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Authorize.net Coldfusion Example Source code

Server Integration Method (SIM)

SIM uses scripting techniques to authenticate transactions with a unique transaction fingerprint. SIM provides a customizable, secure hosted payment form to make integration easy for Web merchants that do not have an SSL certificate. 

Advanced Integration Method (AIM)

AIM is Authorize.Net's recommended connection method and offers the most secure and flexible integration. AIM allows merchants to host their own secure payment form and send transactions to the payment gateway using an end-to-end secure sockets layer (SSL) connection. 

Response Code:

response_array[1] Response Code    

1 = Approved    

2 = Declined    

3 = Error    

4 = Held for Review4  


Response Reason Text

5  Authorization Code(approval code: 6 chars)

6  AVS Response   

    A = Address (Street) matches, ZIP does not   

    B = Address information not provided for AVS check   

    E = AVS error   

    G = Non-U.S. Card Issuing Bank   

    N = No Match on Address (Street) or ZIP   

    P = AVS not applicable for this transaction   

    R = Retry — System unavailable or timed out   

    S = Service not supported by issuer   

    U = Address information is unavailable   

    W = Nine digit ZIP matches, Address (Street) does not   

    X = Address (Street) and nine digit ZIP match   

    Y = Address (Street) and five digit ZIP match   

    Z = Five digit ZIP matches, Address (Street) does not7 Transaction ID

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