Tuesday 13 December 2005 4:05:53 am - 29 replies
Hello, this forum is for the continued community support and development of the <b>eZ Authorize</b> extension.
* Donations are encouraged as a way to support the previous and continued development of the eZ Authorize solution. http://blog.brookinsconsulting.com/2007/01/16/18
* Paid installation support, general support and (<i>new</i> feature development can be purchased directly through Brookins Consulting. http://brookinsconsulting.com/about/contact
<b>Last Documented Version</b>: <i>1.3.0</i>
<b>Last SVN Revision</b>: <i>Rev 1340 - 2006-10-26 13:16:19 +0200 (Thu, 26 Oct 2006)</i>
<b>Log Message</b>: <i>Updated: Added: eZ publish presentation 'eZ publish payment gateways' (odp,pdf,ppt) to eZ Authorize documentation</i>
<i>10/26/2006</i> - Updated Repository; Added 1.3.0 binary packages (tar.gz, zip, bz2) in releases/1.3.0/ Please update to <i>Rev 1340</i>
<i>12/13/2005</i> - Updated Repository; Added 1.0.0 binary package (tar.gz) in releases/1.0.0/
<i>12/13/2005</i> - I am proud to announce that Brookins Consulting has released a brand new kind of eZ publish payment gateway extension called, <b>eZ Authorize</b>.
<b>About</b>: eZ Authorize enables eZ publish to securely submit credit card payments from customers to the Authorize.Net credit card payment processing service.
eZ Authorize is a well implemented, feature rich, payment gateway and true eZ publish extension which provides eZ publish with the ablity to accept credit card payments from customers during checkout in an eZ publish e-commerce store.
eZ Authorize supports a new feature not available until now, the ability to allow your customer to choose from more than one payment method at checkout.
Sites which use the eZ Authorize extension can for example allow customers to choose to pay for products during checkout using paypal or credit card.
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We continue to look forward <i>hearing</i> just what you think from each of the many users of eZ Authorize as they test, examine, review and use eZ Authorize as the provider of their own eZ publish payment gateway solution.
Modified on Wednesday 17 January 2007 4:52:36 am by Brookins Consulting
Sunday 21 January 2007 12:15:34 pm
Just a quick post to let you know I've modified ezAuthorize to work with the http://www.securepay.com.au/ payment gateway in Australia. I ran into kracker on IRC, who suggested I post about it here. I'll release it as an extension in the next few days (hopefully), but I'm interested in working with you guys if you decide to modify ezAuthorize to include some kind of pluggable mechanism for supporting other payment gateway providers.
Modified on Sunday 21 January 2007 12:16:41 pm by John Dalton
Sunday 21 January 2007 5:01:02 pm
Feel free to add your extension to the lists on eZpedia when it's released: http://ezpedia.org/wiki/en/ez/integration and http://ezpedia.org/wiki/en/ez/payment_gateway_support
Friday 23 February 2007 9:43:36 am
I've been looking at the subversion trunk version of this extension (I've added a few tidy ups - nothing major) and I've notices that the current trunk requires the eZ GPG http://ez.no/community/contribs/template_plugins/ez_gpg & ez Debug http://ez.no/community/contribs/template_plugins/ez_dbug contributions. Will these be a requirment of the next version?
Nice extension BTW - a very good example of how to create a payment gateway.
Friday 23 February 2007 11:45:38 pm
Thank you for your interest in and praise of eZ Authorize!
It's true that within the eZ Authorize <i>trunk</i> (or development) subversion repository is a new and much improved edition of eZ Authorize which now offers a great deal of additional functionality for e-commerce applications.
While we are still preparing the official release and documentation materials at this time, this latest edition (<i>in trunk</i> has been successfully deployed in a very active USA based e-commerce site.
This latest edition supports order payment information storage for later use. Using the payment information storage features does require the eZ GPG extension to secure sensitive customer payment details for storage within your eZ publish database in an encrypted format. The payment information storage will not be enabled by default nor is it required.
The eZ Dbug extension was used in testing of the development of the extension but should not be a requirement for production use.
Modified on Friday 23 February 2007 11:47:28 pm by Brookins Consulting
Monday 03 September 2007 7:26:16 pm
there is a little Bug in "ezauthorizegateway.php"
In line 272 you should add two "()" after the function call.
It should be like this:
ezDebug::writeDebug( 'Server md5 hash is ' . $response["MD5 Hash"] . ' and client hash is ' . strtoupper( md5( $aim->getMD5String() ) ) . ' from string ' . $aim->getMD5String() );
Tuesday 04 September 2007 12:19:09 am
Hello Björn Köster,
We would urge you to use the very latest source code repository instead from http://projects.ez.no/ as the older pubsvn subversion repository of ezauthorize is deprecated.
Thank you for your interest in eZ Authorize!
Wednesday 12 March 2008 6:00:34 am
I've just had a few problems getting the ezauthorize extension to work. Finally sussed it out so thought i'd put the solution to my problem up here.
If you download the ezauthorize extension as a .zip file and extract it to your ez-root-dir/extensions make sure that you rename the folder ezauthorize and don't leave it as ezauthorize_v1.x.x
Took me a while to work out why the workflow was not picking up that a payment gateway had been installed, even though the extension would activate in eZ.
Maybe might be a good idea if the zip was changed so that it outputted the correct folder? could help out other noobs like myself.
btw nice extension!
Friday 06 June 2008 10:47:08 pm
Hi. New to ezpublish. I was wondering if this works with paypal? If so, then why is there a paypal gateway (which appears to not be updated for 4.0)?
I am going to implement a payment system soon, so am interested in the right way to proceed.
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