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So far in this book, you’ve built a basic (but functional) site and hooked it into PayPal for taking payments and confirming orders. In this last section of the book, you’ll take things a little further. By cutting out PayPal from the ordering process, you can gain better control and reduce overhead. This isn’t as complicated as you might think, but you must be careful to do things right.

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© 2009 Cristian Darie and Karli Watson

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(2009). Creating Customer Accounts. In: Beginning ASP.NET E-Commerce in C#. Apress. https://doi.org/10.1007/978-1-4302-1073-3_16

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