[ic] Datamining with Interchange
Tue, 06 Feb 2001 11:51:30 -0700 (MST)
Actually this is very possible...
You can simply turn off the cc processing...
When the user logs on, have his corp. account number follow him around in a
Re-format the achive invoice file, to look how you want it to...
Then after an order is processed, call a system script to ftp/mail/scp to where
you need it for your system to pick it up...
Quoting "Phillip A. Ryals" <firstname.lastname@example.org>:
> Hi all,
> I'm new here, and I hope this hasn't been asked before...
> I'm looking at Interchange to replace my company's current ecom
> It's a proprietary/unstable piece that I'm not allowed to touch (it's in
> another state). The best option (and I've investigated many) is to
> create a
> new one.
> The problem is that we have a proprietary system that all business runs
> Our current software interfaces through a gateway to get realtime
> pricing (via contracts) and a real system order number. The nice thing
> that it's all done for us, and we can just pull the order up in the
> as if customer service put it in themselves.
> I'm curious whether Interchange might be adaptable to this type of
> environment. It would mean somehow linking it to a gateway that it
> query for pricing. Also, when the order is placed, Interchange would
> to let the order go through to our system (attaching the account number
> the method of payment) instead of processing the order itself.
> I hope someone might be able to help. We might even need a consultant.
> not terribly strong in perl, and that might be where I'm going with
> Thanks for any comments/suggestions!
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