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OSCommerce and Authorize.net AIM module

Im catching an error if I leave

Verify SSL Certificate set to true.

 

RESPONSE:

Array
(
[x_response_code] => -1
[x_response_subcode] => -1
[x_response_reason_code] => -1
)


$HTTP_POST_VARS:

Array
(
[cc_owner_firstname] => gino
[cc_owner_lastname] => difilippo jr
[cc_number_nh-dns] => XXXXxxxx
[cc_expires_month] => XX
[cc_expires_year] => XX
[cc_ccv_nh-dns] => XXX
)

 

if I set it to false, the order is processed with no issues. what do I need to change?

 

Gino

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Re: OSCommerce and Authorize.net AIM module

anyone?

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Re: OSCommerce and Authorize.net AIM module

does anyone have any help?

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Re: OSCommerce and Authorize.net AIM module

@shadow-13x -- the nature of the error suggests that your OSCommerce installation's SSL/TLS setup doesn't have an up-to-date certificate store, and thus cannot validate our domain's certificate. That in turn suggests that you have an outdated copy of the module you're using to integrate OSCommerce with us, or that you need to update some of its dependencies, such as cURL.

 

I'd start by reviewing the current Authorize.Net plugins for OSCommerce, and see if your specific module has any updates, or perhaps try a module that is more current.

Beyond that, I can only suggest reaching out on the OSCommerce Support Forums for specifics. 

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