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Capture previously authorized transaction on a specific date in future

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by on ‎05-30-2017 03:16 PM

Hi all,

 

I want to be able when a user requests a service on my system to:

1. authorize only a transaction

2. capture previously authorized amount (from step 1) for a certain date in the future (within 30 days, how long the authorization code is active)

 

I don't think clients should be implementing some sort of scheduler for when a "capture previously authorized transaction" should occure.

 

A use case would be car rental:

Online I book a car and provide my credit card info.

The rental company authorizes my credit card and does the capture on the date when the rental date is set.

 

 

Status: Comments Requested

This is an interesting suggestion.  Did you have a specific timeframe to delay, say 7-15 days?  Do any other developers have a similar need?

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by Administrator Administrator
on ‎06-15-2017 02:22 PM
Status changed to: Comments Requested

This is an interesting suggestion.  Did you have a specific timeframe to delay, say 7-15 days?  Do any other developers have a similar need?

by
on ‎06-23-2017 02:01 PM

Any date between the initial authorization and authrization code expiration date should be used. A result can show whether the cature failed due to expired auth code. Does that make sense?

 

by
on ‎06-23-2017 02:06 PM

Prefered would be a date and time especially for systems which have booking, cancellation or modification cut-offs defined in hours. Right now I'm using a Azure Scheduler to trigger my process that implements payment logic which, by my undestanding, should be in Authorize.Net :D

by
on ‎04-11-2018 10:13 AM

Any news on this?