1. Go to CC processing menu select Authorize.net as an active CC processor, click Continue and then enter your Authorize.net detail settings. Enter merchant login and transaction key exactly as it was given to you by Authorize.net authorities. Then choose the currency and enter prefix to identify transactions from your store which are handled through Authorize.net. It is necessary if you use Authorize.net not only with this store.
2. Then log in into your Authorize.net merchant account
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Next, it will ask for
Secret Question and Answer, you'll need it to access some info in your authorize.net account later.
go to Settings-> Response/Receipt URLs click Add URL button and enter the following URL:
Check that the following parameters are set as following:
Settings-> Direct Response:
1. Direct Response Delimited Response: Yes
2. Default Field Separator: ,(comma)
click "Settings and Profile" -> "Obtain Transaction Key" -> answer Secret Question, click [Submit], copy "Transaction Key"
Now, go to Store's Control panel -> Payment methods
Scroll down to Payment gateways section -> select "AuthorizeNet AIM" from the list -> click [Add]
-> Click AuthorizeNet: AIM: Configure -> enter Login (username), transaction key, select Currency, leave MD5 hash value blank, Test/Live mode, Order prefix (can be anything you want or blank - helps if the same authorize.net account is used for several stores to see which store order came from) -> click [Update]
You can disable you manual credit card processing method now (it's enabled by default - called "Credit Card") and enable and rename your Authorize.net payment method to something more user friendly (like "Credit Card") now.
Now, try to place a real order in the store (maybe with a test product for $1 or so) to see if everything works.