The 360Works Plastic plugin makes it easy to process secure, SSL-encrypted credit card payments from FileMaker Pro and FileMaker Server.
The Plastic 2 plug-in makes it easy to process secure, SSL-encrypted credit card payments from FileMaker Pro, FileMaker Server, and FileMaker Web Publishing.
Plastic 2 can run charges and transactions with credit-card swipers, card-not-present accounts, direct check debts, and much more. Plastic 2 introduces profile-based payments, or tokenization, which save payment and customer data to the gateway.
Running a charge with 360Works Plastic can be done in just one script step:
Set Variable[ $transactionResult; CCProcessPayment( "merchantId"; "password"; 5; "1111222233334444"; "0916" ) ]
Profile-based payments, also known as tokenization, save payment and customer information with the merchant provider instead of in your database. By keeping this sensitive data out of your solution, obtaining PCI compliance is much simpler.
Use this stored information to process payments quickly and securely, without having to re-key or swipe card data multiple times. Using 360Works Plastic, your database only stores a customer token (instead of actual card data) which can then be used to run future charges.
Set up recurring billing to automatically charge customers on a schedule. Save the payment information straight to the gateway, not your database, along with a specified time period and frequency.
Bill customers on flexible, customized schedules, perfect for non-profit or donation campaigns. Subscriptions can be cancelled at any time.
With Plastic 2, you can take an electronic check with Automated Clearing House (ACH) payments. Supported with six gateways, this payment method will process a direct debit sale, void, or refund straight to a bank account.
Never lose a sale due to payment methods again with ACH payments.
To process payments with 360Works Plastic, you'll first need to set up a merchant account with a gateway. If you do not already use a gateway or have a merchant account, you can sign up for an Authorize.Net account:
Or, if you have a preferred provider, run transactions with Plastic 2 and one of our new gateways. Plastic 2 now supports 10 new gateways, giving you complete choice over which payment gateway to use or which gateway provides the best rates for your account.
|Plastic 1 Gateways||New in Plastic 2!|
|PayPal PayFlow Pro||RealEx|
360Works Plastic 2 is proud to be an Authorize.Net Certified Solution, proving compliance with the highest performance and security standards of the Authorize.Net Payment Gateway.
For all gateways and transactions, Plastic processes secure, encrypted payments, supporting SSL encryption with 3.0 and TLS 1.0.
Integrating all these new features, as well as Plastic favorites like card swipes, authorizations, and more, is a snap with a brand new demo file that features scripts ready made for your solution. Simply find the feature you need in the list of scripts and copy it straight into your FileMaker store, point of sale system, eCommerce site or even your invoicing system and more.
Our new documentation website will also provide tons of guidance and instructions on how to implement each gateway for your FileMaker solution!
With the addition of all these new gateways, new payment currencies are natively supported as well. Each gateway may have different features or accepted currencies. Please check with your merchant account provider for details on which features are available to you, or what currencies your account supports.
|Authorize.Net||USD, CAD, GBP, EUR, AUD|
|PayPal PayFlow Pro||USD, AUD, CAD, CHF, CZK, DKK, EUR, GBP, HKD, HUF, ILS, JPY, MXN, NOK, NZD, PLN, SEK, SGD|
|USA ePay||100 currencies supported|
|First Data||USD and more|
|RealEx||USD, EUR, GBP, CHF, HKD, JPY, SEK|
|Merchant eSolutions||Over 250 currencies supported|
|Merchant Warrior||Native support for AUD.
Also accepts: CAD, EUR, GBP, JPY, NZD, SGD, USD.
"For processing credit cards, I recommend 360Works Plastic 2, it was just released about a month ago. Absolutely wonderful plugin for processing credit cards. It works with a number of gateways, and it's very easy to use, but the big advantage that it has is that it supports tokenization." —Tim Neudecker, Kyo Logic
"The Plastic2 Credit Card plugin is excellent. You did a GREAT job in your design. I've integrated all 12 gateways into SuiteFlow. Thank you, thank you, thank you for your excellent scripting - made it so easy!" —Steve Shiver, SuiteFlow Software
"We also really like the 360Works Plastic plugin.
Steve Lehman was very impressed with 360Works software and service and went to 360Works Plastic for a credit card processing solution. "The Titanic
Museum is not a small business,” he says. “They have to run a very high volume of credit transactions every hour of every day. Since the point-of-sale
system was an active operating system, I couldn’t afford to experiment and I couldn’t leave them behind either"
"Unlike some other plugins all
"I am a FileMaker Developer for the Titanic Museum in Branson, Missouri. I have been working in FileMaker since version 2. Recently we purchased your
Plastic Plug-in for credit card charging to replace a plug-in from another company.
"We had a requirement to add credit card processing to a FileMaker database. Plastic was by far the easiest to implement." —Larry Schultz, Mac Edge Corporation
I just finished my first attempt at using the plastic plugin from 360Works. To be honest I was pretty intimidated by credit card processing which is why I had not sold it before as an option to my customers.
I was absolutely amazed at how painlessly the process was. I used the example file to get me off the ground and ended up with a very full featured solution.
The end solution now asks the user if they would like to charge the full amount of the invoice if not then asks the user for the amount to charge. It then attempt to charge the card on file for the amount specified and logs the payment in the partial payment section of BC8. Another section was to allow either a voided payment or a charge back to a previous payment. So on the payments portal I added a button and based on if the charge was done today (void) or done previously (charge back) I processed the appropriate charge on the card. Including a lot of logic to choose between multiple Merchant Accounts and other functionality specific to this customer I completed the whole section of payments and refunds in about 8.5 hours. That included going from no knowledge to a completely tested and working solution.
I will definitely be selling this functionality to my customers going forward!
"Love this product. Use it with several clients and has been very reliable. Thank you." —Lee Strong, Strong Computer Support
"Thanks for all of your help. I rarely get the customer care from a company that I got with you. I will certainly be recommending your products and company to anyone that needs your services." —Angel Perales, Home Mac Services
"Your company has hit this right out of the park! I have done credit card and ACH processing for years with a previous company and what you are offering here is incredible." —Paul Blanchette
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Will it run on Windows/Mac? What version of FileMaker is required?
Yes, all of our plugins are designed to run on Mac OS X (PowerPC and Intel) as well as on Windows.
Our plugins take advantage of the plugin features of FileMaker 7 and later, such as attaching styles to text, and are compatible with the most recent version, FileMaker 13. In addition, the Mac versions of all of our plugins ship as universal binaries, and will run at full speed on both PowerPC and Intel Macs.
|Mac OS X 10.5 or
later on PPC
|Mac OS X 10.5 or
later on Intel
|Windows XP or later|
|FileMaker 4-6||FileMaker Pro 7 or later required|
|FileMaker Pro 7||X||Won't run in Rosetta||X|
|FileMaker Pro 8||X||Won't run in Rosetta||X|
|FileMaker Pro 8.5||X||X||X|
|FileMaker Pro 9||X||X||X|
|FileMaker Pro 10||X||X||X|
|FileMaker Pro 11||X||X||X|
|FileMaker Pro 12||X||X||X|
|FileMaker Pro 13||X||X||X|
|FileMaker Server 7 Advanced||X||X||X|
|FileMaker Server 8.0v4 Advanced||See note below||See note below||X|
|FileMaker Server 9 Advanced||X||X||X|
|FileMaker Server 9||X||X||X|
|FileMaker Server 10||X||X||X|
|FileMaker Server 10 Advanced||X||X||X|
|FileMaker Server 11||X||X||X|
|FileMaker Server 11 Advanced||X||X||X|
|FileMaker Server 12||X||X||X|
|FileMaker Server 12 Advanced||X||X||X|
|FileMaker Server 13||X||X||See note below|
FileMaker Server 13 and Windows: Windows 8 and Server 2012 are not compatible at this time with server side scheduled scripts and the Perform Script on Server feature of FileMaker 13.
FileMaker Server Advanced 8.0v4: Unfortunately, a bug in FileMaker Server Advanced 8.0v4 disables all plugins in the Web Publishing Engine on OS X. This affects all plugins, not just ones from 360Works. FileMaker, Inc. is aware of this bug.
Rosetta: Rosetta is not supported. If you are running FileMaker 7 or 8 on an Intel Macintosh, we strongly recommend upgrading to FileMaker 8.5 or later; the speed and stability improvements are very significant.
What about Web Publishing and FileMaker Server?
If you purchase the Enterprise License (see below), then you will be able to use the plugin with the FileMaker Web Publishing Engine. This means that when you use our plugins in your FileMaker scripts, they will work the same way with Instant Web Publishing (IWP). It also means that your Custom Web Publishing applications (with XSLT, PHP, or any other web technology) can call FileMaker scripts that use our plugins.
If you're using FileMaker Server 9 or later, our plugins are compatible with the FileMaker Server scheduled script feature.
Can I use this plugin with my FileMaker runtime solution?
Yes, all of our plugins work in FileMaker runtimes solutions, just copy the plugin to the runtime's Extensions folder.
What kind of licenses are there?
Most of our plugins are available in 3 licenses: a demo version which works for 2 hours every time you launch FileMaker, a Workgroup license for 10 or fewer users, and an Enterprise license for unlimited users within a single organization.
What about FileMaker Go?
If you'd like to add plug-in functionality to a mobile solution, there are a number of options available. Plug-ins cannot be installed directly on a iPhone or iPad, but you can trigger a script on a machine that does have the plug-in installed. Using FileMaker Server, you can have routine scripts that will process all the outstanding function calls. For an example on how to do this, see this article on accomplishing this with Plastic. Alternatively you could integrate RemoteScripter to trigger server side scripts. Finally, FMRPC is a separate product developed as a collaboration between Skeleton Key and 360Works.
There are more Questions and Answers on our product support site.
Purchase the Portfolio Bundle to obtain an Enterprise license of this product which allows for unlimited users within a single organization.
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