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Director Credit Card Authorization

Director Credit Card Authorization

Director Credit Card Authorization

Has anyone found any extras or written anything to do credit card authorization directly from inside a Director Movie Application? Bascially I would like to have a screen in my Director Game that would contact an online merchant account and process a customer credit card. And if the credit card is processed then I will have the program unlock the rest of the features of the program. (Like Shareware)



RE: Director Credit Card Authorization

I have done the credit card authorizations with Director but my app actually uses the card reader and PIN number pad (and Java).

In your case the authorization is handled through the internet, you just do the postNetText()/getNetText(). You'll probably need the secure connection (HTTPS), using something like SecureNet Xtra <http://www.inm.com/products/snxdirector/> though.

Kenneth Kawamoto

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