doomtickle/authorizenet

authorize.net package for Kerigan Marketing Associates

1.3.1 2019-11-27 16:08 UTC

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Last update: 2021-11-25 02:01:31 UTC


README

A simple wrapper for the Authorize.Net PHP SDK

  • Docs are still WIP

Installation

composer require doomtickle/authorizenet

Environment/Global Variables

Required

Login ID from your Authorize.Net Merchant Dashboard

define('AUTHORIZENET_LOGIN_ID', 'YOUR_LOGIN_ID');

Transaction Key from your Authorize.Net Merchant Dashboard

define('AUTHORIZENET_TRANSACTION_KEY', 'YOUR_TRANSACTION_KEY');

AuthorizeNet Environment (Sandbox or Production);

define('ANET_ENVIRONMENT', 'https://apitest.authorize.net'); // Sandbox

Or define('ANET_ENVIRONMENT', 'https://api2.authorize.net'); // Production

Optional

Relative path to the file where you would like to keep transaction logs (for debugging purposes)

define('AUTHORIZENET_LOG_FILE', 'authorizenet_log');

Usage

This package accepts a payload of structured data (JSON) and returns the response from Authorize.Net

Parameters

Key Required Type Notes
cardNumber yes String
expirationDate yes String Format: YYYY-mm
cardCode yes String Also known as CVV
amount yes Number Example: 151.25
customer yes object Contains neccessary information for the customer. See details below

Examples

For the following example, we'll use a simple JSON object consisting of only the minimum required fields to complete the transaction.

{
    "cardNumber": "4111111111111111",
    "expirationDate": "2038-12",
    "cardCode": "123",
    "amount": 151.25,
    "customer": {
        "firstName": "Joe",
        "lastName": "Testerson",
        "street": "123 Example Street",
        "city": "Hollywood",
        "state": "CA",
        "zip": "90210",
        "country": "USA",
        "email": "joe@testerson.com"
    }
}
use CyberdelicDigital\AuthorizeNet\Transaction;

public function chargeCard($details)
{
    $transaction = new Transaction($details);

    $response = $transaction->execute();

    if ($response->isSuccess()) {
        return $response;
    }

    return $response->getErrors();
}

Custom Validation Rules

In addition to the JSON data passed into the Transaction class, you can also pass a second parameter consisting of an array of any additional custom fields you need to be required.

Note: You do not need to specify the required fields listed in the chart above. They will always be required for a valid transaction.

$requiredFields = ['field_1', 'field_2'];

$transaction = new Transaction($details, $requiredFields);