Allow me to state the task as best I can:
The objective is to provide me with a copy of orders that are generated from my website, but processed on the manufacturer's server. Can you change the way the "click-through" to the manufacturer's site is handled?
I want to know if you can code the "Order Now" button on [url removed, login to view] to launch a window from the [url removed, login to view] site that displays the ordering pages from the manufacturer's server. They can be the actual live SSL pages from the manufacturer's server- I simply want to channel the pages through my website to allow you access to the pages as the user fills them in. This way, you can code the page to save the information when the last click is made bythe user to submit the order.
I know you can't add a command onto the manufacturer's pages, but I'm hoping that you can code a page for my site that will recognize the call to the manufacturer's server for the order confirmation. When my site senses that a user has been directed to [url removed, login to view] , the manufacturer's order confirmation page, can a "copy & save" action be automatically triggered?
During the 5-page order process, once the user gets to the final order page, can a screenshot capture or other method of collecting the filled out order form fields be generated and saved in a folder on the [url removed, login to view] server? When a new file is added to the "Orders" folder, an e-mail notification must be sent to (2) recipients in my company.
When the user clicks "Submit Order", can that user action trigger a copy & save function before the navigation to the Order Confirmation page from the manufacturer's site takes place? Or, even better, capture the "Order Confirmation" page that is served following successful ordering? This is the proof I need that the order was processed successfully.
This would be the ideal solution to my problem by providing me with proof that an order was placed, along with the specific details as to exactly what was ordered and on what date.