It is very simple to develop an application that will accept
credit cards using one of the supported transaction processors. All
that is needed is to set a reference to the single DLL that contains
all the logic for both Windows and Web support and drag the
component from the toolbox to the WinForm or WebForm that will host
the control. Using the component’s smart tag, the developer can
choose the corresponding processor that will process the payment and
enter all the relevant merchant account information. The developer
then only needs to make one method call to process a transaction,
which can be seen below:
The component supports not only direct payments but authorizations, voids, refunds, and captures as well, assuming each processor supports them. The advantage of using this control is the speed for which you can set up and process payments, the ability to switch transaction processors without changing any of your code, and the fact that there is one consolidated API to learn for all processors instead of one API for each.
The Ignyte Payment Processing Control supports the following
1) Utilizes Smart Tag technology allowing the developer to
configure the processor and merchant account information without any
2) Stores the transactions and results in either an XML formatted file or SQL Server database.
3) Easily accept payments with minimal amount of code
4) Easily change processors without recoding any of the application
5) Supports both WinForms and WebForms with a single DLL.
6) Easily switch between test mode and production mode.
If you are looking to add payment processing to your ASP.NET website or to your windows application, this component will allow you to easily do that within minutes while saving much time and hassle hand-coding to an individual processor’s API. In addition, it provides supports for Visual Studio 2003, Visual Studio 2005, Visual Studio 2008 and SQL Server.