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Card present MD5 Hash

I was wondering what people do to test the MD5 hash feature if they only have a test CP account? We don't have a live CP account or need one - what is the usual method here?

 


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Re: Card present MD5 Hash

I've set the MD5 hash value to the Card Present shared test account, with a Login ID of cptest72009, to Authnet001.

 

 

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Elaine

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Re: Card present MD5 Hash

You would set the MD5 hash value in the Card Present test account you are using? Are you using a shared test account and do not know the secret answer in order to change the MD5 hash value?

 

 

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Elaine

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Re: Card present MD5 Hash

you evaluation sounds about right - I only have the shared test account to work with just now. I need to code and test our software to work with the MD5 hash value. As far as I can tell from other posts on this subject, and please correct me if I am wrong, the share account hash value (obviously) cannot be changed/set  - so is there by chance a 'known' one already configured with it? (Even if it is an empty string)

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Re: Card present MD5 Hash

I've set the MD5 hash value to the Card Present shared test account, with a Login ID of cptest72009, to Authnet001.

 

 

Thanks,

Elaine

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Re: Card present MD5 Hash

hI,

 

I am using card present method to integrate and I have a test account for card present, When I do HTTP post to the test card present account, which URL do I use. CP documentation shows this https://cardpresent.authorize.net/gateway/transact.dll

 

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Re: Card present MD5 Hash

Within the test environment, you should be posting to https://test.authorize.net/gateway/transact.dll for both card present and card not present.