Setting Up Authorization Services

Topics in this part: The following topics describe the functions available to define the credit card authorization services that your company uses.

Using the Credit Card Authorization Interface describes how the credit card authorization interface works, provides a brief overview of the available processing options, and shows you how to locate the function. This topic also describes a recovery program that you can run to retransmit or receive an Authorization table.

Reset Authorizations (RSAA) describes how to reset records in the Credit Card Authorization Transaction table from a *SENT status to a *RDY status so that they can be resent to the authorization service.

Defining Authorization Services (WASV) shows you how to define the authorization services that your company uses.

Defining Authorization Service Countries shows you how to cross-reference your country codes to the country codes used by the service bureau. You can also indicate whether the service bureau performs address verification for the country.

Defining Vendor Paytype Codes shows you how to cross-reference your payment codes to the payment codes used by the service bureau.

Defining Vendor Response Codes shows you how to define the codes your service bureau uses to identify whether a credit card is approved or declined, and how to have the system place orders on hold based upon the vendor response code.

Defining Merchant ID Overrides describes how to set up merchant ID overrides for different entities within your company.

Defining Authorization Service Currencies describes how to set up cross references for your company's currency codes and the codes used by a service bureau.

Performing Online Credit Card Authorizations provides an overview on online credit card authorization and required setup.

Performing Batch Authorization (SATH) describes how to send credit cards up for batch authorization by the associated ship via.

Printing the Online Credit Card Authorization List (PATL) describes how to print the Online Authorization Listing.

Processing Authorizations and Deposits using an Integration Layer Process explains how to communicate with the service bureau to process authorizations and deposits via an integration layer process.

PayPal Direct Connection Integration provides an overview of the PayPal integration using a direct connection to PayPal, which allows you to use PayPal as a method of payment on web orders and send the deposit transaction directly to PayPal.

Processing Authorizations and Deposits Using Point-to-Point Communication explains how to communicate with the service bureau to process authorizations and deposits via a direct connection.

Cybersource Point-to-Point Integration for more information on processing authorization and deposit transactions with Cybersource using point-to-point communication.

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