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3/6/2015 2:18 PM
 

Running DNN community 5.04.04 with Store module 2.1.36. We recently switched payment processors from Paypal to Authorize.net.  Customers are able to checkout succssfully when they have only one product in their cart (it can be any product in the store and any quantity).  When they place more that one product in their cart and try to checkout they receive the message: There has been an error processing this transaction. - Code : 270 (TESTMODE) Line item 1 is invalid. They can remove any of the products from their cart and once there is only one product left in the cart the checkout is successful.  I have checked the length of the product name and model #'s to ensure that they are less that 31 characters.  We never saaw this issue with Paypal. Any help would be appreciated.

 
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3/6/2015 7:04 PM
 
Use the latest version 03.01.07 available at Codeplex. This has been fixed a long time ago, I don't rememner in wich release.

We (team members) are Humans offering their knowledge, their work and their spare time FOR FREE to benefit the community. It would be so particularly appreciated that your messages begin with "Hello" and end with "Thank you" or any other form of politeness. Ask yourself what your reaction would be, if you were approached by me (a total stranger) on the street to ask you something without saying "Hello" nor "Thank you"? After several years of services dedicated to the community, I begin to be tired to read requests without any form of politeness.
 
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3/7/2015 12:38 PM
 

Thanks so much for your guidance Gilles! I have upgraded the store module to 03.01.07.  After the initial upgrade I got a critical error in the store admin when I tried to update any changes. I found a post indicating that the Authorize and Capture values needed to be changed from Auth_Capture to AuthCapture and that cleared up the error message.  However, now when I attempt to check out I am receiving the message There has been an error processing this transaction. - Code : 69 The transaction type is invalid.  Thank you for assistance.

 

 
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