Did you get vertex tax integrated? I am trying to implement that for
a client right now. Any help would be great.

Thanks,
Chris

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> > >
> > > Can anyone make a suggestion on how to connect to a c function
> > > from a php app?
> >
> > Of course. The function must be in a library, and the library
> > can be linked to PHP at run-time using the dl() function:
>
> The function will be written by a c programmer here, my understanding
> is the file will be linked to a library at compilation time, but
> none-the-less, I'll check out the dl().
>
>
> >
> > [url]http://php.net/dl[/url]
> >
> > Alternatively, the library can be compiled into PHP itself,
> > just like Curl or GD...
> >
> > > I have to connect to a sales tax calculation software.
> >
> > Do you really have to create a C library for THAT? I mean,
> > it would make sense to implement in C something like Householder
> > procedure (it is used to estimate multiple regressions) or
> > Monte Carlo Value-at-Risk computation with 10 million runs,
> > but sales tax calculation? Is it THAT computationally intensive?
> >
>
> It's connecting to Vertex which my understanding is written in c. We
> have to calculate tax in all states and its pretty intensive. There's
> state and sometime s county and city, then if it's a specified amount
> in a specific state, the rate can change...it would be craziness to
> try and recreate, plus there's updates...
>
> Thx
>
>
> > Cheers,
> > NC