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December 31st, 1999

[6:00 AM] Mac eCommerce Development Solution Updated
by Staff

MDG Computer Services, Inc. has released a new version to their ecommerce solution, WS4D. The new version, officially in beta, brings several new features to the shopping cart/ecommerce development package. According to MDG:

Changes in WS4D/eCommerce 3.2b2:

  • Added Product Actions - Sending Email/Adding Realms after Order is approved via Authorizenet
  • Supports Unique Products on StoreFront
  • Ability to Show Quantity Available
  • Different HTML Pages for each Product
  • Ability to Send Emails per product after order is Approved
  • Ability to Add User To Realms per product after order is Approved
  • Expiring Users for Realms
  • Bug Fixes

You can find a lot more information on this release at the company's web site. The full version is priced at US$995, with various pricing structures available.

MDG Computer Services



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