Authorize net AIM Woocommerce
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The Authorize net AIM Payment gateway enables internet merchants to accept online payments via credit card and e-check.
Authorize net AIM is a WooCommerce Extensions used as Gateway payments which you can find it in our site for a little value of money .
To configure the plugin, click on WooCommerce > Settings from the left hand menu, then the top tab “Checkout”. You should see Authorize.net AIM as an option in the list at the top.
WooCommerce Authorize.net AIM Payment Gateway Integration Settings
Authorize.net AIM Admin Settings
Enable / Disable – This will enable the gateway to be used by customers to checkout.
Title – This is the text shown for the payment during checkout and on the Order Received page.
Description – This is the text shown under the title during checkout. Limited HTML is allowed. If you enable test mode, this section will also display a notice along with test credit card numbers.
Card Verification (CSC) – Enable this to require customers to enter their CVV / CV2 (Card Security Code) when checking out. This can be useful if you have requirements in your Authorize.net account for CV2 verification.
Transaction Type – This controls how transactions are submitted to Authorize.net. You may choose either “Charge” or “Authorization”. If you select “Authorization”, you must manually capture and settle payments in your Authorize.net control panel or on the WooCommerce orders screen after the transaction has been submitted. This defaults to “Charge”.
Accepted Cards – This controls the card logos that display during checkout. This is purely cosmetic and has no affect on the cards actually accepted by your merchant account. Hold CTRL (CMD on Mac) to select multiple card types.
Environment – Switch between “Test” and “Production” credentials. Enable “Test” to send transactions to your Authorize.net Test Account. Note: This is not the “test mode” that is listed under your account. This is an entirely separate sandbox environment that requires a separate login. You can sign up for a test account here. Once you have done this, you can enter a separate API Login ID and API Transaction Key for your test account. Do not place your Test Account (or regular account) into “Test Mode” within the Authorize.net control panel as transactions will not process at all if that mode is set.
Share connection settings – Enabling this will allow you to use connection/authentication settings between the credit card and eCheck gateways. If this is disabled, you’ll have to enter a new Authorize.net API Login ID and API Transaction Key for eCheck transactions.
API Login ID – This is the API Login ID for your Authorize.net account (Test or Production). Follow the steps above to get this.
API Transaction Key – This is the API Transaction Key for your Authorize.net account (Test or Production). Follow the steps above to get this.
Detailed Decline Messages – Enable to display detailed messages to customers to provide reasoning for declines when possible instead of a generic error message.
Debug Mode – Enable this is you are having issues correctly processing transactions. You can either log API requests / responses directly to the checkout / thank you page, save them to the WooCommerce Error Log (found under WooCommerce > System Status > Logs) or both. All debugging messages are cleaned of sensitive information before display, but as a best practice, please do not enable this unless you are having issues with the plugin.