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PSI Gate interface:

Knowledge Base Lobby : uShop Support Conference : Programmer Tips
Mar-25-18 01:38 AM EST
Original Message
PSI Gate interface:
Author Spyder on 05-28-2002 at 16:06 (EST)

I am trying to install a payment option with PSI gate.

What I want to do is to modify the Link Point credit card button at the end of the ordering process when people choose which payment option they want. Looking at the HTML, the line of code displays the following for the button:

1. how are the different hidden values, like price, and name ect passed on to the secure '' server? Looking at the code above, I don't see any references to the values that would need to be passed along.

2. How do I modify the script so that I can use the PSI gate interface to take credit card info? Here are the html essentials that they requuire:

- Thanks for a great cart!!!

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  RE: PSI Gate interface: Bill Weiner, 2002-05-29 05:00:57 (1)

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         1. RE: PSI Gate interface:
        Author Bill Weiner on 05-29-2002 at 05:00 (EST)
It appears some of your HTML that you posted did not appear in this forum (this forum has trouble displaying anything with greater-than and less-than signs). Send us a support request with your information and we may be able to give some pointers:

In the meantime, check out the "get_review_page_buttons" subroutine in the script. That subroutine creates the HTML for each of the payment processing buttons (Authorize.Net, PlanetPayment, LinkPoint, etc.) which POST all of the data as hidden fields to their respective interfaces.

Depending on the information that you need to POST to PSI Gate, you may also want to look into adding your modifications to the "get_custom_payment_button_html" subroutine in the script.

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