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04/02/00 Merchant Servers Presentation John Tullis DePaul Instructor john.d.tullis@us.arthurandersen.com Copyrighted material John Tullis 3/10/2014

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Merchant Servers Part 1 Merchant Servers - what are they? Programming bundles that empower monetary exchanges between two frameworks. Use Web innovation ordinarily Web program, Web server interchanges. An electronic business motor sits between the Web server and a database, empowering inventory access, passage and capacity of client/buyer information, and request catch. Copyrighted material John Tullis 3/10/2014

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Merchant Servers Part 1 Merchant Servers - segments Web Server Database Commerce Engine Payment Gateway Copyrighted material John Tullis 3/10/2014

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Merchant Servers Part 1 The Web Server Web servers shape the foundation of the e-trade suite\'s association with the client by: Displaying HTML pages about the organization and the e-business website Showing a safe list for buyers to scan for items and administrations Using HTML frames and other front-end information section for the client to enter obtaining data Providing a safe Internet association for the transmission of installment data Copyrighted material John Tullis 3/10/2014

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Merchant Servers Part 1 The Database Server An e-business suite ordinarily utilizes a database to keep up data on different subjects, including: Product inventories Customer data Order and dispatching information Site use following Administrative data Copyrighted material John Tullis 3/10/2014

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Merchant Servers Part 1 The eCommerce Engine The business server is the "glue" that holds the whole e-business suite together. It is ordinarily actualized as an extra to the Web server. Oversees correspondence between alternate segments of the business bundle Controls uncommon elements specific to a particular trade bundle May be firmly incorporated with other suite segments May be secluded, fit for cooperation with a few brands of suite segments Copyrighted material John Tullis 3/10/2014

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Merchant Servers Part 1 The Payment Gateway The installment passage is the extension between the e-trade suite and the managing an account and credit organizations that will procedure the clients installment. Installment entryways may bolster a few sorts of procurement preparing: Manual handling Simple charge card preparing Digital cash exchanges Secure Electronic Transactions convention Copyrighted material John Tullis 3/10/2014

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Merchant Servers Part 1 Net.Commerce - qualities Complete System - Web Server, Database, Templates Broad Appeal Small to Large Size Clients Business to Consumer Business to Business Strong Scalability Strong Legacy System Support Strong Standards Support - EDI, SET , with WebSphere (Feb 2000), CORBA, Java, EJB Copyrighted material John Tullis 3/10/2014

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Merchant Servers Part 1 Net.Commerce - shortcomings Has needed personalization usefulness. Moderate to include front line usefulness. Relies on upon jolt on items for extra usefulness (best of breed approach as opposed to all in one methodology) - muddles support. Copyrighted material John Tullis 3/10/2014

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Merchant Servers Part 1 Microsoft Site Server - qualities Microsoft Name Wide-Scale Deployment Strong Usage Analysis Good Scalability Innovative Graphical "Pipeline" - Order Processing Pipeline, Commerce Interchange Pipeline Additional Venues - Push Technolog, E-Mail Content Comprehensive Advertising Component Copyrighted material John Tullis 3/10/2014

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Merchant Servers Part 1 Microsoft Site Server - shortcomings Incomplete bundle - database server discretionary Steep Learning Curve Only Runs on Microsoft Platforms Large Customization Requirement No Direct Legacy System Support Weak Standards Support - no EDI, no SET, frail Java (utilizes ASPs). Copyrighted material John Tullis 3/10/2014

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Merchant Servers Part 1 BroadVision - qualities Comprehensive One-to-One Personalization System Business Process Separation Strong Scalability Strong Niche Market Support Financial Information Publishing Copyrighted material John Tullis 3/10/2014

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Merchant Servers Part 1 BroadVision - shortcomings Incomplete Web Server excluded Database Server excluded Extremely Steep Learning Curve Large Customization Requirement Relatively Long Deployment Cycle Extremely Expensive Copyrighted material John Tullis 3/10/2014

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Merchant Servers Part 1 Open Market - qualities Broad Appeal - Small to Large Clients Rapid Deployment at Low End Strongest Information Publishing Solution Automated Delivery Facilities Innovative Catalog Capabilities Copyrighted material John Tullis 3/10/2014

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Merchant Servers Part 1 Open Market - shortcomings Incomplete Web server excluded Database Server Optional Expensive to Deploy No Direct Legacy System Support Weak Standards Support No EDI No SET Copyrighted material John Tullis 3/10/2014

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Merchant Servers Part 1 Intershop4 - qualities Intershop has an exceptionally solid reference list in the facilitating portion Intershop4 Hosting permits the production of numerous fairly refined e-trade stores in a mutual domain It is anything but difficult to make a store in Intershop4 ePages is anything but difficult to utilize Enfinity underpins the most recent industry open models Copyrighted material John Tullis 3/10/2014

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Merchant Servers Part 1 Intershop4 - shortcomings Intershop 4 Merchant/Hosting is composed in Perl IS4 requires Sybase Adaptive Server Enfinity bundles no personalization capacities Enfinity promoting abilities don\'t bolster coupons Enfinity marketing does not bolster request based rebates Each Enfinity store has a solitary inventory Administrator Authorization excessively restricted. Copyrighted material John Tullis 3/10/2014

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Merchant Servers Part 1 Net.Commerce - general Copyrighted material John Tullis 3/10/2014

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Merchant Servers Part 1 Net.Commerce - Web Server Copyrighted material John Tullis 3/10/2014

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Merchant Servers Part 1 Net.Commerce - Net.Data Copyrighted material John Tullis 3/10/2014

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Merchant Servers Part 1 Net.Commerce - database DB2 UDB 5 Oracle 8 Copyrighted material John Tullis 3/10/2014

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Merchant Servers Part 1 Net.Commerce - database interchanges Copyrighted material John Tullis 3/10/2014

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