Integerates Omnipay with Laravel and provides an easy configuration.
Integrates the Omnipay PHP library with Laravel 5 via a ServiceProvider to make Configuring multiple payment tunnels a breeze!
For Laravel 4 see the version 1.x tree
2.0 and onwards has been updated to use Omnipay 2.3.
2.2 and onwards is using Omnipay 2.5
2.3 and onwards supports Laravel 5.4
Important Note: Compatibility with Symfony 3 Event Dispatcher
If you are using Symfony 3 (or Symfony 3 components), please note that Omnipay 2.x still relies on Guzzle3, which in turn depends on symfony/event-dispatcher 2.x. This conflicts with Symfony 3 (standard install), so cannot be installed. Development for Omnipay 3.x is still in progress at the moment.
If you are just using the Symfony 3 components (eg. stand-alone or Silex/Laravel etc), you could try to force the install of symfony/event-dispatcher:^2.8, which is compatible with both Symfony 3 components and Guzzle 3.
composer require symfony/event-dispatcher:^2.8
Include the laravel-omnipay package as a dependency in your
Note: You don't need to include the
omnipay/common in your composer.json - it is a requirement of the
composer install to download the dependencies.
Add a ServiceProvider to your providers array in
'providers' => [ 'Ignited\LaravelOmnipay\LaravelOmnipayServiceProvider', ]
Omnipay facade to your facades array:
'Omnipay' => 'Ignited\LaravelOmnipay\Facades\OmnipayFacade',
Finally, publish the configuration files:
php artisan vendor:publish --provider="Ignited\LaravelOmnipay\LaravelOmnipayServiceProvider" --tag=config
Lumen add the following in your bootstrap/app.php
Copy the laravel-omnipay.php file from the config directory to config/laravel-omnipay.php
And also add the following to bootstrap/app.php
Once you have published the configuration files, you can add your gateway options to the config file in
Here is an example of how to configure merchant id & merchant key with moneris driver
... 'gateways' => [ 'moneris' => [ 'driver' => 'Moneris', 'options' => [ 'merchantId' => env('MONERIS_MERCHANT_ID', ''), 'merchantKey' => env('MONERIS_MERCHANT_KEY', ''), 'testMode' => env('MONERIS_TEST_MODE', '') ] ] ] ...
$cardInput = [ 'firstName' => 'John', 'lastName' => 'Doe', 'number' => '4242424242424242', 'expiryMonth' => '03', 'expiryYear' => '2025', 'cvv' => '123', 'billingAddress1' => '795 Folsom Ave, Suite 600', 'billingCity' => 'San Francisco', 'billingPostcode' => '94107', 'billingState' => 'California', 'billingCountry' => 'United States', 'billingPhone' => '(555) 539-1037', 'email' => 'firstname.lastname@example.org' ]; # 1. Generate payment profile : $createcardResponse = Omnipay::createCard(['card' => $cardInput])->send(); # 2. Delete payment profile : $cardParams = [ 'cardReference' => $createcardResponse->getCardReference() ]; $deletecardResponse = Omnipay::deleteCard($cardParams)->send(); # 3. Purchase (using payment profile) : $purchaseParams = [ "amount" => 100, "order_number" => 11111, "payment_method" => 'payment_profile', "cardReference" => $createcardResponse->getCardReference() ]; $purchaseResponse = Omnipay::purchase($purchaseParams)->send(); # 4. Refund : $refundParams = [ 'amount' => 100, 'transactionReference' => $purchaseResponse->getData() ]; $refundResponse = Omnipay::refund($refundParams)->send();
This will use the gateway specified in the config as
However, you can also specify a gateway to use.
In addition you can take an instance of the gateway.
$gateway = Omnipay::getGateway('moneris');