Installing CyberCash CashRegister
To install CyberCash CashRegister, follow the
steps below. In these instructions, "the merchant", refers to the business
desiring CyberCash support, be it you or one of your customers.
We will install MCK 3.2 on your Virtual Server absolutely free of
However, Cybercash or your CyberCash participating bank will charge you
for the the Internet merchant account setup. They can provide
you with more details.
- The merchant must have an Internet
Merchant Credit Card Account
with a CyberCash participating bank or financial
institution. If the merchant's own bank is a participating financial
institution, then the merchant's bank must fax CyberCash a "Merchant CyberCash
Setup Form". If the merchant's bank does not support CyberCash, then the
the merchant may want to consider choosing one from the list of
CashRegister Financial Institutions.
Steps 1 and 2 of the setup process may be completed concurrently.
- The merchant must complete the
and accept the online service agreements.
During this registration process, the merchant will be given a CyberCash ID
(CCID), and when prompted, the merchant should choose to define his CCID as
a "Merchant using an MDP", and then select Verio Web Hosting as the Merchant
- After the merchant completes the online registration and CyberCash receives
the setup form from the merchant's financial institution, they will issue
the merchant a Merchant (Direct Connection) Key.
If the merchant is not using a commercial application to build their
store, or the application that the merchant is using does not come with
CyberCash support, then the merchant must
Contact Our E-Commerce Staff
and provide the following information:
- Company name and CCID
- Merchant (Direct Connection) Key
- Store URL
Once we receive these, we will install MCK 3.2 on the merchant's
Virtual Server and send the merchant (or the merchant's Reseller) the URL to
their online CashRegister, their configuration information, and instructions
on performing certain test transactions.
At this point, the merchant is responsible for managing transactions via
their online CashRegister Service (aka Merchant Administration Server) and
integrating the CyberCash scripts with their storefront. Integration does
require CGI programming, so the merchant must be
able to program in Perl
or 'C'. Documentation is available to help the merchant manage the Admin
Server and integrate MCK with their online order processing:
If the merchant is using a commercial application to build their online store,
and that application comes with CyberCash support, then we do not need to
install the MCK on the merchant's Virtual Server. Instead, the merchant will
enter his registration information (e.g. CCID, Secret, and Key) into the
setup forms provided by the commercial application, and the application will
install the MCK for them. The merchant will manage his credit card transactions
via their online CashRegister Service (aka Merchant Administration Server)
and the application's admin utilities.
Once the CyberCash services are setup, the merchant must perform certain test
transactions. When the merchant is satisfied with the results of these test
transactions and is ready to go live, the merchant (or the merchant's Reseller)
must continue the CyberCash Registration
and follow the instructions for going live.
The CyberCash MCK which is installed on the Virtual Server is compatible
Virtual Subhosting. However, each
Virtual Subhost domain that will use CyberCash must independently register
Online documentation is available at the
CyberCash Support site.
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