This topic describes configuring Stax Bill for ACH payment processing via Authorize.Net ACH.
To complete the setup, you will need to log in to Authorize.Net and copy the following information into the Stax Bill configuration pop-up:
Authorize.Net API Login ID
Authorize.Net Transaction Key
- To learn how ACH transactions are processed by Stax Bill, see Considerations When using ACH/EFT Gateways.
- For more information about Authorize.Net, visit their website.
To configure your payment gateway:
In Stax Bill, navigate to Settings>Collections>Gateways and click Show Other Supported Gateways.
Under "ACH/EFT" click AUTHORIZE.NET ACH. The Stax Bill configuration pop-up appears.
Login to Authorize.Net and navigate to Settings>API Login ID and Transaction Key.
Copy the API Login ID and paste it into the Stax Bill configuration pop-up.
Under "Create New Transaction Key" select a Secret Question and provide the answer. Click Submit to create a new transaction key.
Copy the Transaction Key you just created and paste it into the Stax Bill configuration pop-up.
If you are using an Authorize.net Developer Account to test because you want to prevent transactions from processing, ensure Developer Mode is selected.
Stax Bill will still interpret all transactions as legitimate, so you will need to refund charges made in this mode to maintain proper ledger balances in Stax Bill.
You can't test refunds while in Developer Mode because eCheck settlement is not simulated in the Authorize.Net sandbox environment. Consult the Authorize.Net documentation for more information.