Order processing is handled by the eTyphoon.com transaction services module. This part of the commerce engine has been designed to be as quick and reliable as possible. The following listing shows how a typical transaction would occur:

1. Shopping cart information is stored in virtual cache for fast access and modifications while users are shopping.
2. After shipping and user account information is located/created the users shopping cart is converted to a permanent database record.
3. If the store is configured for live credit card transactions the users credit card is then authorized and charged.
4. After a successful charge has been made the shopping cart record is converted into an invoice record and a printable invoice is shown on screen.
6. An e-mail receipt is also generated and a copy is sent to the user and to the order administrator for that shopping site.
7. The invoice immediately appears in the remote administration website under Pending Orders.


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