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Suggestions on how to get eCart to handle both credit cards and invoices

Thread began 5/07/2013 12:53 pm by rod431909 | Last modified 5/07/2013 1:21 pm by rod431909 | 309 views | 4 replies |

rod431909

Suggestions on how to get eCart to handle both credit cards and invoices

I am trying to build a checkout system that mirrors a current one I built with a different system and a lot of elbow grease. Currently when a client is ready to check out I take them to a login page where they can either log in or sign in as a new user. A new user can sign up either as a consumer (where they are taken through a credit card payment option) or as a corporate user (where they are sent an invoice). The only real different between the two users is that there is a true/false flag set in a db table and whether the credit card info is captured. Although I have yet to be able to get the eCart checkout wizard to work for the credit card checkout, I was thinking once I did this that I could find some way to change the pages generated to meet my needs. Am I going about this the wrong way?

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Jason ByrnesWebAssist

use security assist for the registration and login process.

you can edit the login behavior on the login page to store the true false column in a session to determine the logged in user type.

you can create an access rule for the user types based on the session.

run the checkout wizard twice, once with no gateway, the second time to accept credit cards. make sure the pages use unique names.

use the access rules to restrict access to the checkout pages so that the checkout pages are accessible to the intended user types.

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rod431909

Sounds like a good approach. Thanks Jason. I was unsure if I could have two separate wizard based checkouts. Good to know.

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Jason ByrnesWebAssist

yes, you can use the wizard to create multiple checkout pages, on the last step, you can set the name of the pages, make sure to use unique page names.

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rod431909

Cool.

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