- jfwhiteAsked on November 04, 2015 at 09:17 PM
I'm volunteering my time for my church in trying to refine their children's programs registration. They use a third-party payment processing company called Vanco Payments. We're trying to set up forms where users can select which summer activities they want, and then are forced to complete online payment - either following form submission or on the form itself. The payment provider does have the ability to place a payment form within an iFrame, but the question would be getting the form data (from selecting the desired activities) into the payment form in the iframe. The other possibility would be forcing them to a payment screen, and once payment is completed, the transaction ID is sent back from the payment processor to the form entry.
I'm not sure if this integration will work; looking for guidance as to how to implement.
- CharlieAnswered on November 05, 2015 at 04:11 AM
Currently, you can setup a payment integration to your forms, here's a list of the payment processors that we support:
Here's a guide on how to setup an order form: http://www.jotform.com/help/165-Setting-Up-Your-First-Order-Form.
Unfortunately, we do not have a payment integration for Vanco Payments. What you can do is used the form's full source code then integrate Vanco Payments there, I see that they have a developers page here: http://vancopayments.com/developers/. But this is quite technical, you might need to hire developers in this case.
You can also try this approach:
1. Use JotForm Forms as the initial way to fetch information, after the user clicks submit, they can be redirected to a custom payment page.
2. The custom payment page is fully integrated to Vanco Payments (this page is not related to JotForm, you'll need to develop it yourself or hire developers).
3. You can use JotForm's API to fetch existing submission. Here's our API documentation: http://api.jotform.com/
I hope that helps.