Need test credentials for development.
Thanks for reaching out about getting a test account. First, I'd like to make sure we get you on the right platform to meet your needs. Can you share more information about how you will be accepting payments (e.g. eCommerce, mobile apps, or point-of-sale). Will you be developing a payment application for a client or your own business?
Feel free to message me directly @ cjennings or via email @ email@example.com
I've already found it. I don't need any of that other crap. I needed a
sandbox account and a working test card (which I'm still trying to find).
Period. This is literally ALL that I need.
Your documentation is downright hostile towards experienced developers that
aren't looking for hand holding.
On Tue, Jul 19, 2016 at 10:07 PM, cjennings <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Hi Nick. Sorry for the difficulties. We'll work on trying to make the explanation more clear. Just in case anyone else comes across this, here is the page I think you referenced about how to use the sandbox. (assuming it is the eCommerce sandbox you're asking about) - Vantiv eCommerce Sandbox .
You shouldn't need any credentials to just access to sandbox, but you will in order to certify or process in production. Not sure if you are developing on Linux or Windows, but here is a script that illustrates transacting against the sandbox - you should be able to run this from the shell. (note the endpoint for the sandbox on line 2) - You'll need to use minimum TLS 1.1 and not SSL.
curl https://www.testlitle.com/sandbox/communicator/online --tlsv1.2 \
-H "Content-Type: text/xml; charset=UTF-8" \
-X POST \
<litleOnlineRequest version="8.10" xmlns="http://www.litle.com/schema" merchantId="default">
<authorization id="ididid" reportGroup="rtpGrp" customerId="12345">
<addressLine1>20 Main Street</addressLine1>
When you do, you'll see the response below.
[root@master litle]# ./litle_auth.sh
<litleOnlineResponse version='10.1' response='0' message='Valid Format' xmlns='http://www.litle.com/schema'>
<authorizationResponse id='ididid' reportGroup='rtpGrp' customerId='12345'>
If you want to chat with an integration consultant let us know? Thanks.
Thanks for the help.
We are actually using the WooCommerce plugin (
https://woocommerce.com/products/vantiv/) which was never updated to
support TLS 1.2 (we've fixed that internally).
Most of the time, we are directed to a payment gateway by our client or our
client's financial institution so there aren't any sales type decisions
that need to get made.
The sandbox URL appears to be offline at the moment. Any ETA on when it
will be back up?
On Wed, Jul 20, 2016 at 11:11 AM, gjsissons <email@example.com>
Can you tell me where I can find the values for the following parameters
for a Capture request?
The example here: http://litleco.github.io/php/#capture doesn't show any of
these field being used, yet I'm getting "Uncaught exception
'InvalidArgumentException' with message 'Missing Field" from v10.1 of your
I've looked for a WSDL or anything that might help, and I'm not even able
to determine the data types, let alone the values for these parameter.
If you could direct me to the appropriate documentation or support person,
that would be great.
On Mon, Jul 25, 2016 at 9:23 AM, Nick Ballinger <firstname.lastname@example.org
id is an attribute of the transaction type (i.e., authorization, capture, credit, etc.).
Many of the other items you ask about are associated with Batch transactions. The Sandbox environment only supports Online transactions. I'm not familiar with the Woo plugin, but I wonder if there is a setting for sending the transactions as Online (single transaction) as opposed to Batch (multiple transactions in a file delivered to an ftp site for processing.)
Please take a look at Vantiv’s eCommerce Sandbox . This doc provides info on card numbers you can use in the Sandbox environment, as well as how to alter them to get different response messages.
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