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Chapter 17. Transaction Processing > Transaction Processing in Internet Commerc...

Transaction Processing in Internet Commerce

Let's consider a real example—an Internet commerce system in which the following steps occur.

1.
The buyer selects one or several items from a Web-based catalog.

2.
The buyer securely enters credit card and shipping information.

3.
Product, tax, and shipping charges are computed.

4.
The buyer accepts the resulting total amount.

5.
A credit card authorization is obtained.

6.
An advice of order message is sent to a fulfillment center.

7.
The buyer receives a receipt.


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