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Can not place order - Error MSG

Knowledge Base Lobby : uShop Support Conference : Problems with trying to Place Orders
Oct-22-17 01:05 PM EST
Original Message
Can not place order - Error MSG
Author Ryan on 04-03-2003 at 15:31 (EST)
I thought I followed the instructions when setting up the new scripts but maybe I did something wrong. Whenever I try to submit a credit card transaction to Authorize.net I get

The following errors have occurred.
(99) This transaction cannot be accepted.

Any ideas/help would be appreciated.

Ryan
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  Can not place orders - error msg ryan, 2003-04-04 12:32:08 (1)
            Stupid uShop User SAME, 2003-04-04 12:48:28 (2)
                 Having same problems Robert, 2003-04-04 16:03:29 (3)
                      Fix for Error 99 Ryan, 2003-04-05 17:26:36 (4)
                           RE: Fix for Error 99 Bill Weiner, 2003-04-10 05:52:42 (5)

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         1. Can not place orders - error msg
        Author ryan on 04-04-2003 at 12:32 (EST)
This is what authorize.net told me - it wasn't of too much use.

It could be the transaction key - went to their recommended test site www.sluggis.com/fptest.htm and ran the test and the script is running fine. The test site said to remove the "x_currency_code" COMPLETELY since I am not taking international orders. They were very insistant. Should I?

Authorize.net said it could also be that the script is submitting name/value pair with the term "password" in it and that will cause the error.

They also thought it could be that I wasn't posting the required fields. They are "x_login" "x_amount" "x_fp_sequence" "x_fp_timestamp" "x_fp_hash". I know you guys know this already, I'm just repeating just in case. Can I check this.

That's it, I'm spent. Any ideas?

Ryan
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                 2. Stupid uShop User
                Author SAME on 04-04-2003 at 12:48 (EST)
Problem fixed. Too embarrassed to discuss the fix.

Thanks
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                         3. Having same problems
                        Author Robert on 04-04-2003 at 16:03 (EST)
We're having the same problem.

Would you mind posting what fixed this. It will help those of us not incredibly familiar with the uShop package trouble shoot our errors with this new version upgrade and the new SIM requirements by Authorize.net.

Thanks!
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                                 4. Fix for Error 99
                                Author Ryan on 04-05-2003 at 17:26 (EST)
in my case, when I got the transaction key, I checked the "disable old key" box. Well, since I didn't already have a key there was nothing to disable and it screwed something up.

All I had to do was get a new transaction key, (copy & paste to ensure correctness),disable the old one and boom it worked.

I would also try the weblink from my second post - you will have to copy and paste some source code but it will tell you if the script is working or not. Finding out that the script was working, is what lead me back to the Authorize.net part of the problem.

Hope it helps.

Ryan
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                                         5. RE: Fix for Error 99
                                        Author Bill Weiner on 04-10-2003 at 05:52 (EST)
Thanks for the good feedback, Ryan. I'm sure it will help others.
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