Author image Christopher Kois

NAME

Bluepay::Bluepay20Post

VERSION

Version: 0.10 April 2008

SYNOPSIS

Bluepay::Bluepay20Post - The BluePay 2.0 Post interface

DESCRIPTION

Bluepay::Bluepay20Post is a Perl based implementation for interaction with the Bluepay 2.0 Post interface. Bluepay20Post accepts the parameters needed for the Bluepay20Post and sends the Post request to Bluepay via HTTPS. Bluepay20Post has been developed on Windows XP, but should work on any OS where Perl is installed.

RUNNING Bluepay::Bluepay20Post

        use Bluepay::Bluepay20Post;

        # Create object
        my $bp20obj = Bluepay::Bluepay20Post->new();

        # Assign values
        $bp20Obj->{ACCOUNT_ID} = "myaccountid";
        $bp20Obj->{SECRET_KEY} = 'mysecretkey';
        $bp20Obj->{TRANS_TYPE} = 'SALE';
        $bp20Obj->{MODE} = 'TEST';              # Default is TEST --> Set to LIVE for live tx
        $bp20Obj->{AMOUNT} = '3.01';    # ODD returns Approved, EVEN returns Declined in TEST mode
        $bp20Obj->{PAYMENT_ACCOUNT} = '4111111111111111';       # VISA Test Card
        $bp20Obj->{CARD_EXPIRE} = '0808';
        ## PLEASE REVIEW THE BP20 POST DOCUMENTATION TO SEE ALL REQUIRED/POSSIBLE VALUES
        ## REFERENCE THEM BY NAME DIRECTLY
        
        # Post --> Results contains the name value pair string of the response
        #  In this format: TRANS_ID=&STATUS=&AVS=&CVV2=&MESSAGE=&REBID=
        my $results = $bp20Obj->Post();

        # Can also retrieve the results directly from the object
        print $bp20Obj->{TRANS_ID} . "\n";
        print $bp20Obj->{STATUS} . "\n";
        print $bp20Obj->{AVS} . "\n";
        print $bp20Obj->{CVV2} . "\n";
        print $bp20Obj->{AVS} . "\n";
        print $bp20Obj->{AUTH_CODE} . "\n";
        print $bp20Obj->{MESSAGE} . "\n";
        print $bp20Obj->{REBID} . "\n";
        

METHODS

new

Creates a new instance of a Bluepay::Bluepay20Post object

Post

Posts the data to the Bluepay::Bluepay20Post interface

MODULES

This script has some dependencies that need to be installed before it can run. You can use cpan to install the modules. They are: - Digest::MD5 - LWP::UserAgent - URI::Escape

AUTHOR

The Bluepay::Bluepay20Post perl module was written by Christopher Kois <ckois@bluepay.com>.

COPYRIGHTS

        The Bluepay::Bluepay20Post package is Copyright (c) April, 2008 by BluePay, Inc. 
        http://www.bluepay.com All rights reserved.  You may distribute this module under the terms 
        of GNU General Public License (GPL). 
        

Module Copyrights: - The Digest::MD5 module is Copyright (c) 1998-2003 Gisle Aas. Available at: http://search.cpan.org/~gaas/Digest-MD5-2.36/MD5.pm - The LWP::UserAgent module is Copyright (c) 1995-2008 Gisle Aas. Available at: http://search.cpan.org/~gaas/libwww-perl-5.812/lib/LWP/UserAgent.pm - The URI::Escape module is Copyright (c) 1995-2004 Gisle Aas. Available at: http://search.cpan.org/~gaas/URI-1.36/URI/Escape.pm

NOTE: Each of these modules may have other dependencies. The modules listed here are the modules that Bluepay::Bluepay20Post specifically references.

SUPPORT/WARRANTY

Bluepay::Bluepay20Post is free Open Source software. This code is Free. You may use it, modify it, redistribute it, Post it on the bathroom wall, or whatever. If you do make modifications that are useful, Bluepay would love it if you donated them back to us!

KNOWN BUGS:

This is version 0.10 of Bluepay::Bluepay20Post. There are currently no known bugs.