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I'm just tweaking out my new Windows 7 laptop and wanted to disable the automatic Java updating (and thus kill the silly background process), but I can't seem to get it to actually turn it off.
I found the Java Control Panel applet and found the settings on the Update tab that should control it.
It's a binary value, which I tried duplicating and pushing to other workstations but that did not work.
I ended up simply preventing from running using the following GPO setting: Thank you for your interest in this question.
When passed on customer update, it creates a payment method associated with the existing customer; see example below. .payment Method Nonce(nonce From The Client) .email("[email protected]") .credit Card() .options() .update Existing Token("the_token") .done() .done(); Result Using this method, you can update any of the credit card parameters listed above, but some parameters have been deprecated to avoid any PCI concerns with raw credit card data being present on your server.
Customer Request request = new Customer Request() .payment Method Nonce(nonce From The Client) .email("[email protected]") .credit Card() .options() .update Existing Token("the_token") .verify Card(true) .done() .billing Address() .street Address("New Street Address") .postal Code("60622") .options() .update Existing(true) .done() .done() .done(); Result option under the billing address, we will create a new address for the customer and associate it to the credit card.
But if I just open the dialog backup again right away, I see that the changes weren't actually made.
The old address will remain associated to the customer but no longer associated as the billing address of the credit card.
You can add a new payment method to an existing customer using the customer update API.
Warning: It seems the next time you install a newer Java, it turns back on the "check for updates"; at least it did for me going Java 6 update 15 to Java 6 update 16 on Windows 7.
So for now, the only way I have found to permanently keep disabled "check for updates" is to do scripted installs, such as
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If using our Drop-in UI with a customer ID to vault payment methods, you can't specify your own token.