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jimw13uk
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Posted - August 13 2004 :  06:25:32  Show Profile  Reply with Quote
I am having the same problem but all I want to do is save the credit card details on the sql server db and then i can process them through manually. The site isnt live yet and is sat on http://localhost and i dont have multiple domain names and i still skip the credit card page completely

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epseja
VP-ASP New User

USA
61 Posts

Posted - September 23 2006 :  12:13:17  Show Profile  Reply with Quote
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Originally posted by jonmadrid
The solution? Simple. I just wrote a little bit of code that detects if the visitor is on the same domain the xSSL variable is set to, and if not bumps them over. I put it in the top of the shop$db.asp file so as soon as they even enter the cart they will be bumped to the correct domain. There's no way of getting around it and you can have 100 different domains pointin to the same site and this will still work.


Hi, your code looks good enough, but I think it will only work if all of the cart pages reside on the secure server -- not just the payment page. Is this correct?
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dafragan
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Posted - September 24 2006 :  18:39:33  Show Profile  Reply with Quote
Hi,

I think you're right, it does look like you would need to have all of your cart code on the secure server.

In my experience, the only foolproof way of stopping this from happening is to get an SSL certificate of your own instead of using Shared SSL.

Just because of the way ASP handles sessions, it's really hard to stop customers losing sessions when they are being passed across multiple servers.

Seb
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