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Gestpay - Banca Sella payment libraries for Laravel 5 The easiest way to allow your customers to pay with their credit card their purchase on your website using Gestay - Banca Sella The documentation will be improved in the coming days

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MIT License

We are not and will not be responsible for any errors or problems caused by these files. Please read Gestpay's official documentation carefully before using this package.


You can install the package via composer:

composer require biscolab/laravel-gestpay

The service provider must be registered in config/app.php:

'providers' => [

You can use the facade for shorter code. Add "Gestpay" to your aliases:

'aliases' => [
    'Gestpay' => Biscolab\Gestpay\Facades\Gestpay::class,

Create config/gestpay.php configuration file using:

php artisan vendor:publish --provider="Biscolab\Gestpay\GestpayServiceProvider"


Laravel configuration

Open config/gestpay.php configuration file and set shopLogin and uicCode:

return [
    'shopLogin'      => 'YOUR_SHOP_LOGIN',
    'uicCode'        => 'CURRENCY_CODE',
    'test'           => true // supported: true|false 
  • shopLogin is the code that is assigned to your account
  • uicCode is already set to 242 (Euro). You can find the complete list of currency codes here
  • test if true it indicates that you are using your test account. More info at Using Gestpay payment page

For more information about shopLogin and uicCode please visit Gestpay - Creating your custom payment page

Gestpay configuration

Login to your Gestpay BackOffice account and set:

  • IP Address (your server IP, you can add more than one)
  • Response Address
    • URL for positive response (e.g. https://[yourdomain]/gestpay_callback/ok)
    • URL for negative response (e.g. https://[yourdomain]/gestpay_callback/ko)

How to use

Ok, and now let's pay!

As always, paying is the easiest thing

gestpay()->pay($amount, $shopTransactionId);

That's all!

  • $amount: is the amount you have to pay
  • $shopTransactionId: is the unique identifier you have assigned to the transaction

I was joking, that's not all! Now you have to handle the callback. Based on the gestpay configuration, you now have to create the routes. For example, you can create a controller that handles callbacks through the method "gestpayCallback"

    // e.g.
    Route::get('/gestpay_callback/{status}', ['uses' => 'GestpayController@gestpayCallback']);

Now, check whether the payment is succeeded. Gestpay response contains 2 parameters: a and b. gestpayCallback will be:

public function gestpayCallback($status){
    $gestpay_response = gestpay()->checkResponse();

$gestpay_response will be a GestpayResponse object. You can retrieve $gestpay_response properties using the following methods:

  • $gestpay_response->getTransactionResult() return transaction_result; should be true or false
  • $gestpay_response->getShopTransactionId() return shop_transaction_id; the $shopTransactionId you have sent through pay method
  • $gestpay_response->getErrorCode() return error_code; setting to "0" if the transaction is successful
  • $gestpay_response->getErrorDescription() return error_description; error code literal description in the language you have chosen

Then you can update your DB or everything you want!