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Does Accept.js work with CIM yet?

Does Accept.js work with CIM yet? I know about the new Accept Customer Hosted Solution , but what about being able to create customer profiles and payment profiles, and charging cards via CIM profiles, through Accept.js?

 

If it doesn't work today, are there future plans for this support? I've had many clients asking for this.


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Re: Does Accept.js work with CIM yet?

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Hi @ZeroGravPro

 

 

You can use a Accept nonce to add a new payment profile  using the API https://developer.authorize.net/api/reference/index.html#customer-profiles-create-customer-profile 

 

The API  right now only support Card Accept nonce but going to add Echeck Accept nonce for it very soon . 

 

opaqueData Required.
Contains dataDescriptor and dataValue.

 
dataDescriptor Required.
Specifies how the request should be processed.

The value of dataDescriptor is based on the source of the value of dataValue.
String, 128 characters.

Use COMMON.ACCEPT.INAPP.PAYMENTfor Accept transactions.

dataValue Required.
Base64 encoded data that contains encrypted payment data.

The payment gateway expects the encrypted payment data and meta data for the encryption keys.
String, 8192 characters.




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Accepted by topic author ZeroGravPro
‎04-10-2018 12:41 PM
Posts: 333
Kudos: 73
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Registered: ‎03-13-2017

Re: Does Accept.js work with CIM yet?

[ Edited ]

Hi @ZeroGravPro

 

 

You can use a Accept nonce to add a new payment profile  using the API https://developer.authorize.net/api/reference/index.html#customer-profiles-create-customer-profile 

 

The API  right now only support Card Accept nonce but going to add Echeck Accept nonce for it very soon . 

 

opaqueData Required.
Contains dataDescriptor and dataValue.

 
dataDescriptor Required.
Specifies how the request should be processed.

The value of dataDescriptor is based on the source of the value of dataValue.
String, 128 characters.

Use COMMON.ACCEPT.INAPP.PAYMENTfor Accept transactions.

dataValue Required.
Base64 encoded data that contains encrypted payment data.

The payment gateway expects the encrypted payment data and meta data for the encryption keys.
String, 8192 characters.




Send feedback at developer_feedback@authorize.net