON/OFF switch so this option might be more complex than what they'd want:
So you could give customers the link and they could proceed to the Foxy-hosted checkout page to confirm th…
Thanks for your follow up...that helped a lot.
Got a few more questions for you:
* So if billing the customer for their subscription (i.e. every month) triggers a new transaction, what's happening to the original transaction details or t…
@fc_adam you had said earlier:
Subscriptions are automatically re-run at their specified interval. Each time they are re-run, that triggers a brand new transaction.
What we want to know is whether you are altering the original transaction details li…
@ysanmiguel can you provide a little more information. What version of MODX Revo and what version of Foxycart are you using? We recently inherited a site running on MODX Revo using Foxycart 1.1 that was using HMAC setup by the previous development…
Thanks for the follow up. We have some questions to get a little more clarification:
* Where is the transaction datafeed sent after each successful transaction?
* Is that the same url datafeed endpoint set in the store admin?
* Is the su…
Thanks for the response. We took the information you provided and began creating our own custom code. We do have a few questions:
You mentioned that foxycart is using the same datafeed endpoint for every transaction and for every ev…
To confirm, you're referring to this in the Foxycart admin (not Authorize.net admin), correct?
If so, the tip in the admin says:
To enable MaxMind's minFraud services, set the minimum score thr…
I do have a question, you said:
You've got a category set to "no shipping" currently - but that will mean the customer wouldn't provide a shipping address. To still allow for a specific shipping address, you'll want to select flat rate de…
@fc_adam thanks for providing clarification on the shipping category...that helped.
Now about editing the fields, above you had mentioned updating the nodes. So here's the XML for the subscriptions: