TLDR: post IS successful. PayTrace, by design, returns a 400 error, which sets off exceptions in httpresponse. Solution: catch the exception and then continue deserializing your response.
I coded a few weeks ago a .NET post to the PayTrace API which helps me demo and test payment by credit card using client side encryption. The process more or less went like this:
- Create demo account as a merchant on Paytrace
- Download PEM key
- On submit of form with credit card information, an imported PayTraceJS library encrypts the card number and csc code
- Use the demo account’s username and password to submit a request for a token
- Submit transaction (which includes encrypted info as well as other required fields) using token and await response
A successful http response returns a status code of 200. I read it via stream, deserialize it using json into my CardResponse object (both successful and failure responses have the same design). Everything went great until I began testing rejected cards.…