Goemerchant?

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    r180
    Asked on June 17, 2010 at 07:39 PM
    Any hopes of supporting www.goemerchant.com as a gateway?
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    aytekin
    Answered on June 22, 2010 at 02:23 AM
    I added this to our suggestions list. Thanks.
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    r180
    Answered on June 22, 2010 at 10:02 AM
    Maybe you can help... Goemerchant has an authorize.net emulator.We can get it working quite easily, I think, but I may need your help.Here's what I'm supposed to do according to goemerchant:Enter my goemerchant 5 digit id into the API Login ID and my Gateway ID into the Trans key. But, when I click test, I get an error message.I also added the post to URL address they gave me into the 'thank you' custom url... and clicked 'yes' in preferences for 'send post data.'I set up a form titled 'goemerchant authorize.net' as a test. You can check it out if you'd like.Here's some communications from goemerchant:If you want to use the emulator, check and see if the "POST TO URL" is modifiable. By default its something like https://secure.authorize.net/secure/authorize.dll or something like that. If you can change that text, then the Login ID you would use would be your transaction center id(which should be a 5 digits number like 45123, something along those lines). The tran key you would use, would be the Gateway ID of your account, which you can either get off the top of the receipt page i sent you, or login to your Virtual Terminal, and go to the Security Settings tab & click Gateway Options. There your Gateway ID would be listed out. So the final thing you would need would be the URL to send the transaction to which is https://secure.goemerchant.com/secure/gateway/aegateway.aspx
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    aytekin
    Answered on June 22, 2010 at 11:11 AM
    I also added this to our suggestions list. If it has an authorize.net emulator it is probably not very difficult to implement. However, since we recently released a new version we have lots of things in our plate and we cannot work on this right now.

    Thanks for your understanding.