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Operational BI versus the present-day woes of the Big Banks?

vincent
Mon, 08 Oct 2007 18:38:20 +0000
This blog entry - Mortage Mess: Where Was the Business Intelligence? by Joe McKendrick - made an interesting read. Joe implies that all the BI reports in the world are useless if no-one reads them or takes action on them. Thence the need for BI systems that respond to events and event trends and take action on those trends - akin to what has been termed “Operational BI”, and solved neatly in the real world by CEP, as well as being closely related to BAM. Clearly, deciding on the rules - what trends to look for and what action to take in advance - is a difficult thing to do. But then, these decision-making skills are why executives in large corporations get paid lots of $ by their shareholders. Presumably.
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Business::PayPal::API::DirectPayments(3pm)		User Contributed Perl Documentation		Business::PayPal::API::DirectPayments(3pm)

NAME
Business::PayPal::API::DirectPayments - PayPal DirectPayments API SYNOPSIS
use Business::PayPal::API qw(DirectPayments); ## see Business::PayPal::API documentation for parameters my $pp = new Business::PayPal::API( Username => 'name_api1.example.org', Password => 'somepass', CertFile => '/path/to/tester1.cert_key_pem.txt', KeyFile => '/path/to/tester1.cert_key_pem.txt', sandbox => 1, ); my %response = $pp->DoDirectPaymentRequest ( PaymentAction => 'Sale', OrderTotal => 13.59, TaxTotal => 0.0, ShippingTotal => 0.0, ItemTotal => 0.0, HandlingTotal => 0.0, InvoiceID => 'your-tracking-number', CreditCardType => 'Visa', CreditCardNumber => '4561435600988217', ExpMonth => '01', ExpYear => '2007', CVV2 => '123', FirstName => 'James', LastName => 'PuffDaddy', Street1 => '1st Street LaCausa', Street2 => '', CityName => 'La', StateOrProvince => 'Ca', PostalCode => '90210', Country => 'US', Payer => 'Joe@Example.org', ShipToName => 'Jane Doe', ShipToStreet1 => '1234 S. Pleasant St.', ShipToStreet2 => 'Suite #992', ShipToCityName => 'Vacation Town', ShipToStateOrProvince => 'FL', ShipToCountry => 'US', ShipToPostalCode => '12345', CurrencyID => 'USD', IPAddress => '10.0.0.1', MerchantSessionID => '10113301', ); DESCRIPTION
Business::PayPal::API::DirectPayments implements PayPal's DirectPayments API using SOAP::Lite to make direct API calls to PayPal's SOAP API server. It also implements support for testing via PayPal's sandbox. Please see Business::PayPal::API for details on using the PayPal sandbox. DoDirectPaymentRequest Implements PayPal's DoDirectPaymentRequest API call. Supported parameters include: PaymentAction ( Sale|Authorize, Sale is default ) OrderTotal TaxTotal ShippingTotal ItemTotal HandlingTotal InvoiceID CreditCardType CreditCardNumber ExpMonth ( two digits, leading zero ) ExpYear ( four digits, 20XX ) CVV2 FirstName LastName Street1 Street2 CityName StateOrProvince PostalCode Country Payer ShipToName ShipToStreet1 ShipToStreet2 ShipToCityName ShipToStateOrProvince ShipToCountry ShipToPostalCode CurrencyID (USD is default) IPAddress MerchantSessionID as described in the PayPal "Web Services API Reference" document. Returns a hash containing the results of the transaction. The Ack element and TransactionID are the most useful return values. Example: my %resp = $pp->DoDirectPaymentRequest( PaymentAction => 'Sale', OrderTotal => '10.99', ... ); unless( $resp{Ack} !~ /Success/ ) { for my $error ( @{$response{Errors}} ) { warn "Error: " . $error->{LongMessage} . " "; } } ERROR HANDLING See the ERROR HANDLING section of Business::PayPal::API for information on handling errors. EXPORT None by default. SEE ALSO
<https://developer.paypal.com/en_US/pdf/PP_APIReference.pdf> AUTHOR
Daniel Hembree <danny@dynamical.org> COPYRIGHT AND LICENSE
Copyright (C) 2006 by Daniel P. Hembree This library is free software; you can redistribute it and/or modify it under the same terms as Perl itself, either Perl version 5.8.5 or, at your option, any later version of Perl 5 you may have available. perl v5.14.2 2009-12-07 Business::PayPal::API::DirectPayments(3pm)

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