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Registered: ‎06-19-2014

validationDirectResponse

I'm in the process of converting my client from Authorize.net's deprecated SOAP API to the current API.  The previous developers of the system I am working on (very old ASP.NET Web Forms 4.8 Framework) were obtaining a ton of info from the validationDirectResponse that came back from most transactions.  They would parse the comma delimited string to get things like the customer name, shipping address, etc.

 

The current API doesn't return this info anymore, and I need to continute populating a column in our database with that comma delimited string in order for the application to display proper transaction history details. Now that the validationDirectResponse isn't being returned, what am I to do?

 

Where can I get that same info? Do I really need to make multiple calls to the API?