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  • feef
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    I'm also keen to see a payment module that's compatible with UK banks and payment provides such as Sagepay or Netbanx.

    Paypal is all good and well, but I'll soon have a merchant account system with one of the above for an ecommerce site I'm developing, and I would LOVE to use Silverstripe on one of the spin-offs from that.

  • Normann
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    @feef, I have a bit experience for DataCash which is european based gateway. Let us know if you need any help with DataCash payment integration.

  • Simmo
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    Hi, I have a question re the Pay Station gateway and ecommerce module, I havent managed to find any posts or documentation on how to implement this gateway - can anyone steer me in the right direction?
    thanks

  • swaiba
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    I have integrated with SagePay and I have my own payment classes that deals with this and Iridium (for both payments are refunds). I'd be up for integrating my stuff into the Payments module and moving my sites over to using this... since it's going to be a bit of a learning curve maybe someone who understands the payment module could arrange to meet up in IRC and we could discuss how I'd go about it. I'm sure I could get my code in there fairly easily. The biggest hassle would be SagePay as it has a standalone php file to handle some of the auth stuff...

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