> Anybody got hard information on integrating Bank of Ireland Clikpay
>  on PHP/Apache/Linux? They 'recommend' IIS/NT but I'm guessing
> they simply have a HTTP(s?) interface to the payment system? As you
> can see I need to know for sure, preferably from someone who has
> actually set something up...
"It is recommended your web site is developed for MS-IIS 4.0 on Windows NT 4.0."
Funny, they changed that. It used to say that it would *only* work on NT. I
would genuinely be tempted to use ClikPay - considering the fact that after two
years of trying I ended up with two merchant accounts with them recently - if I
knew that *their* servers run on a *nix-variant. Anyone ever seen any security
information on it? Anyone ever had a poke at their systems?
We're integrating WorldPay for both a client and myself at the moment, but it's
an imperfect solution. And Piercom's solution is (or was anyway) bull$hit - a
client of mine went through their application process only to be told at the
last minute that Streamline (NatWest's Internet section) wouldn't accept
applications from Ireland -- he would have had to set up a shell company in the
UK. Pity really, they're a nice bunch, and their system is clever. The only
other one that I know of - the name eludes me at the moment, but they're
associated with Ulster Bank (NatWest) - is just a WorldPay clone.
Anyone know of any new systems, or proposals coming on-stream? AIB still don't
seem to have anything. Must have a poke around there now, but their site
Sorry for wandering OT, I just though people might be interested, and I'm
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