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ARB transactions

I am trying to request the transactions for a particular subscription.  Is there something where I can send <subscriptionID> and be returned a <transactionIDs> list?

 

I can pull the transaction details from individual transactions, but I had to get that ID manually. I didn't see any response data from the XML request ARBGetSubscriptionStatusRequest, other that if the subscription is active.

 

Is there another request to pull transactions for a subscription?

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Re: ARB transactions

Nothing like that.

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Re: ARB transactions

Wow. Thanks for the info raynor. I should have asked before, but iI thought for sure there would be a way to pull trans IDs for subs. Is there a way to pull all transactions for an entire account or any way to retrieve transaction IDs for anything (besides creating a payment)? Is it possible to have authorize.net POST the transaction details to a page after it's been completed?

 

Does a subscription become Suspended the day payment is supposed to be processed?

 

 

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Re: ARB transactions

Is there a way to pull all transactions for an entire account or any way to retrieve transaction IDs for anything (besides creating a payment)?

Transaction Details API , you might need to enabled it on the merchant account.

 

Is it possible to have authorize.net POST the transaction details to a page after it's been completed?

Yes, silent post.

 

Does a subscription become Suspended the day payment is supposed to be processed?

one time payment? it will just be expired

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Re: ARB transactions

Thanks Raynor, the silent POST URL should be perfect for a transaction history. 

 

 

Oops, my last question wasn't even coherent :smileysurprised:

 

I meant, if an ARB transaction fails (exp date, card canceled, no funds, etc.) does it become immediately Suspended? 

 

 

 

 

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Re: ARB transactions

That thread was very informative. I guess I need to improve my search skills :smileysad:

 

 Scheduling my own payments through CIM will probably be what I use.

 

 

Thanks for all the help!  

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Re: ARB transactions

That thread is great, took me a while to find it.

 

Yep. CIM probably best, you can control everything with it.