Credit Card Processing Modules: First Data Merchant Services
Stable Version 1.0.0
Published on 13 December 2010 by 
Created on 13 December 2010
Details
This is a module for performing credit card transactions through First Data Merchant Services Web API.
Read More
This is a module for performing credit card transactions through First Data Merchant Services Web API.

Feature List
* Makes basic, immediate sales
* Can make refunds
* Does not require registration of the .PEM or .P12 authentication certificate in the server's certificate store

Main Benefits
Allows your application to make credit card payments.

System Requirements and Limitations
.NET, access to the physical file system (for the certificate to be used). Tested on Platform Server 5.1, created in Integration Studio 5.1. Code should be able to be backported to earlier versions with no problem.

All transactions are authorized and settled immediately, so you will need to modify it if your business does not allow you to immediately settle transactions (such as a business where you ship physical goods and cannot settle until the goods are shipped).
Reviews (0)
Category
Libraries
Tags
Support Options
This component is not supported by OutSystems. You may use the discussion forums to leave suggestions or obtain best-effort support from the community, including from Justin James who created this component.
Dependencies
Credit Card Processing Modules: First Data Merchant Services has no dependencies.
Requirements
Platform
Database
Stack
Component Consumers
Credit Card Processing Modules: First Data Merchant Services has no consumers.
Weekly Downloads 
Related Components
OutSystems UI Mobile
OutSystems R&D
Create amazing native mobile applications using this fully integrated UI framework for OutSystems, with dozens of UI patterns ready to use.
7284
OutSystems UI Web
OutSystems R&D
Create amazing web responsive applications using this fully integrated UI framework for OutSystems, with dozens of UI patterns ready to use.
1202
Silk UI Sample Pages
Labs
Sample Pages make full use off patterns to provide pre-built page contents, which can easily be used in any screen of your application. From login pages to dashboards, just pick the one that fits your needs. Learn how to start using Silk UI and see the examples at silkui.outsystems.com.
4506
More from Justin James
Drag-n-drop Sortable List
Renato Pauleta
Allows to sort elements in list records or table records using drag-n-drop
1361
Human Readable Change History
Nuno Mestre
Create human-readable audits by simply supplying the changed record(s). Example: Name changed from 'John' to 'Peter' Age defined to '32' Country changed from 'England' to Portugal' 
818
Social Network
Hélio Dolores
Social Network for OutSystems Environments
226