hashbang/securepay

PHP SecurePay API

v1.0.6 2020-08-30 23:56 UTC

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Last update: 2024-02-17 11:49:47 UTC


README

NOTE: This module is depreciated since SecurePay has moved from their SOAP XML API to REST Please see the SecurePay API to communicate with SecurePay

The below documentation is provided for backwards compatibility for existing SOAP XML requests which use the old username / password system

Very simple SecurePay.com.au API for PHP.

The secure pay service is a reasonably reliable and well documented credit card gateway.

You will require an existing username and password (or a test account) to use this module.

Installation

Download this GIT repository and copy into your application directory.

Alternatively, install with Composer.

Examples

Full Example

<?php
include('securepay.php');

$sp = new SecurePay('username','password');
$sp->TestMode(); // Remove this line to actually preform a transaction

$sp->TestConnection();
print_r($sp->ResponseXml);

$sp->NameOnCard = 'John Citizen'; // optional
$sp->Cc = 462834666666;
$sp->ExpiryDate = '07/09';
$sp->ChargeAmount = 123;
$sp->ChargeCurrency = 'USD';
$sp->Cvv = 321;
$sp->OrderId = 'ORD34234';
if ($sp->Valid()) { // Is the above data valid?
	$response = $sp->Process();
	if ($response == SECUREPAY_STATUS_APPROVED) {
		echo "Transaction was a success\n";
	} else {
		echo "Transaction failed with the error code: $response\n";
		echo "XML Dump: " . print_r($sp->ResponseXml,1) . "\n";
	}
} else {
	die("Your data is invalid\n");
}
?>

Global

The following examples all the basic PHP setup to kick things off. Obviously we need to load the library first:

<?php
include('securepay.php');

Create a new SecurePay object

$sp = new SecurePay('username','password');

OR

$sp = new SecurePay();
$sp->Login('username','password');

Test the connection to the server

if ($sp->TestConnection()) {
	echo "Server is working\n";
} else {
	echo "Server is Down\n";
}

Enable Test Mode (Optional)

$sp->TestMode();

OR

$sp->TestMode(TRUE);

Check if all provided Data is valid (Quick Method)

if ($sp->Valid()) {
	echo "Everything is valid\n";
} else {
	echo "Something is wrong\n";
}

OR you can break each validity test down individually

if (!$sp->ValidCc()) {
	echo "Credit Card Number is invalid\n";
} elseif (!$sp->ValidExpiryDate()) {
	echo "Expiry Date is invalid\n";
} elseif (!$sp->ValidCvv()) {
	echo "CVV is invalid\n";
} elseif (!$sp->ValidChargeAmount()) {
	echo "Charge Amount is invalid\n";
} elseif (!$sp->ValidChargeCurrency()) {
	echo "Charge Currency is invalid\n";
} elseif (!$sp->ValidOrderId()) {
	echo "Order ID is invalid\n";
} else {
	echo "All data is valid\n";
}

Process a payment

// Charge the credit card '462834666666' '$123' US dollars. The card expires on '07/09', has the CVV code '32' and the local order ID is 'ORD34234'.
$sp->Process(123, 'USD', '462834666666', '07/09', '321', 'ORD34234');

OR

// Charge the credit card '462834666666' '$123' US dollars. The card expires on '07/09', has the CVV code '32' and the local order ID is 'ORD34234'.
$sp->Cc = 462834666666;
$sp->ExpiryDate = '07/09';
$sp->ChargeAmount = 123;
$sp->ChargeCurrency = 'USD';
$sp->Cvv = 321;
$sp->OrderId = 'ORD34234';
$sp->Process();

Pre-authorize a payment

// This is the same process as passing a regular payment but the last parameter indicates that it should be treated as a PreAuth transaction
$sp->Process(123, 'USD', '462834666666', '07/09', '321', 'ORD34234', TRUE);

OR

// Exactly the same as a regular charge but with PreAuth = 1
$sp->PreAuth = 1;
$sp->Cc = 462834666666;
$sp->ExpiryDate = '07/09';
$sp->ChargeAmount = 123;
$sp->ChargeCurrency = 'USD';
$sp->Cvv = 321;
$sp->OrderId = 'ORD34234';
$sp->Process();
$preauthid = $sp->PreAuthId; // $preauthid contains the ID used by SecurePay (use this when finalizing a PreAuth)

Charge a PreAuth payment

$sp->PreAuth = 1;
$sp->PreAuthID = $preauthid; // The ID we got in the above process
$sp->ChargeAmount = 123;
$sp->ChargeCurrency = 'USD';
$sp->OrderId = 'ORD34234'; // NOTE this must match the OrderID used in the above process
$sp->Process();

Setup a repeating payment

// Charge the credit card '462834666666' '$123' US dollars every month for 6 months.
$sp->Cc = 462834666666;
$sp->ExpiryDate = '07/09';
$sp->ChargeAmount = 123;
$sp->ChargeCurrency = 'USD';
$sp->Cvv = 321;
$sp->OrderId = 'ORD34234';
$sp->SetupRepeat('monthly', 6); // Second arg is the interval between months
$sp->Process();

OR

// Charge the credit card '462834666666' '$123' US dollars every week for 6 weeks starting on 01/01/10
$sp->Cc = 462834666666;
$sp->ExpiryDate = '07/09';
$sp->ChargeAmount = 123;
$sp->ChargeCurrency = 'USD';
$sp->Cvv = 321;
$sp->OrderId = 'ORD34234';
$sp->SetupRepeat(SECUREPAY_REPEAT_WEEKLY, 6);
$sp->RepeatStart = strtotime('01/01/10');
$sp->Process();

OR

// Charge the credit card '462834666666' '$123' US dollars every two days for 60 days starting on 01/01/10
$sp->Cc = 462834666666;
$sp->ExpiryDate = '07/09';
$sp->ChargeAmount = 123;
$sp->ChargeCurrency = 'USD';
$sp->Cvv = 321;
$sp->OrderId = 'ORD34234';
$sp->Repeat = SECUREPAY_REPEAT_DAILY;
$sp->RepeatInterval = 2;
$sp->RepeatCount = 60;
$sp->RepeatStart = strtotime('01/01/10');
$sp->Process();

Setup a repeating payment with a manual trigger

// Charge the credit card '462834666666' '$123' US dollars every week for 6 weeks starting on 01/01/10
// Then manually trigger the response
$sp->Cc = 462834666666;
$sp->ExpiryDate = '07/09';
$sp->ChargeAmount = 123;
$sp->ChargeCurrency = 'USD';
$sp->Cvv = 321;
$sp->OrderId = 'ORD34234';
$sp->SetupRepeat(SECUREPAY_REPEAT_WEEKLY, 6);
$sp->RepeatStart = strtotime('01/01/10');
$sp->RepeatTrigger = FALSE;
$sp->Process();
// ... The repeat payment is now setup
$sp->Trigger(); // Now start it

Refund a Transaction

//We are assuming that we have previously charged a credit card with the OrderId `ABC123` and the TransactionId was `123456`
$sp->TransactionId = 123456;
$sp->ChargeAmount = 123; //Must be less or equal to the transaction amount
$sp->OrderId = 'ABC123'; //Must be the same as the original transaction

$sp->Refund(); //Refund it!

Retrieve all client information

$sp->WebLogin('username','admin','password'); // Web login details
$details = $sp->GetClientInfo();

Retrieve a specific clients information

$sp->WebLogin('username','admin','password'); // Web login details
$details = $sp->GetClientInfo('a_client_id');

Retrieve a list of transactions (today)

$sp->WebLogin('username','admin','password');
print_r($sp->GetTransactions());

OR for yesterday:

print_r($sp->GetTransactions('yesterday'));

OR for any date range:

$sp->WebLogin('username','admin','password');
print_r($sp->GetTransactions(strtotime('1/1/2008'), strtotime('30/1/2008'))); // Retrieves all transactions between 1/1/2008 and 30/1/2008

Thanks

Thanks to Chris Bosdriesz for pointing out that CVV is optional with some cards.