Frequently Asked Questions
Yes, the Aria PCI Javacsript tag (ariaCHD_EOM.js) contains an object wrapper class to avoid any conflict between client functions and objects.
The Aria PCI Javacript tag (ariaCHD_EOM.js) searches for an HTML form with the ID “AriaPay” and overwrites the action with a defined URL and method to POST. By adding ariaCHD_EOM.js to your page, Aria is taking complete control of your form action and method, which is a requirement per the PCI 3.0 guidelines.
When will the Aria PCI Javacsript tag trigger an event?
No. By default, the Aria PCI Javacript tag (ariaCHD_EOM.js) does not clear or control any events. This means that the client-defined event does not change.
The Aria PCI Javacsript tag (ariaCHD_EOM.js) should be included after the form load; otherwise it will fail to perform the desired action.