- anthonyAsked on July 21, 2012 at 06:39 PM
I am considering the paid version of Jotform. However, I would not be using any of the listed payment options. I would either be using eProcessing Network (ePN) or Network Merchants (NMI) as my payment gateway, where both have Authorize.net emulators where I would need you to change the post url from Authorize.net's to whichever of the two...ePN or NMI I decide to go with. Assuming that I am a paid user, is this something that you would do?
- jeanettebmzAnswered on July 21, 2012 at 10:59 PM
Thank you for taking into consideration to become a paid user.Let me tell you that our current payment tools are completely available either for paid or free users.
Regarding to the implementation of ePN, there are no current plans to implement ePN or NMI in the near future. Our development team work is based on priorities. A priority is set when a considerable number of people is reporting a bug or requesting a new feature. Therefore, if we see an increasing number of people requesting this feature , the development team might consider to implement it .
I have now send your request to our REQUEST LIST. Like I said, the priority might change with time if more people add their vote to this feature.
- anthonyAnswered on July 22, 2012 at 03:47 AM
If it will help make my case, please note that integrating NMI would mean that you are also integrating dozens of other payment gateways, given that several gateways actually just rebrand NMI. For example, please note:
The same is also true for T-Gate Payments, where others also rebrand their gateway. While I could understand not integrating eProcessing Network if there does not seem to be enough interest, with NMI and T-Gate I am sure the interest is there, but spread out over the multiple rebrands. I know this because I work in Merchant Services.
I make the point about considering a paid account because one I would need it because I will need more than one form. For two, I would not expect you to honor a special request for a free member. When I am asking about whether or not you would change the post url for me, this is not Jotform doing a full-on integration. I understand that priorities dictate what you do, but the response does not specifically say that you would not change the post url for me, so for the sake of clarification, please let me know if this is something that Jotform would or would not do.
- jeanettebmzAnswered on July 22, 2012 at 01:40 PM
Unfortunately the development team is not able to make customized integrations, since they are very busy with bugs on new releases and with new long time scheduled projects .
Like I said, unless they see an increasing number of people requesting the same integration feature, I am afraid to tell that this request, will have to wait as for now. However, the ticket with the request is already open, hopefully more people will see it and add their vote up.
- The eWAY TeamAnswered on July 24, 2012 at 08:12 PM
Some of our 11,000+ merchants have expressed an interest in Jotform. Hopefully when the development team starts the next round of integrations, they will consider including our gateway too!
The eWAY Team
- jeanettebmzAnswered on July 24, 2012 at 10:41 PM
Thank you very much for expressing such interest on behalf of your merchants database. I will send a message to the dev team , so they can consider to include your gateway aswell into the next round of integrations.
- PRNAAAnswered on August 08, 2012 at 04:06 PM
I would like to echo the request for integration of NMI payments. As it stands, I use JotForms to create forms with quantity and price requests but then, after inserting the JotForms script in my webpages, I have to insert a separate form (generated by NMI) to allow users to actually make their payments. That makes this a two-step process and very prone to error on the part of people ordering services. (We get a significant number of JotForm submissions with no payment or payment with no JotForm submission.)
- jeanettebmzAnswered on August 08, 2012 at 09:31 PM
I have added your vote to our feature request list
If there is any update, you should see it on this thread
- grrrAnswered on June 25, 2013 at 06:55 PM
Has NMI been added yet? I would like to use jotform and this payment method as well.
- rberknessAnswered on September 05, 2013 at 06:03 PM
Your support team would just need to change two lines of code to get the Authorize.net API to work with the eProcessing "Authorize.net" emulator. This could be done very quickly and easily.
If your third party cart offers Authorize.Net TM eProcessingNetwork also offers emulation of Authorize.NetTM. This makes it easy for developers who have already integrated Authorize.NetTM to utilizeeProcessingNetwork Transaction Processing Services.
Typically all a developer has to do is change the URL they access from
Pass in the merchants' eProcessingNetwork Account Number as the x_login. Additional details about the Authorize.NetTM emulator offered by eProcessingNetwork are available here.
- JotForm SupportjonathanAnswered on September 05, 2013 at 09:24 PM
Hi, may I suggest that you create a separate thread regarding your concern. Please use this link
We will attend to it at once.
- JotForm SupportNeilVicenteAnswered on September 13, 2014 at 12:50 AM
Authorize.Net emulation is now possible.
1. Select your form's payment field
2. Right-click on it, then click Show Properties
3. Select from one of the available merchant gateways
4. Save your form
Do let us know if you encounter any problems.