OPENINSIGHT FOR WEB (O4W) WILL INCLUDE PAYPAL INTEGRATION
Integrating with PayPal, the online payment provider will be extremely easy using the O4W APIs.
Using the PayPal "Buy Now" feature, your customer can immediately purchase a single product from your website. Once your customer has selected "Buy Now" (either via a link or a button on your web page), your O4W stored procedure will use the O4WPayPal call to redirect the browser to PayPal's on-line payment site, where the transaction can be completed.
Using the PayPal "Add To Cart" feature, your customer can one or more products to the PayPal "shopping cart". Once your customer has selected a product to "Add To Cart" (either via a link or button on your web page), your O4W stored procedure will use the O4WPayPal call to redirect the browser to PayPal's on-line payment site, where the shopping cart can be reviewed. At that point, the customer can choose to return to your site for additional items, or can proceed to "checkout" on the PayPal site so the transaction can be completed.
Using the PayPal "View Cart" feature, your customer can review which products they have placed in their PayPal "shopping cart", modify their selections, or begin the PayPal checkout process.
NEW VIDEO TUTORIALS MARTYN PHILLIPS of REVSOFT UK has created 15 new video tutorials addressing many of the topics covered in the OpenInsight Quick Start Guide. You can view these videos from the TUTORIAL page of our web site.
Our 2010 Users' Conference will be held at the Rio All-Suite Hotel and Casino in Las Vegas, Nevada on Tuesday, April 27th - Friday, April 30th, 2010.
We are pleased to announce that the dinner event at the 2010 Revelation Software User’s Conference will include the PENN & TELLER show. Sign up now to take advantage of Vickie’s Early Bird extension. This special rate will only be available until March 15th, 2010, so act now!
Tech Tips Did you know... That in OpenInsight 9.2 there will be new TCL softkey functionality:
Shift-F1 – Link Multiple Commands (Makevoc)
Shift-F4 – List Tables
Shift-F5 – List Volumes
Shift-F6 – TCL Assistant
Ctrl-F10 – The Query Table
The query table is a list that stores the last 50 select statements, and their results, run by the system ( from TCL) on a particular workstation. Pressing Ctrl-F10 from TCL will provide a list of the past queries, the time and date the query was run, and the number of results returned from the query. Choosing an item from the popup will return the results in an active select list. A complete review of all the new TCL features will be on display at our Conference next month.