Business::CyberSource::Report::PaymentEvents - Interface to CyberSource's Payment Events report.
This module is an interface to the Payment Events report from CyberSource.
use Business::CyberSource::Report; # Generate a report factory. my $report_factory = Business::CyberSource::Report->new( merchant_id => $merchant_id, username => $username, password => $password, ); # Build a Business::CyberSource::Report::PaymentEvents object. my $payment_events_report = $report_factory->build( 'PaymentEvents' ); # Retrieve the Payment Events report for a given date. $payment_events_report->retrieve( format => $format, date => $date, );
Build and send the request to CyberSource.
# Retrieve the Payment Events report for a given date. $payment_events_report->retrieve( format => $format, date => $date, );
format: the desired format of the report, 'csv' or 'xml'.
date: the date of the transactions to include in the report, using the format YYYY/MM/DD.
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Copyright 2011-2012 Guillaume Aubert.
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