Oracle Commerce Cloud integration with Authorize.NET
Oracle Cloud is a hosting platform where Oracle Applications such as ERP Cloud, HCM, Cloud Commerce etc are hosted. Besides these applications, Oracle Cloud also provides services like PaaS (Platform as a Service), SaaS (Software as a Service), IaaS, JCS/ICS (Integrated Cloud Services) This combination of applications and services provide a robust environment for an organization’s IT requirements. However, seamless integration of these disparate and discrete applications on cloud or on premise or from the same vendor or from a third party vendor is a critical business requirement which hasn’t been accomplished successfully.
Businesses require seamless flow of information and data throughout the organization. iBizSoft team has implemented integration of various Oracle Cloud applications with third party vendor applications. This article discusses one such integration between Oracle Commerce Cloud(OCC) and Authorize.Net Payment Gateway. OCC is a cloud-based e-commerce platform and Authorize.Net is a third party credit-card payment gateway. Shopping cart applications developed on OCC platform make credit card payments through Authorize.NET Gateway.
There are two technical features that allow the integration between these two applications – WebHook in OCC and RESTful APIs from Authorize.NET Payment Gateway. When an OCC e-commerce shopping cart order is submitted for payment, the OCC platform calls the Web Service API configured in the WebHook for Payment Gateway. The Authorize.NET Payment Gateway processes this information and returns success or error message back to OCC. If the payment is successful, then OCC will continue completion of OCC order processing and send it for shipping. The order stays in an incomplete state, if there’s an error when processing the Credit Cards. Highest level of security is maintained between the two applications. OCC is hosted on Oracle Cloud platform behind a firewall and communicates with third party applications using Secured Socket Layer (SSL) over HTTPS, wherein SSL encrypts data before transmitting the data within the cloud ecosystem. The receiving client decrypts this data with Private-Public key combination.
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