|1. Credit Card Validation Component|
|Description:||If you are developing a product or application that requires you to accept credit cards, then this Java Component is exactly what you need. You will be able to: a.) Identify what type of card is being used simply by looking at the numbers. b.) Work with Visa, MasterCard, Discover, AMEX, Diner's Club, enRoute, and JCP credit cards. c.) Check the validity of the credit card number (ie. not all numbers starting with 4 are valid VISA numbers). d.) If the credit card number fails a check, retrieve the reason why.|
|Description:||CreditCardPack provides EJB, GUI and non GUI components related to credit card data and data validation (J2EE is not required for GUI and non GUI JavaBeans). The non GUI JavaBean and entity EJB provide credit card model entities with advanced data validation functionality, including MOD10/Luhn check digit and card type/number pattern validation. These forms of validation reduce the number of erroneous credit verification checks sent to a card processor and propagation of invalid data from human error. MOD10/Luhn check digit verification is an in built feature in all popular card number types, the Luhn algorithm allows typographic errors, transpositions and garbage data to be detected with a high degree of accuracy.|
|By:||Allies Global Inc.|
|Description:||iCard is a J2EE, web-based online credit card processing component which comes with a customizable user interface, input validation, communication with payment gateways, processing of transaction results, and data persistence to the database.