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Authorize.net to process credit cards

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Patrick Buswell
on 4/15/13, 10:55 PM 2,175 views

Hello, is there a way to use Authorize.net to directly process credit cards via the POS system or invoice creation system? Like a virtual merchand? Customer gives you in person or over the phone their credit card informations.

Thank you

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Patrick Buswell
On 4/16/13, 1:22 AM

Ok, if someone have any USEFUL insight, suggestion or comments to contribute to this post, you are more than welcome.

I know the US Localization for 6.1 have http://authorize.net modules. https://launchpad.net/openerp-usa

Mike Lindsay
on 4/16/13, 1:45 AM

I have found that page already but maybe I overlooked that module. I will send that link to my programmer. Thank you.

Patrick Buswell
on 4/16/13, 11:26 PM

I'm pretty fuzzy on whether or not those http://authorize.net modules work in POS, but if you look at the 6.1 code; account_payment_ccapi_authdotnet , account_payment_cim_authdotnet , and account_payment_creditcard are the http://authorize.net modules. If I remember correctly, you only use 2 of them depending on your setup.

Mike Lindsay
on 4/19/13, 2:50 PM
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Ray Carnes
On 4/16/13, 12:16 AM

Lots of information on the web about this.

https://www.google.com/search?q=openerp+authorize.net

Thank you for this very useful reply /sarcasm.

If someone actually have an answer i would appreciate it. It did spend several hours looking for my answer before posting this. Coulnd find any real relevant information or way to do it.

And for what its worth, 5 first link were already visited

Patrick Buswell
on 4/16/13, 12:18 AM

It didn't realize from your question that you had searched. What are you unsure about? You've seen videos of integration, partners that offer to help you do this, demo sites and modules. Perhaps you could be more specific? "IS THERE A WAY" is answered by the links we both found on Google. The answer is "YES". So, what is your real question?

Bista Solutions US, Ray Carnes
on 4/16/13, 12:22 AM

No where on the links or video there is mention of my asked question witch is: "Is there a way to use http://Authorize.net to directly process credit cards via the POS system"

If you have a video of someone entering a credit card number in the POS system, you got me. Also the partner in question Bista have no information on their website and seems to be using an older version on his video.

Can you help me, if not thank you anyways and you can skip to someone else then.

Patrick Buswell
on 4/16/13, 12:27 AM

There is a link to modules that have been written to do this at https://github.com/aliomattux/authorize - this is a way according to my understanding of your question.

Bista Solutions US, Ray Carnes
on 4/16/13, 12:29 AM

Found that too. Unfortunatly there is no information at all on how to implement it and is 11 month old or something. Can you guide me on setting that up?

Patrick Buswell
on 4/16/13, 12:31 AM

I can't. You can try contacting the author. Someone else from the community may be able to offer.

Bista Solutions US, Ray Carnes
on 4/16/13, 1:16 AM

Well, thanks for the google search link, it was very helpful to me and the community SAID NO ONE EVER. We get this guy on every forum... Every forum...

Patrick Buswell
on 4/16/13, 1:24 AM

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