Server Release Notes for March 8, 2000

Replacement Error Messages

The following error message,

"This request was not in HTTP format"

was replaced with

"A problem occurred when attempting to read/write to/from the socket."

The following error message,

"We've encountered a database problem: JZOOL: Login failed"

was replaced with

"There was a problem logging into the database. Login failed."

New response codes from Paymentech

For credit card transactions:

Response code = 225, flag = DINVALIDDATA
Response code = 227, flag = DINVALIDDATA
Response code = 233, flag = DINVALIDDATA
Response code = 234, flag = DINVALIDDATA
Response code = 236, flag = DCARDREFUSED
Response code = 239, flag = DINVALIDDATA
Response code = 243, flag = DINVALIDDATA
Response code = 251, flag = DINVALIDDATA
Response code = 252, flag = DCARDREFUSED
Response code = 260, flag = DCARDREFUSED
Response code = 531, flag = DCARDREFUSED
Response code = 592, flag = DCARDREFUSED
Response code = 594, flag = DCARDREFUSED
Response code = 811, flag = DCARDREFUSED

For ECP transactions:

Response code = 239, flag = DINVALIDDATA
Response code = 811, flag = DCARDREFUSED
When a sku is not found the database, a DINVALIDATA decline exception is generated.

For NetTrade Finance:

If the bill amount is less than the auth amount, the following DINVALIDATA exception is generated:

"A bill was requested for an amount that is not equal to the authorized amount."

A DINVALIDDATA is returned if any of the following fields have more than 255 characters:

customer_firstname
customer_lastname
company_name
bill_address1
bill_address2
bill_city
bill_state
bill_country
ship_to_address1
ship_to_address2
ship_to_city
ship_to_state
ship_to_country