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Salesforce/Authorize.net integration Testing

I am testing an integration with authorize.net and Salesforce via Chargent. The documentation (https://developer.authorize.net/hello_world/testing_guide/) has sections about "CVV Responses" and "Partial Authorization Responses," neither of which are working for me as anticipated -- although other testing sections have worked. In other words, for other sections of the testing guide, I created Opportunity records in Salesforce with the noted credit card numbers/zip codes/etc., and either had a success or failure based on the document. But for CVV and Partial Authorization, I enter the numbers as indicated and receive a successful transaction message -- while the documentation indicates that I should be getting a failure of some kind or a specific notification. Do I need to be using one specific credit card example from the top of the page, or a specific billing zip code or something? Thank you!

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Re: Salesforce/Authorize.net integration Testing

Hello @c4gemily

 

Can you provide more specifics on what you are trying to accomplish, including details for the API request and response received from the sandbox?

 

Richard

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Re: Salesforce/Authorize.net integration Testing

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Thanks Richard for your reply! I'm trying to follow these directions: https://developer.authorize.net/hello_world/testing_guide/, starting at the section CVV responses. I don't know what to provide you unfortunately regarding the API request, but the response received from the Sandbox is a message that says "Transaction Approved," when I was expecting "Does NOT Match," "Is NOT Processed," etc.

 

Maybe I'm looking in the wrong place for these responses -- is it supposed to be in the visualforce page popup that tells me the transaction was successful, or elsewhere?

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Re: Salesforce/Authorize.net integration Testing

For CVV response code, you will see in your API response that you're already getting the expected result code according to https://developer.authorize.net/hello_world/testing_guide/. e.g. <cvvResultCode>N</cvvResultCode>

 

The reason your transaction is getting approved is either because your Enhanced CCV Handling Filter (https://sandbox.authorize.net/UI/themes/sandbox/FraudFilter/CardCode.aspx after logging into your sandbox account) is disabled, or the action set for your specific card code is something other than "decline".