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Authorize.Net Certified Partnership

I am new to Authorize.net . I have done an application for one of my client. Its done with Authorize.net DPM method in php. Will it be enough to apply for an Authorize.Net Certified Partnership

 

 any help will be appreciated

 

Sreejith

 

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Re: Authorize.Net Certified Partnership

1)Create a new message thread, don't hijack others.

2)Just wait for an answer and don't post your message 17 times.

 

 

 

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Removed all. Sorry for un necessary posting.. I will wait

 

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Re: Authorize.Net Certified Partnership

Hello Sreejith_5

 

You can find the details for becoming an Authorize.Net Certified Developer here: http://developer.authorize.net/partners/developer/requirements/

 

Richard

 


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Authorize.Net Certified Partnership

thanks Richard,

 

i have gone through the file, but now i am stuck in between. How cann the team Authorize.net can test my application. Does the info "Company URL" points to the application URL. Pls provide some explained links where i can fetch the information.

 

Help from all hands are welcome..

 

Sreejith_5

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Re: Authorize.Net Certified Partnership

To apply to become an Authorize.Net Certified Developer, you will need to complete the online application and provide a reference Authorize.Net Gateway account using your solution.

 

http://developer.authorize.net/partners/developer/application/

 

Richard


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