Response/Receipt URLs

The Response/Receipt URL(s) are the Web addresses to which the payment gateway sends transaction responses and/or redirects customers to your website from the payment gateway hosted receipt page.

IMPORTANT: To be considered valid, any response or receipt URL that is submitted with transaction requests from your account must also exist on this list. If a submitted URL does not match a value on this list, the transaction will be rejected. If no URL is submitted with the transaction, the Default Receipt or Default Relay Response URL configured on this page will be applied.

 

To add a URL to the list of authorized response or receipt URLs:

Step 1: Click Add URL.

Step 2: Enter the new URL in the URL text field. This URL must start with either http:// or https://.

Step 3: Click Submit. A confirmation message indicates that the URL has been successfully added.

Note: URLs that are not designated as the Default Receipt URL or Default Relay Response URL cannot be edited. In order to edit one of these URLs, you must first delete it and then use the Add URL link to re-add the correct URL to the list.

Default URLs

If no URL is submitted with the transaction request, the receipt or response will be returned to either the Default Receipt URL or Default Relay Response URL designated on this page, respectively.

 

To add or edit the default receipt URL:

Note: You need to configure a Default Receipt URL only if you are using the payment gateway hosted receipt page.

Step 1: Click Edit next to Default Receipt URL. The Receipt Page-Receipt Method page opens.

Step 2: In the URL text field, enter the URL of the website where you would like your customers to be redirected from the receipt page. The URL must start with either http:// or https://.

Step 3: Select the Receipt Method you would like to use. This refers to the manner in which you would like transaction information to be passed back to your website when the customer clicks the default receipt link.

Note: This setting might depend on how your website is integrated to the payment gateway. Please contact the person who integrated your website or your Web developer before changing these settings.

Step 4: Enter any custom text you would like to use for the link back to your website.

Step 5: Click Submit. A confirmation message indicates that the URL has been added.

The URL is then saved as the Default Receipt URL on the Response/Receipt URLs page.

If you update an existing default receipt URL, the old URL is not deleted, but is moved to the bottom of the URL list. If you would like to remove the URL from the list, click Delete.

 

To add or edit the default relay response URL:

Note: You need to configure the Default Relay Response URL only if you are using Relay Response (the payment gateway passes the full transaction response to a URL on your website).

Step 1: Click Edit next to Default Relay Response URL. The Relay Response page opens.

Step 2: In the URL text field, enter the URL where the payment gateway should send the relay response. This URL must start with either http:// or https://.

Step 3: Click Submit. A confirmation message indicates that the URL has been added.

The URL is then saved as the Default Relay Response URL on the Response/Receipt URLs page.

If you update an existing default relay response URL, the URL is not deleted, but is moved to the bottom of the URL list. If you would like to remove the URL from the list, click Delete.

 

To delete a URL, click Delete next to the URL you would like to remove. A confirmation message indicates that the URL has been deleted.

 

 

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