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How to pick the best Shopping Cart system for Linux server.

crazyjeremy (857410) writes | more than 7 years ago

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It's finally time for me to break down and get a shopping cart system working on my server. It runs CentOS, PHP 4.4.2 and MySQL 4.1.21.

1. I need a cart system that can take a credit card payment. I realize I will probably need to sign up with a company and have monthly fees.It's finally time for me to break down and get a shopping cart system working on my server. It runs CentOS, PHP 4.4.2 and MySQL 4.1.21.

1. I need a cart system that can take a credit card payment. I realize I will probably need to sign up with a company and have monthly fees.

2.Also, I have a list of binary objects that have a specific value (like a stock photography or ebook site) and I want to be able to sell each one for a specific price. It would be ideal if the cart could read a table and take a value for objects based on what that table said it should be. In other words, instead of manually feeding the cart the specific price for every object, I would like to simply pass the cost for the binary data and it's unique id, then the cart would charge the visitor appropriately.

Is this possible, or am I going to wind up putting 12,000 items into a cart system by hand?

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