- 3D To Get The System To 'flow' Properly

Jan 25, 2010

I'm integrating a number of e-comm sites into different banks and decided the easiest method was to add in the dotnetcharge ( library.It works well and means I can keep much of my code the same for each bank type and transaction.However, their support is a bit sucky (4 emails sent, 1 reply) and I'm utterly baffled on the 3D Secure issue.Does anyone have experience with dotnetcharge and 3D Secure?I have set the MerchantURL and the actual 3D Secure screen comes up - but I'm unsure how to get the system to 'flow' properly.Does anyone have any code examples or even pointers in the right direction?Failing that.This particular integration is with SagePay,which also has God-awful documentation and support.
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