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Electronic Payment processing continues to be a common theme for many Web based applications and while the process is getting easier with the market maturing, there's still a maze of choices and options in setting up your payment solutions and get them integrated into existing applications. In this article, I'll give a high level overview of the electronic payment processing by looking at the various players involved in the payment processing operation and some suggestions and options you have on getting hooked up with the right provider. I'll talk about how the process works, what it takes to get started and what it's going to cost. Finally I'll take you through an application that integrates payment processing and show a class you can use to integrate a few of the common Gateway services into existing applications.

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Posted on Wednesday, April 12, 2006 9:45 AM ASP.NET | Back to top

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I've been looking for something like this. Have you used it?
Left by Tim Hibbard on Apr 12, 2006 10:20 AM

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The article refers to a few different ways to do credit card payments. We haven't used them yet, but the project we are working on needs monthly credit card payments. We have been leaning toward PayPal or another third-party that handles more of the process, where all we need to do is check to make sure their account is active. We don't want to handle credit card numbers at all. (Our bank also provides a free service to small business account holders.) But we are not far enough into the process to offer any solid advice.
Left by Scott Kuhl on Apr 12, 2006 11:25 AM

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