openpayu/openpayu_php_sdk

OpenPayU PHP Library

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v2.1.3 2015-01-21 13:45 UTC

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The OpenPayU PHP library provides integration access to the PayU Gateway API ver. 2.1

Dependencies

The following PHP extensions are required:

  • cURL
  • hash

Documentation

Full implementation guide [English][Polish].

To process operations such as:

You will need to provide a parameter called orderId. The value of orderId is your order identifier that is set by PayU Payment system, and it's used to invoke remote methods.

There are two ways to get orderId:

  1. It is present inside the received notification message from PayU Payment System as a result of payment.
  2. In the response from method OpenPayU_Order::create.

In both cases you will find orderId using this statement: $response->getResponse()->orderId.

Installation

Composer

To install with Composer, simply add the requirement to your composer.json file:

{
  "require" : {
    "openpayu/openpayu" : "2.1.*"
  }
}

Then install by running

composer.phar install

Manual installation

Obtain the latest version of openpayu_php SDK with:

git clone https://github.com/PayU/openpayu_php.git

Getting started

If you are using Composer use autoload functionality:

include "vendor/autoload.php";

Or simply add this lines anywhere in your application:

    require_once 'lib/openpayu.php';
    require_once realpath(dirname(__FILE__)) . '/../../config.php';

Configure

To configure OpenPayU environment you must provide a set of mandatory data in config.php file:

    OpenPayU_Configuration::setEnvironment('secure');
    OpenPayU_Configuration::setMerchantPosId('145227'); // POS ID (Checkout)
    OpenPayU_Configuration::setSignatureKey('13a980d4f851f3d9a1cfc792fb1f5e50'); //Second MD5 key. You will find it in admin panel.

Usage

Remember: All keys in "order array" must be in lowercase.

Creating order using HTML form

File with working example: examples/v2/order/OrderForm.php

To create an order using HTML form you must provide an Array with order data:

in your controller

        $order['notifyUrl'] = 'http://localhost';
        $order['continueUrl'] = 'http://localhost';

        $order['customerIp'] = '127.0.0.1';
        $order['merchantPosId'] = OpenPayU_Configuration::getMerchantPosId();
        $order['description'] = 'New order';
        $order['currencyCode'] = 'PLN';
        $order['totalAmount'] = 3200;
        $order['extOrderId'] = rand(1000, 1000000);

        $order['products'][0]['name'] = 'Product1';
        $order['products'][0]['unitPrice'] = 1000;
        $order['products'][0]['quantity'] = 1;

        $order['products'][1]['name'] = 'Product2';
        $order['products'][1]['unitPrice'] = 2200;
        $order['products'][1]['quantity'] = 1;

        $order['buyer']['email'] = 'dd@ddd.pl';
        $order['buyer']['phone'] = '123123123';
        $order['buyer']['firstName'] = 'Jan';
        $order['buyer']['lastName'] = 'Kowalski';

    $orderFormData = OpenPayU_Order::hostedOrderForm($order);

in your view

<html>
<?php echo $orderFormData; ?>
</html>

or just

echo $orderFormData

Creating order using REST API

File with working example: examples/v2/order/OrderCreate.php

To create an order using REST API in back-end you must provide an Array with order data:

in your controller

    $order['continueUrl'] = 'http://localhost/'; //customer will be redirected to this page after successfull payment
    $order['notifyUrl'] = 'http://localhost/';
    $order['customerIp'] = $_SERVER['REMOTE_ADDR'];
    $order['merchantPosId'] = OpenPayU_Configuration::getMerchantPosId();
    $order['description'] = 'New order';
    $order['currencyCode'] = 'PLN';
    $order['totalAmount'] = 3200;
    $order['extOrderId'] = '1342'; //must be unique!

    $order['products'][0]['name'] = 'Product1';
    $order['products'][0]['unitPrice'] = 1000;
    $order['products'][0]['quantity'] = 1;

    $order['products'][1]['name'] = 'Product2';
    $order['products'][1]['unitPrice'] = 2200;
    $order['products'][1]['quantity'] = 1;

//optional section buyer
    $order['buyer']['email'] = 'dd@ddd.pl';
    $order['buyer']['phone'] = '123123123';
    $order['buyer']['firstName'] = 'Jan';
    $order['buyer']['lastName'] = 'Kowalski';

    $response = OpenPayU_Order::create($order);

    header('Location:'.$response->getResponse()->redirectUri); //You must redirect your client to PayU payment summary page.

Retrieving order from OpenPayU

File with working example: examples/v2/order/OrderRetrieve.php

You can retrieve order by its PayU order_id

    $response = OpenPayU_Order::retrieve('Z963D5JQR2230925GUEST000P01'); //as parameter use orderId

Cancelling order

File with working example: examples/v2/order/OrderCancel.php

You can cancel order by its PayU order_id

    $response = OpenPayU_Order::cancel('Z963D5JQR2230925GUEST000P01'); //as parameter use orderId

Updating order status

File with working example: examples/v2/order/OrderStatusUpdate.php

You can update order status to accept order.

    $status_update = array(
        "orderId" => 'Z963D5JQR2230925GUEST000P01', //as value use ORDER_ID
        "orderStatus" => 'COMPLETED'
    );

    $response = OpenPayU_Order::statusUpdate($status_update);

Handling notifications from PayU

File with working example: examples/v2/order/OrderNotify.php

PayU sends requests to your application when order status changes

    if ($_SERVER['REQUEST_METHOD'] == 'POST') {
        $body = file_get_contents('php://input');
        $data = stripslashes(trim($body));

        $response = OpenPayU_Order::consumeNotification($data);
        $response->getResponse()->order->status; //NEW PENDING CANCELLED REJECTED COMPLETED WAITING_FOR_CONFIRMATION

        header("HTTP/1.1 200 OK");
    }

Refund money

File with working example: examples/v2/refund/RefundCreate.php

You can create refund to refund money on buyer account

    $refund = OpenPayU_Refund::create(
        'Z963D5JQR2230925GUEST000P01', //as a value use ORDER_ID
        'Money refund', //Description - required
        '100' //Amount - If not provided, returns whole transaction, optional
    );

Contributing

  1. Fork it
  2. Create your feature branch (git checkout -b my-new-feature)
  3. Commit your changes (git commit -am 'Add some feature')
  4. Push to the branch (git push origin my-new-feature)
  5. Create new Pull Request