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Re: Verisign pfpro <payflowpro> ports?
Yea, I've pretty much given up on Verisign. They're not a bad pick of you're
Solaris or a Linux distro as php has support in the 4.x releases
to call their pfpro client. I talked with the people over at Trust Commerce
and was definitely impressed. They are the only one that I've found that
offers a full blown php module with the IP addresses of all their
gateway servers built into it. If they lose the collocation that
is closest to our business we don't lose CC processing ability
because we'll fail over the next server in the list.
Was actually kind'of funny because I was trying to find out
bgp announcement info on their supernets to see if they had
alternate routes into their network for redundancy,
but it totally irrelevant because they set up their php
module the way they did.
Unfortunately I'm stuck with having to use authorize.net as my
timeframe ends this weekend and Trust Commerce doesn't process
over FDC Nashville networks (where our merchant act resides),
but I plan on switching to them in the future.
Thanks again for the reference.
Friendship Press Inc.
From: firstname.lastname@example.org [mailto:email@example.com]On Behalf Of
Sent: Wednesday, February 20, 2002 10:17 PM
To: Karsten McMinn
Subject: Re: Verisign pfpro <payflowpro> ports?
I don't know how attached you are to PayFlowPro, but what I use for online
credit card processing is an API put out by Trust Commerce
I -believe- their newest API compiles on OpenBSD, and if not you could
call them up and ask for tips on how to compile it. I have 2 PHP sites on
OpenBSD that use the PHP API and have -no- complaints. Trust Commerce is a
really nice group of people with some really cool names. Highly recommend
On Wed, 20 Feb 2002 10:40:20 -0800, Karsten McMinn said:
> I see that this question has only been
> asked once in mailing list history but
> no-one responded. Has anyone ported
> the Verisign payflowpro client or worked
> on doing it? I have been trying to get
> their pfpro client to work, and finally
> got the answer from Verisign that it wasn't coded
> to work on OpenBSD. They have perl
> and java versions available, but I have
> to be able to call the client from php for
> my application unfortunately.
> I'm willing to share the source code with anyone
> that is interested on working on this, if
> it hasn't already been done...
> Karsten McMinn