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    Default Authorize.net gateway

    I'm trying to convert from an ancient shopping cart, namely Dansie.

    It's some weird sort of Authorize.net gateway deal where you send the user to a URL:
    https://secure.authorize.net/gateway/

    I have a "Merchant ID" a 9-character code, and
    a "Unique Security ID" a 12-character code
    (both seem "random")

    The current cart re-directs to the https URL above, presumably passing in those two values, plus whatever the order info should be.

    I've installed both the "authorize.net" and "authorize.net AIM" modules.

    Neither seems to have the functionality to do what I need, namely that re-direct.

    AFAIK, this site does not have an SSL Cert of its own, so the re-direct seems pretty crucial to get SSL...

    I'm using Zen-Cart 1.2.6d with security patches and a custom template, plus a hack or two for MySQL 5.0, if it matters.

    And, of course, they want this done yesterday. :-v

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    Default Re: Authorize.net gateway

    Correct. Neither module does that redirect.

    Does their account let them process in AIM mode? If so, it's pretty easy to get a low-cost SSL certificate and be up and running quickly.

    Granted, you really should also consider upgrading to v1.3.5 ... or at LEAST v1.2.7 (to get its security and bug fixes).
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