I've been searching for some tips about it during all the week, but could not find anything concrete... I've found an old topic here (2005), but the answer was ins a broken link.
So, I have gotten the following problem: I must collect some info about the client using JSF, then redirect it for an [b]external[b] payment page using POST method. Something like:
What is the best way to do this? Should I create a servlet and then do it? Is there a way to do this using FacesCOntext.getCurrentInstance().getExternalCOntext()? If anyone has already had this kind of situation, could give me an example? Thanks a lot!! =)
Well, I have an app that works with PayPal, but what it does is contact the Paypal server internally, supplying PayPal with callback URLs. I send the invoicing data to PayPal, it provides the merchant services, then vectors back to my app once the purchase has been made. My JSF backing bean services do a URL redirect to a URL returned from the internal request to transition over to their server.
Other payment processors may work differently. You'll have to check the developer documentation for your merchant service provider(s).
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