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Question about DPM and link manual

I am having serious problem trying to implement the DPM. I was able to implement the SIM and now have to move into the DPM, however I found that the information on the online manual at this link:

http://developer.authorize.net/guides/SIM/wwhelp/wwhimpl/js/html/wwhelp.htm#href=Appendix%20C%20-%20...

is not enough. It is vague and poor to say the least.

 

I found the following link at:

http://www.powerpay.biz/api/Authnet-DirectPost.pdf

and I would like to know if anybody here have use this reference when implementing DPM with .net according to chapter 5 on this manual. If anybody, I do have the following questions:

 

1) Is this manual up to date to implement .net DPM?

 

2) According to the manual I do have to do the following:

Download the Authorize.Net C# SDK and include it in your project.

Download the SDK and unzip to your hard drive.

What is the difference between these two? Aren’t they the same?

 

3) Create a new ASP.NET MVC application and add a reference to the

AuthorizeNET.dll from the SDK.

What is MVC and how to add the reference?

 

Thanks


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‎08-21-2015 01:58 AM
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Re: Question about DPM and link manual

1)The powerpay one is out dated.

 

2)I would suggest not to use the SDKs if you know how to program. because to me, it make it more complicated.

The basic of DPM/SIM is a form post. The SDKs, use a few helper methods hide a lot of thing that can be done easily.

 

3)http://www.asp.net/mvc

Is a new way to do website in asp.net, it been there since 2009.

 

to add a ref to a dll is the same way in webform or MVC website

add to the bin directory

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Re: Question about DPM and link manual

1)The powerpay one is out dated.

 

2)I would suggest not to use the SDKs if you know how to program. because to me, it make it more complicated.

The basic of DPM/SIM is a form post. The SDKs, use a few helper methods hide a lot of thing that can be done easily.

 

3)http://www.asp.net/mvc

Is a new way to do website in asp.net, it been there since 2009.

 

to add a ref to a dll is the same way in webform or MVC website

add to the bin directory