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Protx VSP Form / VSP Direct


nagsy

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Hello all,

 

I'm not sure which Protx payment gateway contribution to use - VSP Form or VSP Direct?

I have read through the documents from Protx regarding to two VSP modules but I still don't really understand which is the better product.

My website is on a shared server which is running PHP 4 with CURL and openSSL installed. I have 128 bit SSL also. So I have all the components that are required to install either of the contributions.

 

All I am really concerned with is speed of the transaction and stability.

 

Can anyone please advise as to what the pro's and con's would be of having either product.

 

Thanks in advance.

 

Nagsy

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Hello all,

 

I'm not sure which Protx payment gateway contribution to use - VSP Form or VSP Direct?

I have read through the documents from Protx regarding to two VSP modules but I still don't really understand which is the better product.

My website is on a shared server which is running PHP 4 with CURL and openSSL installed. I have 128 bit SSL also. So I have all the components that are required to install either of the contributions.

 

All I am really concerned with is speed of the transaction and stability.

 

Can anyone please advise as to what the pro's and con's would be of having either product.

 

Thanks in advance.

 

Nagsy

 

Hello all,

 

In case anyone else needs to choose between the two module types: Here's the reason why I went with Protx Direct:

 

1) My customers will remain on my site throughout the whole payment transaction process.....with Protx Form they would leave my site and enter their details on the Protx website.

2) I already have an SSL Certificate, fixed IP address and the shared server I am on has CURL and openSSL installed - all are requirements for Protx Direct.

3) Protx Direct uses server-to-server communication: this means that I can be notified immediately when payments are taken.

 

ta,

 

Nagsy

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