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Internet Explorer Cannot display this page?.

Hello,

 

When I set  x_test_request to FALSE things break. But not everything. I get the message

"Internet Explorer Cannot display this page" instead of the senseless nonsense about the card was accepted, which I

sorta came to expect. I also get an email from Authorize.Net informing me I just bought something. I sorta expected

that too. And, to really add sauce to the goose, I get a valid response string from Authorize.Net. I parse the string out and 

store it away. It has all the information I've come to expect. 

 

In addition, since I've got nothing better to do, I snooped around in the log files that are stored on my site. I see several 

entries where the log indicates some sort of timeout. I suspect that silly old IE is expecting some sort of a valid

handshake at the end of a transfer between web.com and my computer. It isn't getting it. 

 

Here is some of the stuff I am sending- sorry about the lack of formatting. 

 

 

"x_login"        => "$x_login",
"x_tran_key"        => "$x_tran_key",
"x_allow_partial_Auth"  => "False",
"x_version"        => "3.1",
"x_type" => "AUTH_CAPTURE",
"x_method" => "CC",
"x_recurring_billing"   => "FALSE",
"x_amount" => "$total",
"x_card_num"        => "$cc_number",
"x_exp_date"        => "$card_month$card_year",
"x_card_code"           => "",
"x_trans_id"            => "",
"x_split_tender_id"     => "",
"x_auth_code"           => "",
"x_test_request"        => "$test_mode",  
"x_duplicate_window"    => "120",
"x_merchant_descriptor" => "",
"x_invoice_num"         => "1",
"x_description"         => "Transaction 1",
"x_first_name"        => "$first_name_on_card",
"x_last_name"        => "$last_name_on_card",
"x_company"             => "$company",
"x_address"             => "$cc_address",
"x_city"                => "$card_city",
"x_state" => "$card_state",
"x_zip"        => "$card_zip",
"x_country"             => "$card_country",
// "x_phone"            => "$phone_number",
// "x_fax"              => "",
"x_email"               => "$email_address",
"x_delim_data"        => "TRUE",
"x_delim_char"        => "|",
"x_encap_char"          => "|",
"x_relay_response"      => "FALSE",
"x_cust_id"             => "1",
"x_customer_ip"         => "$ip"

 

 

 

$request = curl_init($post_url); // initiate curl object

curl_setopt($request, CURLOPT_HEADER, 0); 

curl_setopt($request, CURLOPT_RETURNTRANSFER, 1); 

curl_setopt($request, CURLOPT_POSTFIELDS, $post_string);

curl_setopt($request, CURLOPT_TIMEOUT, 20); 

curl_setopt($request, CURLOPT_SSL_VERIFYPEER, 0); 

$post_response = curl_exec($request);      

curl_close ($request); 

$response_array = explode($post_values["x_delim_char"],$post_response);

 

I've tried a number of different combinations using the curl_setopt statements. so far, no luck. 

 

I think I am almost there, but after trying to google web.com and authorize.net and AIM I don't get much.

Does web.com support AIM transactions?

 

 

thanks

jackyjoy

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@jackyjoy123 wrote:

Hello,

 

When I set  x_test_request to FALSE things break. But not everything. I get the message

"Internet Explorer Cannot display this page" instead of the senseless nonsense about the card was accepted, which I

sorta came to expect. I also get an email from Authorize.Net informing me I just bought something. I sorta expected

that too. And, to really add sauce to the goose, I get a valid response string from Authorize.Net. I parse the string out and 

store it away. It has all the information I've come to expect. 

 

In addition, since I've got nothing better to do, I snooped around in the log files that are stored on my site. I see several 

entries where the log indicates some sort of timeout. I suspect that silly old IE is expecting some sort of a valid

handshake at the end of a transfer between web.com and my computer. It isn't getting it. 

 

Here is some of the stuff I am sending- sorry about the lack of formatting. 

 

 

"x_login"        => "$x_login",
"x_tran_key"        => "$x_tran_key",
"x_allow_partial_Auth"  => "False",
"x_version"        => "3.1",
"x_type" => "AUTH_CAPTURE",
"x_method" => "CC",
"x_recurring_billing"   => "FALSE",
"x_amount" => "$total",
"x_card_num"        => "$cc_number",
"x_exp_date"        => "$card_month$card_year",
"x_card_code"           => "",
"x_trans_id"            => "",
"x_split_tender_id"     => "",
"x_auth_code"           => "",
"x_test_request"        => "$test_mode",  
"x_duplicate_window"    => "120",
"x_merchant_descriptor" => "",
"x_invoice_num"         => "1",
"x_description"         => "Transaction 1",
"x_first_name"        => "$first_name_on_card",
"x_last_name"        => "$last_name_on_card",
"x_company"             => "$company",
"x_address"             => "$cc_address",
"x_city"                => "$card_city",
"x_state" => "$card_state",
"x_zip"        => "$card_zip",
"x_country"             => "$card_country",
// "x_phone"            => "$phone_number",
// "x_fax"              => "",
"x_email"               => "$email_address",
"x_delim_data"        => "TRUE",
"x_delim_char"        => "|",
"x_encap_char"          => "|",
"x_relay_response"      => "FALSE",
"x_cust_id"             => "1",
"x_customer_ip"         => "$ip"

 

 

 

$request = curl_init($post_url); // initiate curl object

curl_setopt($request, CURLOPT_HEADER, 0); 

curl_setopt($request, CURLOPT_RETURNTRANSFER, 1); 

curl_setopt($request, CURLOPT_POSTFIELDS, $post_string);

curl_setopt($request, CURLOPT_TIMEOUT, 20); 

curl_setopt($request, CURLOPT_SSL_VERIFYPEER, 0); 

$post_response = curl_exec($request);      

curl_close ($request); 

$response_array = explode($post_values["x_delim_char"],$post_response);

 

I've tried a number of different combinations krogerfeedback talktosonic talktowendys using the curl_setopt statements. so far, no luck. 

 

I think I am almost there, but after trying to google web.com and authorize.net and AIM I don't get much.

Does web.com support AIM transactions?

 

 

thanks

jackyjoy


 

thanks my issue has been fixed.

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Re: Internet Explorer Cannot display this page?.

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@jackyjoy123 wrote:

Hello,

 

When I set  x_test_request to FALSE things break. But not everything. I get the message

"Internet Explorer Cannot display this page" instead of the senseless nonsense about the card was accepted, which I

sorta came to expect. I also get an email from Authorize.Net informing me I just bought something. I sorta expected

that too. And, to really add sauce to the goose, I get a valid response string from Authorize.Net. I parse the string out and 

store it away. It has all the information I've come to expect. 

 

In addition, since I've got nothing better to do, I snooped around in the log files that are stored on my site. I see several 

entries where the log indicates some sort of timeout. I suspect that silly old IE is expecting some sort of a valid

handshake at the end of a transfer between web.com and my computer. It isn't getting it. 

 

Here is some of the stuff I am sending- sorry about the lack of formatting. 

 

 

"x_login"        => "$x_login",
"x_tran_key"        => "$x_tran_key",
"x_allow_partial_Auth"  => "False",
"x_version"        => "3.1",
"x_type" => "AUTH_CAPTURE",
"x_method" => "CC",
"x_recurring_billing"   => "FALSE",
"x_amount" => "$total",
"x_card_num"        => "$cc_number",
"x_exp_date"        => "$card_month$card_year",
"x_card_code"           => "",
"x_trans_id"            => "",
"x_split_tender_id"     => "",
"x_auth_code"           => "",
"x_test_request"        => "$test_mode",  
"x_duplicate_window"    => "120",
"x_merchant_descriptor" => "",
"x_invoice_num"         => "1",
"x_description"         => "Transaction 1",
"x_first_name"        => "$first_name_on_card",
"x_last_name"        => "$last_name_on_card",
"x_company"             => "$company",
"x_address"             => "$cc_address",
"x_city"                => "$card_city",
"x_state" => "$card_state",
"x_zip"        => "$card_zip",
"x_country"             => "$card_country",
// "x_phone"            => "$phone_number",
// "x_fax"              => "",
"x_email"               => "$email_address",
"x_delim_data"        => "TRUE",
"x_delim_char"        => "|",
"x_encap_char"          => "|",
"x_relay_response"      => "FALSE",
"x_cust_id"             => "1",
"x_customer_ip"         => "$ip"

 

 

 

$request = curl_init($post_url); // initiate curl object MCDVOICE

curl_setopt($request, CURLOPT_HEADER, 0); 

curl_setopt($request, CURLOPT_RETURNTRANSFER, 1); 

curl_setopt($request, CURLOPT_POSTFIELDS, $post_string);

curl_setopt($request, CURLOPT_TIMEOUT, 20); 

curl_setopt($request, CURLOPT_SSL_VERIFYPEER, 0); 

$post_response = curl_exec($request);      

curl_close ($request); 

$response_array = explode($post_values["x_delim_char"],$post_response);

 

I've tried a number of different combinations using the curl_setopt statements. so far, no luck. 

 

I think I am almost there, but after trying to google web.com and authorize.net and AIM I don't get much.

Does web.com support AIM transactions?

 

 

thanks

jackyjoy


Thanks for the information 

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Re: Internet Explorer Cannot display this page?.


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@jackyjoy123 wrote:

Hello,

 

When I set  x_test_request to FALSE things break. But not everything. I get the message

"Internet Explorer Cannot display this page" instead of the senseless nonsense about the card was accepted, which I

sorta came to expect. I also get an email from Authorize.Net informing me I just bought something. I sorta expected

that too. And, to really add sauce to the goose, I get a valid response string from Authorize.Net. I parse the string out and 

store it away. It has all the information I've come to expect. 

 

In addition, since I've got nothing better to do, I snooped around in the log files that are stored on my site. I see several 

entries where the log indicates some sort of timeout. I suspect that silly old IE is expecting some sort of a valid

handshake at the end of a transfer between web.com and my computer. It isn't getting it. 

 

Here is some of the stuff I am sending- sorry about the lack of formatting. 

 

 

"x_login"        => "$x_login",
"x_tran_key"        => "$x_tran_key",
"x_allow_partial_Auth"  => "False",
"x_version"        => "3.1",
"x_type" => "AUTH_CAPTURE",
"x_method" => "CC",
"x_recurring_billing"   => "FALSE",
"x_amount" => "$total",
"x_card_num"        => "$cc_number",
"x_exp_date"        => "$card_month$card_year",
"x_card_code"           => "",
"x_trans_id"            => "",
"x_split_tender_id"     => "",
"x_auth_code"           => "",
"x_test_request"        => "$test_mode",  
"x_duplicate_window"    => "120",
"x_merchant_descriptor" => "",
"x_invoice_num"         => "1",
"x_description"         => "Transaction 1",
"x_first_name"        => "$first_name_on_card",
"x_last_name"        => "$last_name_on_card",
"x_company"             => "$company",
"x_address"             => "$cc_address",
"x_city"                => "$card_city",
"x_state" => "$card_state",
"x_zip"        => "$card_zip",
"x_country"             => "$card_country",
// "x_phone"            => "$phone_number",
// "x_fax"              => "",
"x_email"               => "$email_address",
"x_delim_data"        => "TRUE",
"x_delim_char"        => "|",
"x_encap_char"          => "|",
"x_relay_response"      => "FALSE",
"x_cust_id"             => "1",
"x_customer_ip"         => "$ip"

 

 

 

$request = curl_init($post_url); // initiate curl object MCDVOICE

curl_setopt($request, CURLOPT_HEADER, 0); 

curl_setopt($request, CURLOPT_RETURNTRANSFER, 1); 

curl_setopt($request, CURLOPT_POSTFIELDS, $post_string);

curl_setopt($request, CURLOPT_TIMEOUT, 20); 

curl_setopt($request, CURLOPT_SSL_VERIFYPEER, 0); 

$post_response = curl_exec($request);      

curl_close ($request); 

$response_array = explode($post_values["x_delim_char"],$post_response);

 

I've tried a number of different  Whataburger survey combinations using the curl_setopt statements. so far, no luck. 

 

I think I am almost there, but after trying to google web.com and authorize.net and AIM I don't get much.

Does web.com support AIM transactions?

 

 

thanks

jackyjoy


Thanks for the information 


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