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Virtuemart Checkout total amount passed to Merchant Warrior for processing is incorrect

Posted on 2011-03-11
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The Checkout total amount changes when it goes through to Merchant Warrior it shows as $77.00 no matter what the total amount is it always shows as $77.00 for example if the total amount showing in the check out is $1.19 or even $240.00 the amount that gets processed on to Merchant Warrior is always $77.00 I need help and I have done a straight install with no modifications and yet it still does this. I set up a paypal account and tested with that but that processes the right amount not $77.00 as with Merchant Warrior need an answer asap. I am in contact with Merchant Warrior as well regarding this.
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by:Allan Nisbet
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Hi

We had a similar problem when worldpay was first added to VM.

Does Merchant Warrior use a test setup when you start using it? Worldpay did and wouldnt process the values correctly as it was in a test mode.

Can you have a look at the payment processor code and paste here so I can have a look at it to compare it to mine.

If you put in a custom ID like worldpay change it to XXXXXXX to protect your account.

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by:Allan Nisbet
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The bit im thinking is the testmodus option.

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Mercahant Warrior Corrected this problem for me it was in the code that VM had in it that was causing the error I will see if he can tell me what he did to fix it however he told me he forwarded the problem to VM and they should fix it
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by:KoolV
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VM should be fixing the issue
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