Donald

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  • in reply to: Could not authorize transaction 5509 #75107

    Donald
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    Sorry, misunderstood the request. I just sent you the api and transaction keys. Do you still need the admin login, or was that enough?

    in reply to: Could not authorize transaction 5509 #75098

    Donald
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    Sent.

    in reply to: Could not authorize transaction 5509 #75088

    Donald
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    I installed a fresh wordpress, followed every step of documentation. Checked everything four times. I definitely have my API and transaction keys correct.

    I ran a test with four different configurations, using the 4222222222222222 visa error card number with a “12” set as the error call.

    I have also used my own personal card. The error codes returned are the same regardless of what card number I’m using.

    1. Sandbox auth account with Enable Test on in IDC
      • This gave me a 3835 error, just the number, which as far as I’m aware, is an issue with authenticating the api key and transaction code. It’s also commonly an issue when you try to run a live account on a test configuration, or vice-versa
    2. Sandbox auth account with Enable Test inactive in IDC
      • “User authentication failed due to invalid authentication values. 3835”
    3. Test auth account with Enable Test active in IDC
      • The number 3835.
    4. Test auth account with Enable Test inactive in IDC
      • “Could not authorize transaction: 5509”
    in reply to: Processing hangs #75032

    Donald
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    It needs a version greater than 7. Apparently the void return type wasn’t introduced until 7.1, which explains the errors I received running on 7. I went with your suggestion of trying a previous version, and got a different error on 5.6, only one error, where it didn’t recognize the return type feature that was implemented in 7, so I went on a hunch (the problem has to be about the return type feature), stumbled on a stack exchange about the void return type being introduced in 7.1, and ran the site on 7.1 and it worked

    I did some research and it seems that the developers with authorize.net don’t feel it’s necessary to declare the doctrine folder as a dependency via json and lock it to a version… So, that’s why the error popped up. Their official suggestion is to upgrade php or downgrade the sdk.

    Congratulations. Your plugin now requires php 7.1 to function with the current authorize.net SDK.

    in reply to: Processing hangs #75018

    Donald
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    7.0.32

    in reply to: Processing hangs #75012

    Donald
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    I updated before I ran the test that flagged the errors I posted.
    Checked, ran again, and still the same.

    in reply to: Processing hangs #74997

    Donald
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    Any chance you could edit the last file directory? I seem to have missed it, and I can’t edit it again.

    in reply to: Processing hangs #74996

    Donald
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    This is what popped up. (edited to remove folder structure)

    [13-Nov-2018 02:49:30 UTC] PHP Fatal error:  Uncaught TypeError: Return value of Doctrine\Common\Annotations\AnnotationRegistry::registerFile() must be an instance of Doctrine\Common\Annotations\void, none returned in <INSTALLATION ROOT>/wp-content/plugins/idcommerce/lib/AuthorizeNet/sdk-php-master/vendor/doctrine/annotations/lib/Doctrine/Common/Annotations/AnnotationRegistry.php:67
    Stack trace:
    #0 <INSTALLATION ROOT>/wp-content/plugins/idcommerce/lib/AuthorizeNet/sdk-php-master/vendor/doctrine/annotations/lib/Doctrine/Common/Annotations/AnnotationReader.php(200): Doctrine\Common\Annotations\AnnotationRegistry::registerFile('/home...')
    #1 <INSTALLATION ROOT>/wp-content/plugins/idcommerce/lib/AuthorizeNet/sdk-php-master/vendor/jms/serializer/src/JMS/Serializer/SerializerBuilder.php(421): Doctrine\Common\Annotations\AnnotationReader->__construct()
    #2 <INSTALLATION ROOT>/wp-content/plugins/idcommerce/lib/Authoriz in /home/actexd/subdomains/build_actex/test_wp/wordpress/wp-content/plugins/idcommerce/lib/AuthorizeNet/sdk-php-master/vendor/doctrine/annotations/lib/Doctrine/Common/Annotations/AnnotationRegistry.php on line 67
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