Ah bugger, that was Piercom's system, not ClikPay. I don't know anything about
ClikPay. Sorry about that, I got confused.
Well, I *am* blond you know...
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> From: webdev-admin at linux.ie [mailto:webdev-admin at linux.ie]On Behalf Of
> Fergal Byrne
> Sent: 09 November 2000 17:50
> To: 'webdev at linux.ie'
> Subject: [Webdev] Clikpay on PHP
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>> 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...
>> Fergal Byrne
>> Director of Information Design - Adnet Networked Business
>http://business.adnet.ie/ || ph:+353 1 676 4262
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