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This feature adds First Data Payeezy as an available payment processor. Supported payment methods include:
Getting Here: Select Configuration > Payments > Payment Gateways > New > First Data Payeezy
Fields you must configure to set up this payment processor are as follows:
This feature enables precise access for roles (for example: enabling or denying read, create, or delete access to batch processes) and control of the contents in the navigation pane. The user experience has been enhanced by providing intuitive menus and simplified steps.
Note that access to a certain module may include the ability to interact with other modules to which the user has not been granted explicit access. For example, a user with only "Create Plan" access can create new services within the Plans module when creating a new plan. However, this same user does not have access to the Services module in the navigation pane, and thus cannot create services within the Services module.
Getting Here: Click Configuration > Security > Roles > New
Note: Depending on the functions configured within your Aria instance, the options that appear in the following Roles screen may differ. If you have questions regarding one of these modules, refer to User Documentation for that module.
Note: If Read access for Configuration > Integrations > Web Service API page is deselected, the Manage Authorization Keys setting automatically reverts to No.
For example, Analytics & Reporting presents options to grant access to various dashboards and reports. Marking the star designates the dashboard as the default.
The Access to Account Groups section displays each available Functional Account Group with a check box. Selecting a checkbox enables the role access to that Functional Account Group. If you do not have Account Groups configured, this section does not display.
For some modules, such as Configuration, specific access can be granted to individual sub-pages for the module. If no checkboxes for a sub-page are checked, the sub-page or features (for example, a create New button) of the sub-page do not display for a user with the role.
Note: In some cases, higher-level access includes lower-level access. This is denoted automatically as you select the checkboxes. For example, a user with Create, Edit or Delete access automatically has Read access.
Note: You must Enable NETS refunds for this functionality.
When using an API to issue an account refund to a NETS account (e.g. with the issue_refund_to_acct API), the logic used to calculate the total paid amount for an invoice has been modified. Refunds processed through NETS are now correctly applied to the total amount paid for an invoice.
Getting Here: Click Setup > Company > General Preferences
Select the Custom Preferences tab.
Click the checkbox next to either of the two options to activate them. The options are as follows:
The Promotional Plan Sets, Coupons, and Discount Rules screens now provide the ability to sort each column, filter certain columns, and to show and hide columns.
The revised screens now have the following features:
Previously, an option for Contract End Options was "Continue service without contract with standard rates." However, this label did not accurately or clearly describe the option. This label has been updated to "Continue service without contract with pre-contract rates."
The tooltip displayed when hovering over the option has also been updated for clarity to state: On completion of contract terms, service will stay in effect and continue to bill per normal terms. The rates that were present on the account before the contract was applied will be in effect at time of contract completion.
This option displays in various places in the user interface when configuring a contract. When the "Continue service without contract with pre-contract rates" option is selected, the service continues and the rates existing on the plan before the contract was assigned apply.
This feature enhances AriaRA for users who have access to multiple client environments. Now, when you switch client environments, you can run AriaRA reports for the current client without having to close your browser and log back in.
The time zone for your company is set by Customer Support. This enhancement affects Audit Log entries, which can now show a timestamp coordinated with Mountain time.
Getting Here: Click Configuration > Client Settings > Locale Settings > New or edit an existing locale
The new fields on this screen are:
Previously, the View-only CSR level access allowed edit access to certain areas of the Account Overview module. The View-only CSR level has been updated to remove any edit access, and now only allows view access to the Account Overview section.
For more information about roles, refer to Security.
For recurring transactions with a credit card payment method, the create_order API supports sending only the CVV number (without the credit card number) to the Vantiv (Litle) payment processor for collection. A new input parameter named <existing_pay_method_cvv> has been added to the create_order API to send the CVV number of an existing credit card on the account to the payment processor.
If the account’s current form of payment for recurring transactions is a credit card, the create_order API passes the <existing_pay_method_cvv> (if entered) to Aria and then Aria passes the account’s current credit card and details of the CVV to the payment processor to complete the order.
If the alt_pay_method API is used, the <existing_pay_method_cvv> input parameter is ignored and the CVV field provided in the alt_pay_method is used.
The type_no=4 description has been updated for the following APIs:
The description has been updated from "Continue service without contract w/standard rates" to "Continue service without contract with pre-contract rates." This description has been updated for clarity, and does not reflect a change to the functionality.
This feature adds support for entering dynamic Soft Descriptor information for the PayPal PayFlow Pro, and PayPal Express Checkout payment processors. A credit card soft descriptor is text rendered on a cardholder’s statement. It describes a particular product or service purchased by the cardholder. Descriptors are intended to help the cardholder identify the products or services purchased.
The following APIs have a new input parameter:
The new input parameter is as follows:
<soft_descriptor> - Transaction description shown on the buyer's statement.