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Knowledge Base Lobby : uStorekeeper Support Conference : Configuration Questions
Jul-22-18 10:53 AM EST
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Author Bradley Edwards on 04-18-2003 at 15:02 (EST)

Just curious if there is, or is going to be, a fix for Authorize.Net processing once they discontinue use of the WebLink Method since that is what uStorekeeper & uShop use.

12 March 2003 Important Information from Authorize.Net

Authorize.Net strongly recommends that all Authorize.Net Payment Gateway merchants implement either Advanced Integration Method (AIM) (formerly known as ADC Direct Response) or Simple Integration Method (SIM). If you cannot easily meet the integration requirements of AIM or SIM, you are strongly encouraged to consider an alternative solution, such as an AIM- or SIM-compliant shopping cart or a web-hosting package.

Secondly (from Authorize.Net)...

If you have WebLink enabled for your Payment Gateway account, but are actively submitting transactions via other connection methods such as AIM, SIM, or the Virtual Terminal and Upload Transaction File features of the Merchant Interface; it is strongly recommended that you disable WebLink immediately to strengthen your account security. For more information about disabling WebLink, please contact Customer Support at or 1-877-447-3938.

I have some billing software that uses the AIM & SIM methods, but I cannot disable the WebLink due to the shopping carts. Hopefully there won't be any issues.

FYI - Once the WebLink is disabled, it cannot be re-enabled.

- Brad

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  Authorize.Net Transitions Microburst Support Team, 2003-04-21 06:45:15 (1)

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        Author Microburst Support Team on 04-21-2003 at 06:45 (EST)
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