paytrail/merchant-api

Library for using Paytrail Merchant API services.

1.0.0 2020-08-06 11:20 UTC

This package is auto-updated.

Last update: 2021-09-01 05:02:35 UTC


README

Library for using Paytrail Merchant API services

Installation

composer require paytrail/merchant-api

Usage

Create Merchant API object

use Paytrail\MerchantApi\Merchant;
use Paytrail\MerchantApi\MerchantApi;

$merchant = Merchant::create($merchantId, $merchantSecret);
$merchantApi = new MerchantApi($merchant);

All API calls will return Either Success or Failed object. Both of them extend Response object. Response object have methods; getContent() and getError(). If API call is success, getContent() will return response content from response itself. On failed calls getContent() returns null and getError() return error message. Both methods will return string.

You can check response status.

$response->isSuccess();

Creating refund

$paymentId = 100000000000
$customerEmail = 'customer@nomail.com';
$notifyUrl = 'https://url/to/shop/notification';

$rows = [
    [
        'amount' => 1000,
        'description' => 'Some Product',
        'vatPercent' => 2400,
    ],
    [
        'amount' => 2000,
        'description' => 'Other Product',
        'vatPercent' => 2400,
    ],
];

$refundToken = $merchantApi->createRefund($paymentId, $rows, $customerEmail, $notifyUrl)->getContent();

Paytrail API will send response to $notifyUrl. This is optional, but highly recommended parameter.

Request returns refund token, which can be used to get refund details or cancel refund.

Note: Refunds are created with payment id. If you only have order number, but not payment id. You can use getPayments() method to get payment id for order number. If you use E2 interface, you get Payment Id from return parameters after customer has completed payment.

More info about creating refunds in documentation.

Cancelling refund

$cancelledRefundToken = $merchantApi->cancelRefund($refundToken)->getContent();

Cancel refund by refund token. Response will return cancelled refund token.

More info about cancelling refund in documentation.

Getting refund details

$refundDetails = $merchantApi->getRefundDetails($refundId)->getContent();
$detailsObject = json_decode($refundDetails);

$refundDetails is JSON encoded object.

More info about refund details in documentation.

Getting settlements

Get settlements between two dates.

$settlements = $merchantApi->getSettlements($fromDate, $toDate)->getContent();
$settlementsArray = json_decode($settlements);

If $toDate is not set, it defaults to current date. Dates must be in Y-m-d format.

Response is array containing settlement objects

More info about settlements in documentation.

Getting settlement details

$settlementDetails = $merchantApi->getSettlementDetails($settlementId)->getContent();
$settlementDetailsObject = json_decode($settlementDetails);

$settlementId is id value from settlement object in settlement details array.

More info about settlement details in documentation.

Getting payments

$payments = $merchantApi->getPayments($orderNumber)->getContent();
$paymentsArray = json_decode($payments);

Payment array contains payment objects.

This will return all payments with order number. Old payment interfaces won't return Payment id. You can use this method to get all payments by order number. Payment object id is $paymentId value used to create refunds and query payment details.

More info about getting payments by order number in documentation.

Getting payment details

$paymentDetails = $merchantApi->getPaymentDetails($paymentId)->getContent();
$paymentDetailsObject = json_decode($paymentDetails);

$paymentId is payment id used to create refund.

More info about payment details in documentation.