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Authorize.Net payment gateway
This topic assumes that you already have an Authorize.Net account, and you have administrator-level access to it. For more information, see Introduction to paid registration.
We strongly recommend that, after you turn off test mode in Authorize.Net and have the Trumba-Authorize.Net connection set up, you thoroughly test the entire paid registration process to ensure that credit card payment works, money actually gets added to your Authorize.Net merchant account, and you can successfully process a refund.
Doing a thorough test run will uncover any problems related to your Trumba event registration and payment gateway setup and to Authorize.Net or merchant account settings that have nothing to do with Trumba.
The best approach is to create and publish a separate test calendar that uses the same settings as your live calendar. Then, you can set up paid registration on an event that you add to that test calendar. Once you confirm, by running through the entire registration, payment, and refund process, that things are working correctly, you can move the event from the test to the live calendar.
Set up a connection between Trumba and Authorize.Net
NOTE If you already use Authorize.Net for another payment system, follow these instructions before you go any further.
To set up a Trumba-Authorize.Net connection
A warning about Authorize.Net test mode
All new Authorize.Net accounts are created in test mode. Before you begin processing paid registration transactions, you must be sure to turn off test mode. In test mode, no transactions will actually go through.
To turn off test mode in Authorize.Net
What if you already use Authorize.Net for another payment system
If you use Authorize.Net for another payment system at the time you set up the Trumba connection, you may already have specified an Authorize.Net Default Relay Response URL.
That's no problem. It just means that Trumba payments will work only after you add a new Trumba-specific response/receipt URL.
Tip To avoid causing problems with the Authorize.Net payment system already in place, don't make any changes to your Default Relay Response URL.
To add a new Trumba-specific response/receipt URL
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