Authorize.net

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    jrussell
    Asked on August 28, 2011 at 12:33 AM

    I only have a test account with Authorize.net.

    I can't put in the clients transaction numbers until I know it will work. And work safely.

     

    Once I know this, the jotform account needs to be upgraded because it will be taking SSL submissions:

    You can see here which is a test page https://dreells.com/?page_id=1430

    How do we establish submissions are going to Auth.net?

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    mliz
    Answered on August 28, 2011 at 07:41 AM

    Hi,


    JotForm uses the AIM integration with authorize.net make sure that the account
    you have setup is suited for this type of connection. Once you have added the
    API Login ID and Transaction you can test the integration to see if it works
    by click on the 'Test Integration'. Once the result shows that connection was
    successful then the credit card information is collected on your form and
    sent to Authorize.net API securely.  You will see all the payments made once
    you login to your Authorize.net account.

    Let us know if you have clarifications.

    Regards,
    Mliz

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    jrussell
    Answered on August 28, 2011 at 12:19 PM

    I have another question.
    It's about the SSL / Secure form.

    I have an SSL Cert on the site already.
    SSL does not work well when something is an external link.

    The jotform does not show on the page when SSL is on unless I choose the
    Secure checkbox on the jotform when getting the embed / source code.

    At least for IE.

    I have not checked all other browsers yet for compatibility on this but:

    Why would the form not show and prompt to show content when just SSL on a
    site is used, vs using both Jotfrom Secure form and site SSL? (Double SSL?)

    Or is this just Jotform asking if the form is SSL?

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    mliz
    Answered on August 29, 2011 at 01:40 AM

    Hi,

    The SSL on your site does not apply to the JotForm form which is why
    it would return a warning about non secure external link. Since the form
    is hosted and is using JotForm form action you will need to enable
    SSL when getting the embed code. When SSL is not enabled on your
    JotForm the data will not be submitted securely via https regardless
    of the SSL on your site. This is because the data is submitted via
    JotForm's server and not your hosting company.

    Let us know if you have clarifications.


    Regards,
    Mliz