Last post Feb 18, 2010 01:49 AM by rajeev16mca2k5
Mar 04, 2008 09:48 AM|ducquan|LINK
I am an IT student, a newbie to ecommerce. I have gotten a part-time job (asp.net developer). And I have been asked to build an ecommerce website using ASP.NET (with C#). The website will help us to sell products and allow customers to make payment using
DEBIT CARD. I am getting stuck with the payment using DEBIT CARD. I do not know where to start. Therefore, I really need all your recommendations, suggestions and advices about this problem. Can anyone give me some clues for this?
- What do I need to process the payment using DEBIT CARD?
- What is the recommended design for this kind of software?
I appreciate all your comments and your helps.
Thanks all of you.
Mar 04, 2008 01:35 PM|greencg|LINK
I would suggest taking a look at Authorize.net -- Here is a diagram on how web commerce works:
Here is the section for developers -
Depending on your time constraints, it maybe more cost effective if you purchased a shopping cart and customized it to fit your needs.
ASPdotnetstorefront is developed in ASP.net 2.0 and C# with source code available -
or Znode Storefront - http://www.znode.com/ same - asp.net 2.0 and C#
I would recommened ASPdotnetstorefront though --
Mar 05, 2008 10:22 AM|ducquan|LINK
Thanks for your helps.
Now i have some ideas about what I have to do.
According to suggestions above, I have searched and found that there are many payment gateways similar to Authorize.Net.
Can I ask some more further questions about Payment Gateway as follow:
- What is the real purpose of payment gateway? (or all it will do is to forward the transaction to the bank who issues debit cards)
- What are basic components inside a payment gateway and how do they work?
- Do you have any clue for me if I want to build a payment gateway like Authorize.net?
Thank you. You are making me feel more interested in e-commerce now. Thanks again.
Mar 05, 2008 01:54 PM|topcatin|LINK
Make sure you encrypt the customer's info(debit card number etc..)
Look at this:
Mar 06, 2008 08:33 PM|ducquan|LINK
Feb 18, 2010 01:49 AM|rajeev16mca2k5|LINK
very useful forum...Thanks