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  1. #1
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    Default [Done v1.5.4] default Authorizenet.php file does not hash x_currency_code

    As identified in this thread:

    A user of (SIM) was receiving an error 99 from when trying to reach the point to obtain credit card information from a customer.

    Several different actions were attempted to try to resolve the issue (some that I suggested I admit were outrageous and unlikely to solve the situation, but seemed like could unexpectedly resolve the issue): Verifying the time_zone settings in multiple locations, attempting to adjust the time_zone to an alternate location, and adjusting the PHP check made in set_time_zone.php to name a few.

    The two solutions that independently worked were 1) to comment out x_currency_code at lines 343 and 381 of includes/modules/payment/authorizenet.php and 2) the following without the x_currency_code being commented out.

    Find line 385 that reads:

    $submit_data_security =  $this->InsertFP(MODULE_PAYMENT_AUTHORIZENET_LOGIN,  MODULE_PAYMENT_AUTHORIZENET_TXNKEY,  number_format($order->info['total'], 2), $sequence);
    and change to:

    $submit_data_security =  $this->InsertFP(MODULE_PAYMENT_AUTHORIZENET_LOGIN,  MODULE_PAYMENT_AUTHORIZENET_TXNKEY,  number_format($order->info['total'], 2), $sequence,  $submit_data_core['x_currency_code']); //mc12345678 hash the  currency_code.
    Some things of note, the system on which this was successful may have been unique, but this solution appears to fall in line with the guidance of the following post:

    At last attempt the above site did provide a security warning indicating the certificate was issued by an unknown issuer.

    Suggest this solution and issue be reviewed/evaluated for ZC 1.5.3+
    ZC Installation/Maintenance Support <- Site
    Contribution for contributions welcome...
    Upgraded to Zen Cart V1.5.3 from V1.5.1 from V1.5.0 from V1.3.9h

  2. #2
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    Default Re: default Authorizenet.php file does not hash x_currency_code

    Acknowledged. Planned for integration into v1.5.4

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  3. #3
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    Default Re: default Authorizenet.php file does not hash x_currency_code

    Quote Originally Posted by DrByte View Post
    Acknowledged. Planned for integration into v1.5.4

    Thank you so much! I had the......... (99) This transaction cannot be accepted...... After much troubleshooting this article worked. Once I replaced the code on line 385 the error went away and I am now able to accept the payment in test mode. Thanks



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