Communication between USAePay and external developers is a critical component of integration. This section includes RSS news feeds and email subscriptions for the USAePay development group, to keep developers up to date on all of the updates and new features that we add on a regular and ongoing basis. While we make every effort to maintain backwards compatibility, changes can occasionally have a negative impact on merchant software.
Version 3.0 of the .NET Library has been released. This version includes 3 new methods and over a hundred new properties. The majority of the changes in this release are made to the library to support all recent features added to the Transaction API and PHP Library. Some of the highlights include:
Custom Fields support added to the library
Line Items added
Support for new recent changes to the Transaction API, such as “cc:adjust”, “cc:save”
ThreatMetrix functionality added
For a complete list of all changes in the 3.0 release please visit the
.NET Library v3.0
Sandbox server maintenance is scheduled today for 12pm PST- 3pm PST. We apologize for the inconvenience during that time. The sandbox server should be available after that time frame. We are upgrading its hardware.
The individual transaction details page now includes a range of additional feature and functions which support and enhance merchant control and customization. The transaction details screen now displays an alert if the customer's card has been blocked via the card blocker fraud module, as well as a list of the ten most recent related transactions.
Now available in the Fraud Modules section of the Merchant Console, the credit card blocker module checks the credit card number against a list of known bad card numbers and will decline the transaction if the card is found. The merchant can maintain their own list of bad cards as well as use the system provided list.
We have completed an expansion of the primary datacenter www-02.usaepay.com. The upgrades provide a significant increase in processing capacity and redundancy. As part of the network redesign, new IP addresses have been assigned to this facility. While the existing IPs will continue to function for several months, DNS for www-02.usaepay.com will be changed to the new IP on 6/1/2011.
For most merchants there should be no impact due to this change. If an outbound firewall is being used, the new IP addresses will need to be added (see below).
For further information on the structure of the USAePay network and our high availability offerings, please see the High Availability Guide.
As part of our ongoing commitment to provide the most robust, highly available gateway possible, USAePay is proud to announce that we have completed final testing on a new datacenter. The new location is a fully functioning primary processing location. Like the other two primary processing locations, it features all of the resources necessary to process payments, independent of any other location. All data is replicated between all three sites and merchants can actively use any of the datacenters at any time. In the event of a major outage in any of the primary sites, traffic can be seamlessly routed to any of the other locations. For further information on our high availability offerings, please see the High Availability Guide.
USAePay has released version 1.0.0 of our payment module for the Magento shopping cart. The new release moves the module to “stable” status. New features include the ability to configure a customer receipt to be sent via the gateway. The merchant can also specify a custom receipt template. Credit card information is no longer stored in the Magento database. Refunds and additional invoices are processed using a transaction reference identifier instead. The new version is available via Magento Connect or our Magento support page
This page contains updates when new versions of USAePay maintained shopping cart payment modules are released. Currently USAePay maintains modules for the open source shopping carts Magento, osCommerce and ZenCart. You may subscribe to these updates via an RSS Feed.