Last post Jun 24, 2011 02:18 AM by Mamba Dai - MSFT
Jun 20, 2011 05:57 AM|kaisersolo|LINK
I have a 3.5 .net website that has a payment channel to a 3rd party Card Payment provider. I use a Redirect method and post hidden values to the 3rd party. They then process the a customer payments and send the result to a webpage on my site i.e. response.aspx
I have passed infromation for the Response url to the third party which is utilised when they pass the information back to my site . the reffering url is in the following format
https://sitename/response.aspx and cannot be changed in process.
Because my site has the sessionless="true" and InProc in the web.config file it assigns all new calls to a new session in the format
https://sitename/S(nw34rrr2rehfjwef)/response.aspx . This causes the Third party application to think its being redirected after it has sent its information to the Reffering url.
Is there any way to allow my response page to not act in the same way as the rest of the site
If I pass the customer orginal session variable in a hidden field which then the third party passes back, is there a way to tke this variable and us it to link back to the orignal session
Any other guidence whould be greatly appreciated.
Jun 23, 2011 04:57 AM|GPankaj|LINK
You can pass the value to the third party in Query String. Use encrypted query string.
Jun 24, 2011 02:18 AM|Mamba Dai - MSFT|LINK
It's seems little difficult to provide a solid solution for you due to we can't grasp the exect information about how to intergarte your payment channel with the 3rd party Card Payment provider. Basically, we submit user's data to the 3rd party Card Payment
using post method and then retrieve the data returned from the 3rd party Card Payment, such as