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HI all,

I am developing a shopping cart. The payment gateway requires certain form
fields and the the form is posted to a asp page on their site. I am using
Postbackurl. to do this. Problem is that the page moves away from my site,
which is a Dotnetnuke site, to the payment gateway site. THis page then
displays progress messages and finmally returns back to my original site
with some results.
I don't wan the pastbackurl page to move off my site, so I thought of using
an iframe, but don;t know How to set this all up.
Can some one point me in the right direction, or perhaps share an
alternative method.

Thanks
Robert

Jun 27 '08 #1
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On Apr 29, 10:50 am, "Robert Bravery" <m...@u.comwrote:
HI all,

I am developing a shopping cart. The payment gateway requires certain form
fields and the the form is posted to a asp page on their site. I am using
Postbackurl. to do this. Problem is that the page moves away from my site,
which is a Dotnetnuke site, to the payment gateway site. THis page then
displays progress messages and finmally returns back to my original site
with some results.
I don't wan the pastbackurl page to move off my site, so I thought of using
an iframe, but don;t know How to set this all up.
Can some one point me in the right direction, or perhaps share an
alternative method.

Thanks
Robert
you could a use WebClient to post the fields to the payment getway
from your page.
Jun 27 '08 #2
HI,

I am unfamiliar with this. I did a google. Are you talking about WebClinet
Software Factory. If so, I have never used this, where can I get information
on how to use this in the manner that you suggest.

Thanks
Robert

"parez" <ps*****@gmail.comwrote in message
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On Apr 29, 10:50 am, "Robert Bravery" <m...@u.comwrote:
> HI all,

I am developing a shopping cart. The payment gateway requires certain
form
fields and the the form is posted to a asp page on their site. I am using
Postbackurl. to do this. Problem is that the page moves away from my
site,
which is a Dotnetnuke site, to the payment gateway site. THis page then
displays progress messages and finmally returns back to my original site
with some results.
I don't wan the pastbackurl page to move off my site, so I thought of
using
an iframe, but don;t know How to set this all up.
Can some one point me in the right direction, or perhaps share an
alternative method.

Thanks
Robert

you could a use WebClient to post the fields to the payment getway
from your page.
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Jun 27 '08 #3
On Apr 30, 1:40 am, "Robert Bravery" <m...@u.comwrote:
HI,

I am unfamiliar with this. I did a google. Are you talking about WebClinet
Software Factory. If so, I have never used this, where can I get information
on how to use this in the manner that you suggest.

Thanks
Robert

"parez" <psaw...@gmail.comwrote in message

news:45**********************************@k37g2000 hsf.googlegroups.com...
On Apr 29, 10:50 am, "Robert Bravery" <m...@u.comwrote:
HI all,
I am developing a shopping cart. The payment gateway requires certain
form
fields and the the form is posted to a asp page on their site. I am using
Postbackurl. to do this. Problem is that the page moves away from my
site,
which is a Dotnetnuke site, to the payment gateway site. THis page then
displays progress messages and finmally returns back to my original site
with some results.
I don't wan the pastbackurl page to move off my site, so I thought of
using
an iframe, but don;t know How to set this all up.
Can some one point me in the right direction, or perhaps share an
alternative method.
Thanks
Robert
you could a use WebClient to post the fields to the payment getway
from your page.
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