woocommerce – Possibility of having multiple Authorize.net accounts on the same site?

I have a site that serves multiple business units of a company. The company would like to be able to sell different products from each business unit. Each business unit has its own Authorize.net account and wants to process transactions using its own Authorize.net account.


  • Business Unit A wants to sell widget A and treat the
    Authorize.net account transaction A.
  • Business Unit B wants to sell the widget B and treat the
    Authorize.net account transaction B.
  • Business Unit C wants to sell widget C and treat the
    Authorize.net account transaction.

For accounting reasons, they can not share a single authorize.net account. The site uses WooCommerce.

I did a lot of research and found plugins and methods to use several different gateways (eg Authorize.net and Stripe), but not multiple accounts for the same gateway because the keys were tend to be installed.

I'm pretty sure the answer to the question is "no," but I want to make sure I do not give up prematurely.

customer order – magento 2.3.1 Authorize.net how to redirect to a failed page if the credit card information is wrong or if an error occurs

I have integrated Authorize.net payment method available in version 2.3.1 of Magento that uses the Accept.js method.

When the customer gives erroneous information on his credit card or any error that autorize.net gives in response, he is then redirected to a failure page and the order placed with the status Payment_review.

How to implement this feature in version 2.3.1 of Magento?

Hiren Shah

[bd] Paygate: AUTHORIZE.NET | NulledTeam UnderGround

Additional requirements: [bd] Paygates

[bd] Paygate: Authorize.Net

1. Add support for Authorize.Net as a payment portal

If you want to allow the user to subscribe to recurring payments, consider using [bd] Paygate: AUTHORIZE.NET ARB instead. This add-on does not support recurring. However, the other module allows the user to enter credit card information on your site. If you prefer to let the user enter this information on the Authorize.Net site, continue to use this one ….

Applying the Authorize.net Direct Post Patch

We have a setup of magento 2.2.6 configured via composer. I do not know how to apply the required .patch file to use the new encryption.

Magento 2 and Authorize.net MD5 – What does it mean for Magento 2?


Could any one be able to shed light on what this means for Magento 2 sites using Authorize? I had strangely little success in finding any discussion about it.

authorize.net – command created without status when the transaction is denied by authoriser.net using a credit card

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