• Subject: Re: Credit Card Verification from AS/400
  • From: "Ralph A. Borriello" <rablxm@xxxxxxxxx>
  • Date: Sat, 29 Nov 1997 18:07:45 -0500

Jeff,

I just installed a software package where I work that does just that. The
version of it I installed was
designed to be integrated into a hotel package, but I believe that there is
a standalone version
of it. The dial for authorization and settlement is done directly from the
AS/400. There is a batch
job that runs all the time that handles the communication interface. The
interface to the batch
job is via data queue and update of a control file. The communication job
attaches to a modem
via a asynch (rs-232) line. The modem talks to the credit card processor via
a dedicated
leased line.

The name of the product is called Cash. It is written by a company called
Lodging Management Systems. They are based in Florida. The number I have for
them is 770-667-8548.

Any more questions, drop me an email..

Ralph A. Borriello

rablxm@erols.com

-----Original Message-----
From: Jeffrey M. Silberberg <silbrbrg@netcom.com>
To: MIDRANGE-L@midrange.com <MIDRANGE-L@midrange.com>
Date: Saturday, November 29, 1997 4:34 PM
Subject: Credit Card Verification from AS/400


>
> I am looking for some insite in to an AS/400 based Credit Card
>verification/Authorization process.  While I often see the little ZON
>processors next to AS/400 green screens, I seldom see a green Screen
>application that is doing credit card processing online with a service in
>the back ground.
>
> I know the SET processing is comming with a future release but I am not
>even sure that this will be the right answer for this type application. I
>am looking for a leased/dial up link under control of a batch task that
>receives requests from a data queue, handshakes with the authorizing
>agency and returns the response to requesting user.
>
> Any direction, contacts, reading material is appreciated...
>
> Thanks,
> Jeff Silberberg
> CompuDesigns, Inc.
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