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Which Hosting Provider do you use?

Thread began 6/15/2009 10:56 am by fcoloccia331860 | Last modified 6/15/2009 11:05 am by fcoloccia331860 | 946 views | 2 replies |


Which Hosting Provider do you use?

Can one of you tell me which Hosting Provider and which package you use that works well with eCart?

I've tried 4 different provider on a Shared package and none of them work because the PayFlow SDK is not installed.

I use the PayFlow Pro (US).


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Ray BorduinWebAssist

What server language? I think if you use PHP or coldfusion just about any service provider will work.

I'm not sure of a good classic ASP service provider... they are probably getting harder to come by.

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Using Classic ASP with vbScript

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