Is anyone using ActiveMerchant currently? I've seen it recommended on this list several times, but it seems kind of buggy and incomplete and I'm having trouble getting it to work. >From the example at http://home.leetsoft.com/am/, I've tried: gateway = ActiveMerchant::Base.gateway(:authorized_net) response = gateway.capture(1000, creditcard) ..but it doesn't work (uninitialized constant Base). I had to modify the above to add the module name: gateway = ActiveMerchant::Billing::Base.gateway(:bogus) response = gateway.capture(1000, creditcard) I'm currently getting an error like: undefined method `authorize' for ActiveMerchant::Billing::BogusGateway:Class Though the method is implemented in both the bogus and base classes. I have this installed as a plugin from svn for rails 1.1 under ruby 1.8.4. Just wonder if there's a really obvious solution that I'm missing. Thanks! -Pawel
on 2006-05-30 23:19
on 2006-05-30 23:29
I use Payment for Substruct. Works wonderfully for charges and voids.
on 2006-05-30 23:41
On 5/30/06, subimage interactive <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote: > I use Payment for Substruct. Works wonderfully for charges and voids. I looked into Payment, but I needed the ability to authorize and then capture at a later date and it didn't seem like Payment implemented that at first glance. Though now that you mentioned voids, I took a second look at the source and noticed that there is indeed an AUTH_ONLY transaction type in there. I'll probably give it a second look. Thanks! In the mean time, I've found that initializing the billing class directly seems to do the trick: gateway = ActiveMerchant::Billing::BogusGateway.new() Not sure what's up with the example code though. -Pawel