Processing Credit Card Payments

Doug Easterbrook doug at
Sun Jul 3 14:59:33 UTC 2022

we use top tier service providers like elavon, moneris, paymentech orbital, <> and bambora.

all of them use HTTP calls by sending XML.      you can use oW3 workers or plain basic HTTP commands.

doing this way lets us have the card number so we can encrypt and store it for recurring payments.    and we design our own web pages to take the data.

Some providers also support embedded javascript where they will authorize and call back to your servers with the answer.   in such a case, you don’t usually get the full credit card data.

Doug Easterbrook
Arts Management Systems Ltd.
mailto:doug at
Phone (403) 650-1978

> On Jul 2, 2022, at 12:56 PM, Das Goravani <goravanis at> wrote:
> When approaching businesses needs online, we often find that the business needs to accept credit card payments and often online.
> For my own accepting of credit cards for payments for my past product I used a 3rd party web plug in that provides the window where they enter their details, gives them the PayPal option too, and this window forks to using either STRIPE or PAYPAL to process the payment, which then just goes into my bank account. So I have been shielded from writing something like an API call to some payment processor.. I have never done it.
> Is there a business, a vendor, who handles credit card payment processing that you can call from Omnis code and handle everything?
> How are you providing credit card processing to your coding clients for their needs?
> I am using the Javascript Client, remote forms.. am asking in that context.. I am thinking that todays businesses would often like to have a web page online where their customers can pay their bills. This would involve signing in and then giving the payment details, would have to process them, return a FLAG as to whether it went through or not.
> Thank you
> Das Goravani
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