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Report transaction source for multiple applications using Authorize.Net

How would detail transactions indicate the e-store source if we have multiple stores?  Would we need multiple Authorize.net accounts so that we can use API reports to get transaction data for each source?

I know this is a very newbie question - thanks for your patience in advance.


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Re: Report transaction source for multiple applications using Authorize.Net

Hi,

 

When you create a transaction, you could include source specific information in the refId field, which is a Merchant-assigned reference ID (up to 20 characters), that is returned from the getTransactionDetailsRequest and getTransactionListRequest  API calls.

 

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Hi,

 

When you create a transaction, you could include source specific information in the refId field, which is a Merchant-assigned reference ID (up to 20 characters), that is returned from the getTransactionDetailsRequest and getTransactionListRequest  API calls.

 

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Thank you for your response - I know it seems obvious now - but I am actually using a 3rd party gateway that will be doing the posting to AN and I want to report out of AN because I can automate that and the gateway vendor has no way to automate reporting.