SuccessWare is already integrated with PayJunction.
Before beginning the setup, please obtain the API Login and Password for your PayJunction account.
QuickLink API Login and Password
To see how to set your QuickLink API login and password, click this link:
How to connect SuccessWare to PayJunction
- In SuccessWare, go to File Menu.
- Then, select Security from the drop-down list.
- Enter the SuccessWare password to access the Security Panel.
- Click on the Credit Cards tab at the top of the Security Panel.
- In the field named PayJunction User Name, enter the API Login.
- In the field named PayJunction Password, enter the API Password.
- Do Not enter anything for Authorized HASP Key ID.
- Click OK.
- Next, within SuccessWare, process a test transaction for $1.00.
- Then, go to the PayJunction account (Batches/History > View Current Batch). If you see the test transaction that was processed through SuccessWare, then we know that it's connected.
- Now, click on the Details link next to the test transaction in PayJunction.
- On the next screen, click the Void button to void the transaction.
For additional assistance with setting up SuccessWare to accept payments with PayJunction, contact SuccessWare at 800-593-3767. http://www.successware.net
If needed, PayJunction Technical Support can be reached M-F, 8am-5pm PST at 800-601-0230 x 3.
Supported Credit Card Readers
The following credit card readers have been tested with SuccessWare and are known to work properly on both Windows and Macintosh computers:
- ID Tech MiniMag (3331-12U Mag Card Reader, USB Interface, Emulates Keyboard, Tracks 1 and 2).
For MacOS users, a window may appear the first time that the reader is plugged in. The message will state that the new "keyboard" cannot be used until it is identified. Simply close the window/message.
Most credit card readers will work with SuccessWare. However, PayJunction and SuccessWare only provide support the swiper listed above (ID Tech MiniMag). Other swipers must adhere to the following requirements:
- Must be able to read tracks 1 and 2 on the card's magnetic stripe.
- Must not read track 3.
- Must be able to send keyboard-equivalent input (as if a person typed in the information contained on the card's magnetic stripe directly on the keyboard).