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Secpay and XML-RPC


Binky

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Anyone had any experience with the XML-RPC API for Secpay?

 

http://www.secpay.com/secxmlrpc/index.html

 

I would like to use Secpay but don't want to use their template - I would like the integration to be as seamless as possible and not have to take users off to an external website for payment. I know you can theme the template, but the URL is still different. Would like to keep it all on one site so it looks more "secure" and professional.

 

Has anyone had any success in integrating this in OS Commerce using PHP?

 

The client has already commited their merchant account to using XML-RPC as there are 2 different forms to fill in depending on whether you use the provided template or XML-RPC.

 

May apologies if this has already been answered, in which case please direct me to the relevant FAQ/post - I'm new to all Commerce!

 

Thanks

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There isnt currently a module for the XML-RPC system for secpay.

 

Its on my todo list but I am not sure when.

Mark Evans

osCommerce Monkey & Lead Guitarist for "Sparky + the Monkeys" (Album on sale in all good record shops)

 

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  • 4 years later...

I have done an xml rpc integration for a high turnover ecommerce site. Not sure where I stand on being able to release the code, though. Also, our version of osc is heavily customised with no registration and the secay xmlrpc module is built to fit the custom osc build. It would need some tweaking to get to work with a standard version of osc. We also did a direct 3rd man fraud integration and integrated an xml-rpc 3d secure integration. Urgh.

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