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WooCommerce Authorize.Net Reporting extension makes it easy to access and automate your Authorize.Net sales transaction data. You can get a daily CSV report via email of all your settled transactions from Authorize.Net, and you can also download a CSV report from specific date range inside the WooCommerce > Reports area.
Installation for Woocommerce Authorize.Net Reporting
- Download the extension from your dashboard
- Goto Plugins > Add New > Upload and select the ZIP file you just downloaded
- Click Install Now, and then Activate
- Click the Configure link and read the next section to learn how to setup and configure the plugin.
Also, DOwnload WooCommerce Authorize.Net DPM Payment Gateway
Setup and Configuration
To get started, log in to your Authorize.Net account and click on “Account”:
Next, click on the “Transaction Details API” link:
Now, enter your security question answer, and click “Enable Transaction Details API”. If this is already enabled, you do not have to re-enable it.
Finally, login to your WooCommerce site and go to WooCommerce > Reports > Authorize.Net > Settings. If you already have an active Authorize.Net payment gateway installed, your API credentials will be pre-filled. Make sure they are correct. If the API Login ID and API Transaction Key are not populated.
- Email Recipients – Enter the email address or addresses that should receive the daily CSV transaction report. Separate multiple emails with commas.
- API Login ID – Your Authorize.Net API Login ID — login to your Authorize.Net account to get this and follow the steps mentioned above.
- API Transaction Key – Your Authorize.Net API Transaction Key — login to your Authorize.Net account to get this and follow the steps mentioned above.
- API Environment – The API environment for the provided credentials. If you are using a separate test account (at test.authorize.net), you can change this to “Test”, otherwise please do not change it from “Production”.
- Debug Mode – Enable this is you are having issues correctly exporting data; errors will be saved to the WooCommerce Error Log (under /wc-logs – location listed on the settings page). All debugging messages are cleaned of sensitive information before display, but as a best practice, please do not enable this unless you are having issues with the plugin.