Customizable and divisible card payments for online purchases seminar report download
Abstract : Customers are often better off if they can use a combination of credit cards for a single purchase. To support this functionality, we need two things.
First, we need an infrastructure that allows the customer to divide a single purchase transaction into multiple cards. Second, we need a tool that assists the customer in making the complex decision of which combination of cards to use.
This project provides the design a new infrastructure that supports the divisible card payment where a combination of multiple cards can be used for a single purchase.
The main strength of this virtual card payment infrastructure is that it requires only two minor modifications to the existing infrastructure.
First, the V-Card Manager (VCM) is added to the merchant side to handle the divisible card approval process from respective credit-card issuers.
Second, the customer is equipped with the V-card Agent (VA) that generates a customized divisible card based on her preferences.
“The Divisible Credit Card Payment Project” led by Dr. James Geller of the Computer Science Department of the New Jersey Institute of Technology aims to explore the possibility of applying divisible card payment to the existing infrastructure.
The “Divisible Credit Card Payment” project is divided into four modules. Output of one module is used as input to another module.
Thus, modular design helps in further development and maintenance of the system. The Virtual Agent is one of the four modules of the “Divisible Credit Card Payment” project.
As a developer of the project, my responsibility was to develop the Virtual Agent and a bank simulation using Java Server Pages.
This is a Web based application that uses Tomcat Web server to run the Java Server Pages. The database used to store the application details is Oracle.
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