RE: Error in template order_wizard_paymentmothod_selector_module_tmpl

We still use site builder and I made one change on the One Page Checkout configuration folder and then possibly it correlated to getting the following error when trying to select payment method.

Application-0174b261d3e0.js:formatted:13224 Uncaught TypeError: Error in template order_wizard_paymentmethod_selector_module_tmpl: Cannot read property ‘name’ of undefined

Any help would be amazing, thank you.

rterrill Rookie Asked on September 21, 2020 in Other.
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Incase anyone runs into this, according to Netsuite, it has to do with No Credit Card Processing Profile. Just fyi.

RE: Error in template order_wizard_paymentmothod_selector_module_tmpl

 

https://netsuite.custhelp.com/app/answers/detail/a_id/39792/kw/error%20in%20template

 

Applicable for the following version(s):
Reference Checkout  v2.02.0 (Bundle ID 49333)

If an error message appears on the browser console during the payment step of the checkout process: TypeError: Error in template order_wizard_payment_selector_module_tmpl: Cannot read property ‘name’ of undefined and the page is stuck or loaded blank, one possible cause is when there is no configured Credit Card Processing profile on the NetSuite account.

Before creating a credit card processing profile,  enable the Credit Card and Display in Web Site preferences on the payment method that we want to add as a Supported Payment Method.

  • Navigate to Setup > Accounting > Accounting Lists > TypePayment Method
  • Edit a payment method and enable Credit Card and Display in Web Site preferences. Enabling the Credit Card option will list it as an available Payment Method on your Credit Card Processing profile.

To add a credit card processor:

  • Navigate to Setup > Accounting > Credit Card Processing
  • Add a Credit Card Profile.
Rookie Answered on September 21, 2020.

Do you mean to go to Setup > Account > Payment Processing Profiles?  I don’t see the option for Setup > Account > Credit Card Processing.

on October 16, 2020.
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