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#21551 30-Apr-2008 14:04
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Although its technically a job offer, I thought I would post in the forums where more regulars are likely to see it - as its just a small one-off job.

Anyone out there able to integrate osCommerce with any credit card payment option in New Zealand (preferably Westpac). Im sure its easy enough, but I dont have the time or inclination to do it and test it, would rather someone who already has the experience just breeze in and do it.

Its for a paying client, so you will be remunurated.

PM me.

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  #127299 30-Apr-2008 14:10
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Tony, you'd need gateways such as DPS or paystation, for true, and safe process of C/C to Westpac etc. Who is implementing the OS Comm? Commerce? They should be able to plug in the API. Otherwise you'd need https certs etc. Paypal is also a good option but costly.

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  #127315 30-Apr-2008 15:02
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Ack! Ptooie!

That aside, I'd second DPS you'll find there is an existing hack...uh...contribution for OSCommerce for integrating with DPS - go to Contributions and search for DPS.

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  #127317 30-Apr-2008 15:09
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CRE Loaded is oscom on testosterone!

PS: you'd also need your Westpac account to be merchant enabled account, am not sure what sort of cost is involved in that different from bank to bank.

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  #127357 30-Apr-2008 18:31
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I am not aware of how the gateway you talk about works; does it have the option to send the recipetent through to a link? (you would enter it into the settings of the payment gateway at their end).

If so it is very similar to the old paypal gateway on oscommerce and you would need to tweak one or two pages (maybe 2 lines of code).

Would love to offer my services but am just way too busy at work!!

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  #127365 30-Apr-2008 18:55
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Please email me directly on the link on my signature I will assist you as required. or you can go here and look for it

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