Created attachment 8521608 [details] Screen Shot 2014-05-09 at 5.04.37 PM.png When we make a test payment on Boku's web payment flow, we enter test codes such as MX00 (see https://mana.mozilla.org/wiki/display/MARKET/Boku for all codes). We cannot enter the letters M and X on a mobile device because the keypad is forced into numeric mode. This means we cannot test Boku on a mobile device until this is either fixed or if we all get roaming SIMs (which could be pricey!). This screenshot is an example of where we need to enter the code but taken from the desktop simulator (which has a full keyboard). You can see the forced numeric pad for mobile.
Priority: -- → P1
For testing on mobile device, Boku suggests typing the number on a different screen, selecting it, copying it and then when the test number is asked for pasting it into the payment flow. While MX00 cannot be typed in due to the number fields, it will accept being pasted in.
Well, the FUNNY THING is that Firefox OS doesn't support copy/paste yet (bug 747798). I'll wait until you're done laughing. After that, maybe ask if they have an idea for another workaround?
This issue may have been fixed on the Boku side as John was able to enter in characters during testing recently, he is looking into it and will let us know if this bug can be closed due to a Boku fix.
(In reply to lsaunders from comment #5) > This issue may have been fixed on the Boku side as John was able to enter in > characters during testing recently, he is looking into it and will let us > know if this bug can be closed due to a Boku fix. Hi Team, You can use the test number "987654321" followed by the two digit error code. For example, "98765432100" would invoke a successful transaction "98765432102" would invoke a failed transaction ("Internal Server error: please re-try") The error codes are provided in Appendix "A" of the Boku Technical Reference document.
Status: NEW → RESOLVED
Last Resolved: 4 years ago
Resolution: --- → FIXED
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