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Card present with iOS SDK not working for me

Hello,

 

I'm trying to setup a transaction using a card-present solution and the iOS SDK. 

A little background information, we used to have card-NOT-present accounts, those worked well but now we need card-present accounts. 

 

Ok, so i've tried a lot of things but i constantly receive "Transactions of this market type cannot be processed with this system". 

 

No matter what i do, i keep getting this message. I adjusted my code so it sends track1 & track2 (minus the sentinel data). 

So, i am using CreditCardTrackType and i set both track1 & track2. 

 

Then, i use the TransRetailInfoType to set the marketType (MARKET_TYPE_RETAIL) and deviceType (DEVICE_TYPE_LINEA). I attach this to TransactionRequestType.

 

I still receive these errors. 

 

Does anyone know what i'm doing wrong?

 

Kind regards,

Frank


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Accepted by RichardH (Administrator)
‎08-21-2015 01:58 AM
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Re: Card present with iOS SDK not working for me

So, i've solved the issue. I checked what the C# version did (by the way, that code example is incorrect) and saw one minor difference : Device Type. 

 

The C# example uses "PresonalComputerBasedTerminal" as devicetype, when i used that same devicetype the payment went OK. I can't understand why and i don't want to be a "not so tolerant individual", the code examples are not good and the documentation is not up to date. Other than that, i love working with Authorize.net's iOS SDK. Works perfect!!!

 

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Expert
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Registered: ‎03-08-2010

Re: Card present with iOS SDK not working for me

Just to make sure, you did get a new account?

Member
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Registered: ‎02-27-2014

Re: Card present with iOS SDK not working for me

Yes i did, i double checked. It's a Card Present account, market type Retail. I just setup a test account to see if i'm doing anything wrong, account wise. But it's generating the same result. 

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Re: Card present with iOS SDK not working for me

Extra info,

 

I just did a little test with the following code (i replaced some information with <VALID ... DATA>. They are filled in correct. 

 

    AuthNet *an = [AuthNet getInstance];

    

    [an setDelegate:self];

    

    CreditCardTrackType *trackType = [CreditCardTrackTypecreditCardTrackType];

    trackType.track1 = @"<VALID TRACK 1 DATA>";

    trackType.track2 = @"<VALID TRACK 2 DATA>

    

    PaymentType *paymentType = [PaymentType paymentType];

    //paymentType.creditCard = nil;

    paymentType.trackData = trackType;

    //paymentType.bankAccount = nil;

    

    ExtendedAmountType *extendedAmountTypeTax = [ExtendedAmountTypeextendedAmountType];

    extendedAmountTypeTax.amount = @"0";

    extendedAmountTypeTax.name = @"Tax";

    

    ExtendedAmountType *extendedAmountTypeShipping = [ExtendedAmountType extendedAmountType];

    extendedAmountTypeShipping.amount = @"0";

    extendedAmountTypeShipping.name = @"Shipping";

    

    LineItemType *lineItem = [LineItemTypelineItem];

    lineItem.itemName = @"Soda";

    lineItem.itemDescription = @"Soda";

    lineItem.itemQuantity = @"1";

    lineItem.itemPrice = @"1.00";

    lineItem.itemID = @"1";

    

    TransRetailInfoType *retailType = [TransRetailInfoTypetransRetailInfoType];

    retailType.marketType = MARKET_TYPE_RETAIL;

    retailType.deviceType = DEVICE_TYPE_LINEA;

    

    TransactionRequestType *requestType = [TransactionRequestTypetransactionRequest];

    requestType.lineItems = [[NSArray arrayWithObject:lineItem] mutableCopy];

    requestType.amount = @"9.00";

    requestType.payment = paymentType;

    requestType.tax = extendedAmountTypeTax;

    requestType.shipping = extendedAmountTypeShipping;

    requestType.retail = retailType;

    

    CreateTransactionRequest *request = [CreateTransactionRequestcreateTransactionRequest];

    request.transactionRequest = requestType;

    request.transactionType = AUTH_ONLY;

    request.anetApiRequest.merchantAuthentication.mobileDeviceId = @"<VALID DEVICE ID>";

    request.anetApiRequest.merchantAuthentication.sessionToken = sessionToken;

    [an purchaseWithRequest:request];

 

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Expert
Posts: 4,525
Registered: ‎03-08-2010

Re: Card present with iOS SDK not working for me

If you use that code and use a Card Not Present test account, does it works?

Member
Posts: 7
Registered: ‎02-27-2014

Re: Card present with iOS SDK not working for me

Good question, i'll check that now

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Accepted by RichardH (Administrator)
‎08-21-2015 01:58 AM
Member
Posts: 7
Registered: ‎02-27-2014

Re: Card present with iOS SDK not working for me

So, i've solved the issue. I checked what the C# version did (by the way, that code example is incorrect) and saw one minor difference : Device Type. 

 

The C# example uses "PresonalComputerBasedTerminal" as devicetype, when i used that same devicetype the payment went OK. I can't understand why and i don't want to be a "not so tolerant individual", the code examples are not good and the documentation is not up to date. Other than that, i love working with Authorize.net's iOS SDK. Works perfect!!!

 

Member
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Registered: ‎02-27-2014

Re: Card present with iOS SDK not working for me

By the way, if anyone needs well working examples of both Card Present and Card Not Present for iOs. Let me know. They both work smoothly now.

 

Frank

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Registered: ‎05-26-2014

Re: Card present with iOS SDK not working for me

Excellent! I had same issue and thanks to you its solved now. I was struggling for past 2 days.. the SDK documentation is really worst I have ever seen.