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ecart wizard for a generic checkout gateway

Thread began 10/07/2009 5:16 am by info259249 | Last modified 11/04/2009 2:43 pm by Ray Borduin | 1708 views | 10 replies |

info259249

ecart wizard for a generic checkout gateway

Hello.

I would like to know if and how i can use the checkout wizard for a generic bank server.

Thanks,

Marco

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Ray BorduinWebAssist

There is no such thing as a generic bank server. You would have to follow the documentation provided by the bank.

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info259249

checkout wizard gateways

... so, i can use the checkout wizard only for the selected gateways?

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Ray BorduinWebAssist

You can use it on any gateway you want to. It is a generic cart. You would have to use the documentation from the payment gateway, which will be unique to the gateway you are using.

Once you can get a generic payment with a gateway, it should be relatively easy to add the shopping cart information to it.

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info259249

set the ecart action subsequently?

Ok, but can i use the other checkout wizard options, without setting immediately the ecart gateway action, but adding the specific action only subsequently?

I don't know if i could well explain the question... I would like to have the possibility to keep the advantages of the wizard...

Sorry for my english!

Anyway thanks,

Marco

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Ray BorduinWebAssist

Sure, run the wizard with Authorize.net and don't add paypal. Then simply remove the "local checkout" server behavior on the confirm page.

That will leave the rest of the functionality in tact but allow you to add your own payment processing gateway in its place.

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tom92909Beta Tester

From my experience, Authorize.Net would be your best bet. Most banks have at the very least a 3rd party relationship with Authorize.Net. This is the simplest choice that I have found to get your cart up and running.

I personally prefer using Authorize.Net over PayPal. The merchant fees are better with Authorize.Net. PayPal Pro is more expensive monthly and per/transaction.

Contact your bank and I think you'll find someone that can get the process started.

ecommerceguide.pdf

gettingstarted.pdf

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info259249

wishlist page

Thanks, but i'm in Italy and i don't think i can use Authorize.net as a gateway.

Could you tell me how can i create a wishlist page? I searched for in the guides but i didn't find it.

Regards.

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Ray BorduinWebAssist

What do you mean by a wishlist page?

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info259249

wish list

I mean the possibility by the customer to choose to add a product to a wish list and not directly to the ecart... in the sample store there is a wish_list.asp file, but i don't understand how to built it, and also in the guides i couldn't find out how to do... I hope i can explain myself, and you can help me...

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