voronkovich/sberbank-acquiring-client

Client for working with Sberbank's acquiring REST API

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PHP client for Sberbank and Alfabank REST API.

Requirements

  • PHP 7.1 or above (Old version for PHP 5 you can find here)
  • TLS 1.2 or above (more information you can find here)
  • php-json extension installed

Installation

composer require 'voronkovich/sberbank-acquiring-client'

Usage

Instantiating a client

In most cases to instantiate a client you need to pass your username and password to a constructor:

<?php

use Voronkovich\SberbankAcquiring\Client;

$client = new Client(['userName' => 'username', 'password' => 'password']);

Alternatively you can use an authentication token:

<?php

use Voronkovich\SberbankAcquiring\Client;

$client = new Client(['token' => 'sberbank-token']);

More advanced example:

<?php

use Voronkovich\SberbankAcquiring\Client;
use Voronkovich\SberbankAcquiring\Currency;
use Voronkovich\SberbankAcquiring\HttpClient\HttpClientInterface;

$client = new Client([
    'userName' => 'username',
    'password' => 'password',
    // A language code in ISO 639-1 format.
    // Use this option to set a language of error messages.
    'language' => 'ru',

    // A currency code in ISO 4217 format.
    // Use this option to set a currency used by default.
    'currency' => Currency::RUB,

    // An uri to send requests.
    // Use this option if you want to use the Sberbank's test server.
    'apiUri' => Client::API_URI_TEST,

    // An HTTP method to use in requests.
    // Must be "GET" or "POST" ("POST" is used by default).
    'httpMethod' => HttpClientInterface::METHOD_GET,

    // An HTTP client for sending requests.
    // Use this option when you don't want to use
    // a default HTTP client implementation distributed
    // with this package (for example, when you have'nt
    // a CURL extension installed in your server).
    'httpClient' => new YourCustomHttpClient(),
]);

Example for Alphabank:

<?php

use Voronkovich\SberbankAcquiring\Client;

$client = new Client([
    'userName' => 'username',
    'password' => 'password',
    'apiUri' => 'https://web.rbsuat.com',
    'prefixDefault' => '/ab/rest/',
    'prefixApple' => '/ab/applepay/',
    'prefixGoogle' => '/ab/google/',
    'prefixSamsung' => '/ab/samsung/',
]);

Also you can use an adapter for the Guzzle:

<?php

use Voronkovich\SberbankAcquiring\Client;
use Voronkovich\SberbankAcquiring\HttpClient\GuzzleAdapter;

use GuzzleHttp\Client as Guzzle;

$client = new Client(
    'userName' => 'username',
    'password' => 'password',
    'httpClient' => new GuzzleAdapter(new Guzzle()),
]);

Also, there are available adapters for Symfony and PSR-18 HTTP clents.

Low level method "execute"

You can interact with the Sberbank REST API using a low level method execute:

$client->execute('/payment/rest/register.do', [ 
    'orderNumber' => 1111,
    'amount' => 10,
    'returnUrl' => 'http://localhost/sberbank/success',
]);

$status = $client->execute('/payment/rest/getOrderStatusExtended.do', [
    'orderId' => '64fc8831-a2b0-721b-64fc-883100001553',
]);

But it's more convenient to use one of the shortcuts listed below.

Creating a new order

/payment/rest/register.do

<?php

use Voronkovich\SberbankAcquiring\Client;
use Voronkovich\SberbankAcquiring\Currency;

$client = new Client(['userName' => 'username', 'password' => 'password']);

// Required arguments
$orderId     = 1234;
$orderAmount = 1000;
$returnUrl   = 'http://mycoolshop.local/payment-success';

// You can pass additional parameters like a currency code and etc.
$params['currency'] = Currency::EUR;
$params['failUrl']  = 'http://mycoolshop.local/payment-failure';

$result = $client->registerOrder($orderId, $orderAmount, $returnUrl, $params);

$paymentOrderId = $result['orderId'];
$paymentFormUrl = $result['formUrl'];

header('Location: ' . $paymentFormUrl);

If you want to use UUID identifiers (ramsey/uuid) for orders you should convert them to a hex format:

use Ramsey\Uuid\Uuid;

$orderId = Uuid::uuid4();

$result = $client->registerOrder($orderId->getHex(), $orderAmount, $returnUrl);

Use a registerOrderPreAuth method to create a 2-step order.

Getting a status of an exising order

/payment/rest/getOrderStatusExtended.do

<?php

use Voronkovich\SberbankAcquiring\Client;
use Voronkovich\SberbankAcquiring\OrderStatus;

$client = new Client(['userName' => 'username', 'password' => 'password']);

$result = $client->getOrderStatus($orderId);

if (OrderStatus::isDeposited($result['orderStatus'])) {
    echo "Order #$orderId is deposited!";
}

if (OrderStatus::isDeclined($result['orderStatus'])) {
    echo "Order #$orderId was declined!";
}

Also, you can get an order's status by using you own identifier (e.g. assigned by your database):

<?php

use Voronkovich\SberbankAcquiring\Client;
use Voronkovich\SberbankAcquiring\OrderStatus;

$client = new Client(['userName' => 'username', 'password' => 'password']);

$result = $client->getOrderStatusByOwnId($orderId);

Reversing an exising order

/payment/rest/reverse.do

<?php

use Voronkovich\SberbankAcquiring\Client;

$client = new Client(['userName' => 'username', 'password' => 'password']);

$result = $client->reverseOrder($orderId);

Refunding an exising order

/payment/rest/refund.do

<?php

use Voronkovich\SberbankAcquiring\Client;

$client = new Client(['userName' => 'username', 'password' => 'password']);

$result = $client->refundOrder($orderId, $amountToRefund);

Apple Pay

/payment/applepay/payment.do

<?php

use Voronkovich\SberbankAcquiring\Client;

$client = new Client(['userName' => 'username', 'password' => 'password']);

$orderNumber = 777;
$merchant = 'my_merchant';
$paymentToken = 'token';

$result = $client->payWithApplePay($orderNumber, $merchant, $paymentToken);

Google Pay

/payment/google/payment.do

<?php

use Voronkovich\SberbankAcquiring\Client;

$client = new Client(['userName' => 'username', 'password' => 'password']);

$orderNumber = 777;
$merchant = 'my_merchant';
$paymentToken = 'token';

$result = $client->payWithGooglePay($orderNumber, $merchant, $paymentToken);

Samsung Pay

/payment/samsung/payment.do

<?php

use Voronkovich\SberbankAcquiring\Client;

$client = new Client(['userName' => 'username', 'password' => 'password']);

$orderNumber = 777;
$merchant = 'my_merchant';
$paymentToken = 'token';

$result = $client->payWithSamsungPay($orderNumber, $merchant, $paymentToken);

SBP payments using QR codes

currently only supported by Alfabank, see docs.

<?php

use Voronkovich\SberbankAcquiring\Client;

// Specifying "apiUri" and "prefixSbpQr" is mandatory
$client = new Client([
    'apiUri' => 'https://pay.alfabank.ru',
    'prefixSbpQr' => '/payment/rest/sbp/c2b/qr/',
    'userName' => 'username',
    'password' => 'password',
]);

$result = $client->getSbpDynamicQr($orderId, [
    'qrHeight' => 100,
    'qrWidth' => 100,
    'qrFormat' => 'image',
]);

echo sprintf(
    '<a href="%s"><img src="%s" /></a>',
    $result['payload'],
    'data:image/png;base64,' . $result['renderedQr']
);

See Client source code to find methods for payment bindings and dealing with 2-step payments.

License

Copyright (c) Voronkovich Oleg. Distributed under the MIT.