Authorize.Net (https://www.authorize.net/) is available to merchants in the United States, Canada, United Kingdom, Europe, and Australia. The platform, now a Visa solution is one of the widely popular payment solutions supporting multiple currencies, security and anti-fraud features.

To enable Authorize.Net Payment Gateway in Classe365 platform, you need to set 

  • API Login ID
  • Transaction Key
  • Public Client Key.

Follow below-specified steps to get required ID and key details: 

To get API Login Id and Transaction Key:

  • Log into the Merchant Interface
  • Navigate To Account > Settings > Security Settings > API Credentials & Keys
  • Select New Transaction Key.

Note: When obtaining a new Transaction Key, you may choose to disable the old Transaction Key by clicking the box titled, Disable Old Transaction Key Immediately. You may want to do this if you suspect your previous Transaction Key is being used fraudulently.

  • Click Submit to continue.
  • Request and enter the PIN for verification.
  • Your new Transaction Key is displayed.

To get Public Client Key :

  • Log into the Merchant Interface.
  • Navigate To Account > Settings > Security Settings > General Security Settings > Manage Public Client Key
  • If the Public Client Key does not yet exist, answer your security question to generate the key.

Note:

  • If the Disable Old Transaction Key Immediately box is not checked, the old Transaction Key will automatically expire in 24 hours. When the box is checked, the Transaction Key expires immediately.
  • Be sure to store the API Login ID, Transaction Key and Public Client Key in a very safe place. Do not share it with anyone, as it is used to protect your transactions.

Add API Login ID, Transaction Key and Public Client Key in Classe365

  • Once you have API Login ID, Transaction Key and Public Client Key details, enter them from the Authorize,net Payment Gateway Settings. You can get to the Payment gateway settings from Settings -> Payment Gateway -> Authorize.net


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