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Dear all
I am planning to develop a web based application for prepaid mobile card shopping. the intention of the project is: while somebody is sitting in his computer he enters his credit card information and the web application make a communication with a server on a bank and after the server made some validation it forwards information to the web application and if the information from the bank server is "positive", is returns a valid number that the user enters to his mobile phone. the fact is, this kind of project needs a complicated security issue and i have knowledge only on web component development. my question to you guys is can this project be done by having a knowledge only on wen component. can you please help me with some resources and tips, etc

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Hello,

You should purchase a payment gateway which is provided by the bank for this purpose and integrate with your web application. The payment gateway will be using SSL and other security features.

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Rajkamal.
 
It is sorta covered in the JavaRanch Style Guide.
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