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Old 07-24-2012, 05:17 AM
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> Will this be available/back-ported for earlier versions of xcart?

I fear we are not planning this at the moment.
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Finally something that stays/pays on same page. Great job QT.

Question: is this for X-Payments only? Some gateways have their own iframe which currently loads on separate page - will that change? so these payment gateways iframes load on the same OPC without using X-Payments?

Suggestion: re-organize this page. You switched "payment methods" block with "coupons" block and it seems it messes up the pay-flow process. "order summary" block is before "payment methods" block which doesn't seem right. Something like this may work way better



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Steve, yes, this is for X-Payments. After all this is a forum about X-Payments and I am the manager of X-Payments project

Thank you for the suggestion - we may implement that in X-Cart v4.5.3 or 4.5.4 but we had to do that such layout due to technical reasons - in order to prevent creating false not-finished orders (they disturb our merchants a lot).

Anyway, we are launching this new feature this week and going to collect feedback about it to make improvements in future versions.
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Steve, yes, this is for X-Payments. After all this is a forum about X-Payments and I am the manager of X-Payments project

You are right but I though I shoudl ask anyway

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Thank you for the suggestion - we may implement that in X-Cart v4.5.3 or 4.5.4 but we had to do that such layout due to technical reasons - in order to prevent creating false not-finished orders (they disturb our merchants a lot).
Does that means that if using X-Payments iFrame and customer selects CC - order is immediatelly created even though customer may not be done adding coupons or products to cart or may not even want to checkout? Sounds like it...
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> Does that means that if using X-Payments iFrame and customer selects CC -
> order is immediatelly created even though customer may not be done adding
> coupons or products to cart or may not even want to checkout? Sounds like it...

No, new order is not created. A redundant database entry about started-but-not-finished order may be created under certain circumstances. But no redundant charges and fake orders. Perhaps we are too careful about that.
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If order is not create before customer hits "place order" then it's good. Just wanted to clarify that. The reason for the question - with present setup after customer clicks on "place order" order is created in db and then customer is redirected to payment page. If they cancel at that point order stays in db as "not finished" - that is what a lot of XC users complain about. Whit what you are saying now sounds like order will be created after customer provides all the info on the page including payment and clicks on "place order" button - which is how it should work - so no not-finished orders (at least not for that reason). Of course all this apply to X-Payments iframe
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Steve, it works similarly to the current checkout flow. No order is created before customer hits "Submit".
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Hi,

Could you confirm that the work of x-payments via iframe is PCI compliant? Is there a source that confirms that the use of iframe is acceptable? Is it necessry for our site to pass the PCI validation in order to use the iframe? Can we move the data input form to our site and send that data to x-payments processing system? If yes then are there any instructions for it?
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