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Bump SG version Accept 2 parameters

  • new version (no flag)
  • old version - defined with the from flag Example: ./version.js 1.2.3 --from 1.2.2
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Authorize()

Authorizes a payment using a credit card. The payment is authorized by using the CYBERSOURCE_BML processor only and setting the order no as the transaction ID. Customizations may use other processors and custom logic to authorize credit card payment.

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Authorize()

Authorizes a payment using a credit card. The payment is authorized by using the PAYPAL_EXPRESS processor only and setting the order no as the transaction ID. Customizations may use other processors and custom logic to authorize credit card payment.

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Authorize()

Authorizes a payment using a credit card. A real integration is not supported, that's why the pipeline returns this state back to the calling checkout pipeline.

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Authorize()

Authorizes a payment using a credit card. The payment is authorized by using the BASIC_CREDIT processor only and setting the order no as the transaction ID. Customizations may use other processors and custom logic to authorize credit card payment.

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Authorize()

Authorizes a payment using a credit card. The payment is authorized by using the BASIC_CREDIT processor only and setting the order no as the transaction ID. Customizations may use other processors and custom logic to authorize credit card payment.

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Authorize()

Authorizes a payment using a gift certificate. The payment is authorized by redeeming the gift certificate and simply setting the order no as transaction ID.

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Authorize()

Authorizes a payment using a credit card. A real integration is not supported, that's why the pipeline returns this state back to the calling checkout pipeline.

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Authorize()

Authorizes a payment using a credit card. A real integration is not supported, that's why the pipeline returns this state back to the calling checkout pipeline.

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Handle()

Verifies a credit card against a valid card number and expiration date and possibly invalidates invalid form fields. If the verification was successful a credit card payment instrument is created.

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Handle()

This is where additional BillMeLaterl integration would go. The current implementation simply creates a payment method and returns 'success'.

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Handle()

Verifies a credit card against a valid card number and expiration date and possibly invalidates invalid form fields. If the verification was successful a credit card payment instrument is created.

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Handle()

Verifies a credit card against a valid card number and expiration date and possibly invalidates invalid form fields. If the verification was successful a credit card payment instrument is created. The pipeline just reuses the basic credit card validation pipeline from processor BASIC_CREDIT.

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Handle()

This is where additional PayPal integration would go. The current implementation simply creates a PaymentInstrument and returns 'success'.

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Handle()

Verifies a credit card against a valid card number and expiration date and possibly invalidates invalid form fields. If the verification was successful a credit card payment instrument is created. The pipeline just reuses the basic credit card validation pipeline from processor BASIC_CREDIT.

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Handle()

Verifies a credit card against a valid card number and expiration date and possibly invalidates invalid form fields. If the verification was successful a credit card payment instrument is created. The pipeline just reuses the basic credit card validation pipeline from processor BASIC_CREDIT.

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module:models/ProductListModel~ProductListModel/ returns {module:models/ProductListModel~ProductListModel} New ProductListModel instance.()T

Gets the wishlist for the current customer or creates a new wishlist on the fly unless an instance of a product list is passed to it.

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