[ic] Signio .. Again
Mon, 2 Apr 2001 13:39:21 -0700
Ok, thanks that is very helpful.
----- Original Message -----
From: "Ron Phipps" <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Sent: Monday, April 02, 2001 1:31 AM
Subject: Re: [ic] Signio .. Again
> > Ok now for my dumb questions.....This tells me what to do but not why I
> > doing it. I am trying to get a clarification of the practices
> > this code
> Dumb question, nah, those clarifications are definitely a good thing to
> > 1) Is there a globalsub/itransact?
> I think John just posted tonight about working on this for the 4.8.x
> of IC with Mike's help. I'd look for it in a future version.
> > 2) Can one shop use authorize.net and another use signio, while running
> > same instance of Interchange? Or do I need a separate instance of
> > Interchange for every shop with a different approval service? I am
> > not because the signio-specific stufff is in catalog.cfg .Am I correct?
> Yes you are correct! You tell IC which globalsub to use on a catalog
> specific basis so it should not be a problem to use different providers
> each catalog. This would definitely be helpful for clients that are
> changing e-com apps/providers but would like to keep their existing
> > 3) The Signio module appears to talk to the Signio host directly, does
> > presume that some other Signio software is installed on my server?
> Yes, the signio module calls the PfPro binary which sets up a secure link
> with Signio (now verisign). These binaries are available for most
> hardware/os'es that IC will run on. You can download the software once
> setup a *free* test account with Verisign. After you download the
> untar/unzip it and follow their directions contained in the tgz. Once you
> have verified that the PfPro binary works using the included test.sh you
> should be ready to integrate with IC.
> This reminds me that I need to rewrite the Verisign how-to (I can't seem
> find my original on the list or in my archives) and also add the
> IC+Verisign+Alpha+Java how-to and PGP how-to. I'll get around to it since
> we have a break in site developments (a break, no way :)
> Good luck,
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