You may reference this article if your shopping cart is requesting an AppID, an AppLogin and/or a connection ticket. However, your shopping cart provider is fully responsible for inputting this information on your webstore .
The following shopping cart providers have proven to frequently be compatible with our payments services and should be contacted for more information. It is important to note, as mentioned above, that compatibility with our payments services is ultimately the responsibility of the shopping cart provider to maintain. We offer the following as a courtesy for reference.
to veiw all compatible stores please visit, http://payments.intuit.com/ecommerce-payment-processing/
For technical assistance in creating or configuring an eCommerce API visit our Intuit Developer Group website.
IMPORTANT: The following steps must be completed in the specified sequence!
You may skip this step if the merchant account is currently on PTS/SPA with e-Commerce as a processing option.
If they are being prompted to verify their email address, they will be sent an email. They have to complete the verification email at the computer that they are creating the connection ticket on.
After filling out the above information, it will redirect the merchant back to register for an app, and they can continue creating the ticket from that point on.
The Domain and the Application Identifier are used to generate the App Login.
IMPORTANT: The resulting App Login must be unique or the following error will occur!
"Duplicate Application Registration: there is already an application with this AppLogin."
If this happens, the above steps will need to be repeated using a new, unique Application identifier to resolve this problem.
Note: Once you have copied down the connection ticket, sign out of this page. This ensures the connection ticket is activated. This connection ticket will be added to your shopping cart to allow payments processing. Each shopping cart provider is unique so be sure to reach to them for any additional information.
IMPORTANT: Make sure to logout of the Merchant Account website after you generated the connection ticket, as the connection tickets won’t become active until you hit “Logout” on the page where they are generated. This often causes confusion when the merchant is still logged into the “create a connection ticket” website and is attempting to process from their shopping cart. The connection ticket won’t be active yet, and the payment will get an error