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i am making a project of online shopping i donn know how to implement
credit card in my project.i am using servlet,jsp .
please guide me r their any classes or something else which i can use in my project to handle credit cards
 
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You need a third party application that you call in your jsp, I would not even try handling it.
Read this article: http://www.tamingthebeast.net/articles2/back-end-ecommerce.htm
Eric
[ April 02, 2004: Message edited by: Eric Pascarello ]
 
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i second that. your JSP('s) or servlet('s) have to interact with a third party program or maybe several. basically you need 3 things: a digital certificate, a credit card verification service, and a financial transaction service. i have created a mock e-commerce site, and those are the 3 thing it doesnt have that a real e-commerce site needs.
 
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They are right. What you need is to get the API of the CC# service (like versign) which is the gateway for CC# verification. I think all of them have java support. So, all you need to do is open an account and if you have problem using their API you can call them for support. They will have detail DOC on how to interface it and etc etc...
 
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