Here is a new one...
I am implementing (painfully) a new ecommerce website using for the first time SkipJack...
The response page I am getting is containing in its header the response variable under the form of comments. This is a method I am not used to.
They offer the option of using our own hyperlink as response page, but it does not seem to work at all...
So the only option left in this scenario is to use their HTML response page.
I am trying to set up a response page that will display conditional "messages" settled depending of the response I get from the transaction process.
Any Idea on how to reuse this data in a response page ?
<html><head><title>Extension</title></head><body><!--AUTHCODE=MC0899--><!--szSerialNumber=XXXXXXXXXXXXX--><!--szTransactionAmount=899--><!--szAuthorizationDeclinedMessage=--><!--szAVSResponseCode=N--><!--szAVSResponseMessage=Card authorized, no address or zip code match.--><!--szOrderNumber=NN4e2VV3v--><!--szAuthorizationResponseCode=MC0899--><!--szIsApproved=1--><!--szCVV2ResponseCode=M--><!--szCVV2ResponseMessage=Match--><!--szReturnCode=1--><!--szTransactionFileName=9802853580242.022--><!--szCAVVResponseCode=--><html>
<title>Skipjack: We are processing you order!</title>
<body bgcolor="#FFFFFF" link="#FF0000" vlink="#000000" alink="#FF9900">