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Business::OnlinePayment::TCLink v1.03 copyright (C) TrustCommerce 2002 All rights reserved. This program is free software; you can redistribute it and/or modify it under the same terms as Perl itself. http://www.trustcommerce.com email@example.com January 10, 2003 I. DESCRIPTION This is Business::OnlinePayment::TCLink, a Business::OnlinePayment backend module for TrustCommerce. It is only useful if you have an account with TrustCommerce: http://www.trustcommerce.com Dan Helfman <firstname.lastname@example.org> is the author. The module is derived from code by Jason Kohles and Ivan Kohler. Email email@example.com for help with using this module. Business::OnlinePayment is a generic interface for processing payments through online credit card processors, online check acceptance houses, etc. (If you like buzzwords, call it an "multiplatform ecommerce-enabling middleware solution"). II. BUILD First, follow the instructions in the Net::TCLink Perl package (distributed separately) to install it as root. The package is availble at: http://trustcommerce.com/tclink.html To build Business::OnlinePayment::TCLink, you need only execute the following two commands: $ perl Makefile.PL $ make III. INSTALLATION If you wish to install globally (recommended), execute the following command as root: # make install If you do not have root priviledges on the machine, or do not wish to install Business::OnlinePayment::TCLink globally, you may still load the module manually from the blib directory where it is built. Assuming the name of your test script is test.pl, use the following command line: $ perl -Iblib/arch -Iblib/lib test.pl You may wish to change "blib/arch" and "blib/lib" to be the full path to those locations, so that you may execute the command anywhere. Or, you may insert the following code at the top of your script: use lib "blib/lib"; use lib "blib/arch"; Again, you may prefer to use the full path name here. IV. USAGE The perldoc documentation contains usage information and some example code. Access it as follows: $ perldoc Business::OnlinePayment::TCLink Information on integrating this module with the Freeside billing and account administration package is available in README.freeside.