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Bank Data & Accept.js Hosted Form

Good Evening,

 

I am using the "hosted payment information form" as described in the Accept.js documentrion section titled "Integrating the Hosted Payment Information Form" (https://developer.authorize.net/api/reference/features/acceptjs.html#Integrating_the_Hosted_Payment_...).

 

This works very well.  However, the only payment option that appears in the lightbox  is for a credit card.

 

Can the "hosted payment information form" also accept bank data?

 

If so, how?

 

Thanks


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Re: Bank Data & Accept.js Hosted Form

Currently Accept UI form doesn't support Bank Input fields, And yes we respect the need here and I am happy to say that feature is dev complete, going through security reviews, I am hopefull that it will be relaese in a month.

 

Thanks again for using Accept products, your inputs inspire us here.

 

Shobhit Agrawal

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Re: Bank Data & Accept.js Hosted Form

Hi @ejwells65 

 

This feature has been released now and Accept.js UI now support echeck also . 

 

The documentation update will come in soon on it . 

 

You can enable it as below 

 

<button   class="AcceptUI" data-paymentOptions='{"showCreditCard": true, "showBankAccount": true}'  data-billingAddressOptions='{"show":true,"required":false}' data-apiLoginID="loginID" data-clientKey="<Merchant public client Key>"

                 data-acceptUIFormBtnTxt="Pay Now" data-acceptUIFormHeaderTxt="Pay Me" data-responseHandler="callbackMerchant">Show Accept UI

               </button>

 

Thanks

Anurag





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Re: Bank Data & Accept.js Hosted Form

I correspended with developer@authorize.net about this question and learned that Accept Hosted allows the display of the credit card and ach payment fields to be dynamically controlled via parameters (see this forum post - https://community.developer.authorize.net/t5/Integration-and-Testing/Enable-Disable-credit-card-eChe...).

 

However, the Accept.js documentation does not mention these parameters.

 

That being said, does Accept.js support payment via ACH?  If so, what do I need to do to get the bank information to display in the lightbox?

 

Thanks for any and all help!

 

Joe

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‎03-07-2019 03:47 AM
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Re: Bank Data & Accept.js Hosted Form

Currently Accept UI form doesn't support Bank Input fields, And yes we respect the need here and I am happy to say that feature is dev complete, going through security reviews, I am hopefull that it will be relaese in a month.

 

Thanks again for using Accept products, your inputs inspire us here.

 

Shobhit Agrawal

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Re: Bank Data & Accept.js Hosted Form

Thank you very much for your reply.

 

This is exactly what I needed to know!

 

Joe

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Re: Bank Data & Accept.js Hosted Form

Hi @ejwells65 

 

This feature has been released now and Accept.js UI now support echeck also . 

 

The documentation update will come in soon on it . 

 

You can enable it as below 

 

<button   class="AcceptUI" data-paymentOptions='{"showCreditCard": true, "showBankAccount": true}'  data-billingAddressOptions='{"show":true,"required":false}' data-apiLoginID="loginID" data-clientKey="<Merchant public client Key>"

                 data-acceptUIFormBtnTxt="Pay Now" data-acceptUIFormHeaderTxt="Pay Me" data-responseHandler="callbackMerchant">Show Accept UI

               </button>

 

Thanks

Anurag





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