These functions interface the MCVE (Monetra) API (libmonetra, formerly known as libmcve), allowing you to work directly with MCVE/Monetra from your PHP scripts. MCVE/Monetra is Main Street Softworks' solution to direct credit/debit/gift card processing for Linux/Unix/MacOSX/Windows ( » http://www.mainstreetsoftworks.com/ ). It lets you directly address the credit card clearing houses via your *nix box, modem and/or internet connection (bypassing the need for an additional service such as Authorize.Net or Pay Flow Pro). Using the MCVE/Monetra module for PHP, you can process credit cards directly through MCVE/Monetra via your PHP scripts. The following references will outline the process.
MCVE/Monetra is the replacement for RedHat's CCVS. They contracted with RedHat in late 2001 to migrate all existing clientele to the MCVE platform.
本扩展已被移动到 » PECL 库中且自以下版本起不再被绑定到 PHP 中：5.1.0.
本扩展模块在 Windows 平台下不可用。
To enable MCVE (Monetra) Support in PHP, first verify your LibMonetra
(formerly libmcve) installation directory. If you are compiling
MCVE/Monetra support directly into PHP, you will then need to configure
PHP with the
--with-mcve option. If you
use this option without specifying the path to your libmonetra installation,
PHP will attempt to look in the default LibMonetra Install location
/usr/local). If Monetra (MCVE) is in a non-standard
location, run configure with:
--with-mcve=$mcve_path, where $mcve_path
is the path to your MCVE/Monetra installation. Please note that
MCVE/Monetra support requires that $mcve_path/lib and $mcve_path/include
exist, and include
monetra.h under the include directory and
libmonetra.a under the lib directory.
If you want to install MCVE/Monetra support as a module, you can do so by using the PECL repository, and issuing the 'pecl install mcve' command if you are running a PEAR version of at least 1.4.0.
Since MCVE/Monetra has true server/client separation, there are no additional requirements for running PHP with MCVE support. To test your MCVE/Monetra extension in PHP, you may connect to testbox.monetra.com on port 8333 for IP, or port 8444 for SSL using the MCVE/Monetra PHP API. Use 'vitale' for your username, and 'test' for your password. Additional information about test facilities are available at » http://www.mainstreetsoftworks.com/.
Additional documentation about MCVE/Monetra's PHP API can be found at » http://www.mainstreetsoftworks.com/documentation.html. Main Street's documentation is complete and should be the primary reference for functions.
以下常量由本扩展模块定义，因此只有在本扩展模块被编译到 PHP 中，或者在运行时被动态加载后才有效。