[ic] How to setup a noncc processing store
Sat, 10 Mar 2001 16:07:14 -0800
At 04:38 PM 3/10/2001 -0700, you wrote:
>What I mean is:
>I want to recive all the orders, including credit card info. and have
>interchange store them so that at the end of the day the store guys can
>process the orders on their credit card machine and avoid the credit card
>transactions online, for now.
Yes. Basically you setup some encryption (PGP) and have interchange e-mail
all the orders (w/ encrypted credit card numbers) to your fulfillment
guys. Then at the end of the day they read their e-mail and do the
orders. (I think this is how the Construct demo is setup to work out of
the box -- after you setup your Encryptor option in the interchange.cfg).
You could search for Encryptor, credit card, [email], etc. things on the
developer.akopia.com website (and mailing list archive). Any questions?
>does tha makes since?
>----- Original Message -----
>Sent: Saturday, March 10, 2001 3:26 PM
>Subject: Re: [ic] How to setup a noncc processing store
> > On 10 Mar, George Loch wrote:
> > > I am building a site that, in the beginning, will only grab the orders
> > > processed at the end of the day via a cc machine. How do I do that with
> > > will it be a pain to implement a full ecommerce system later?
> > I did not understand your question. Did you mean, how can Interchange
> > get any odered items into the basket?
> > Or did you mean, that all ordered items has to make anything by
> > Interchange in any ways?
> > Sorry for my bad english!
> > Joachim
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