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Creating a daily transaction datafile using PHP (or commandline)

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Could someone assist us in creating a PHP page that accepts our Login ID and Transaction Key, then produces a csv datafile for import into our database.

 

We can sucessfully pull the results by passing a single transaction #, but would prefer to use a data range (i.e. yesterday), and results come across in a jumble of XML (which I'm not terribly familiar with).

We can sucessfully pull the results by providing a data range, and results come across in a jumble of XML (which I'm not terribly familiar with).

 


How do we capture these results into a data file?  Also, we'd like to pull some custom fields. Do you happen to have that code handy?

 

 

Thanks, 

Lance 

 

 

 

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Re: Creating a daily transaction datafile using PHP (or commandline)

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If I am approching this wrong, please let me know.  We'd be glad to use the easiest method to produce a daily file of transactions.

 

Here's the code we're using:

error_reporting(E_ALL);

require_once "/anet_php_sdk/AuthorizeNet.php";
define("AUTHORIZENET_API_LOGIN_ID", "669KMkmY9K6U");
define("AUTHORIZENET_TRANSACTION_KEY", "xxxxxxxxxxxx");
define("AUTHORIZENET_SANDBOX", true);

$request = new AuthorizeNetTD;
$includeStatistics = false;
$firstSettlementDate = "2014-07-01T08:15:30";
$lastSettlementDate = "2014-07-15T08:15:30";

$response = $request->getSettledBatchList($includeStatistics,$firstSettlementDate,$lastSettlementDate);
print_r($response);

 

 

AND THE RESULTS:

 

AuthorizeNetTD_Response Object ( [xml] => SimpleXMLElement Object ( [messages] => SimpleXMLElement Object ( [resultCode] => Ok [message] => SimpleXMLElement Object ( [code] => I00001 [text] => Successful. ) ) [batchList] => SimpleXMLElement Object ( [batch] => SimpleXMLElement Object ( [batchId] => 3573899 [settlementTimeUTC] => 2014-07-14T19:25:38Z [settlementTimeLocal] => 2014-07-14T14:25:38 [settlementState] => settledSuccessfully [paymentMethod] => creditCard [marketType] => eCommerce [product] => Card Not Present ) ) ) [response] => OkI00001Successful.35738992014-07-14T19:25:38Z2014-07-14T14:25:38settledSuccessfullycreditCardeCommerceCard Not Present [xpath_xml] => SimpleXMLElement Object ( [messages] => SimpleXMLElement Object ( [resultCode] => Ok [message] => SimpleXMLElement Object ( [code] => I00001 [text] => Successful. ) ) [batchList] => SimpleXMLElement Object ( [batch] => SimpleXMLElement Object ( [batchId] => 3573899 [settlementTimeUTC] => 2014-07-14T19:25:38Z [settlementTimeLocal] => 2014-07-14T14:25:38 [settlementState] => settledSuccessfully [paymentMethod] => creditCard [marketType] => eCommerce [product] => Card Not Present ) ) ) )

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Re: Creating a daily transaction datafile using PHP (or commandline)

Well.....

 

I now realize we are simply pulling a list of batches by date, but don't know how to pull the actual transactions in the batch and capture them into a data file.

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Re: Creating a daily transaction datafile using PHP (or commandline)

Well now I figured out how to pull transactions by day, but I don't know what to do with all the XML!

 

require_once "/anet_php_sdk/AuthorizeNet.php";
define("AUTHORIZENET_API_LOGIN_ID", "669KMkmY9K6U");
define("AUTHORIZENET_TRANSACTION_KEY", "xxxxx");
define("AUTHORIZENET_SANDBOX", true);

$request = new AuthorizeNetTD;
$response = $request->getTransactionsForDay(7,14,2014);
print_r($response);