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Django-GetPaid plugin for PayU service.

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Django-getpaid plugin for PayU service.


First make sure that django-getpaid is installed and configured.

Then, simply install the plugin:

pip install django-getpaid-payu

This should pull django-getpaid in case it’s not installed yet.


Add "getpaid_payu" to your INSTALLED_APPS and add plugin configuration.


    # ...

    "getpaid_payu": {
        # take these from your merchant panel:
        "pos_id": 12345,
        "second_key": "91ae651578c5b5aa93f2d38a9be8ce11",
        "oauth_id": 12345,
        "oauth_secret": "12f071174cb7eb79d4aac5bc2f07563f",
    # ...

That should be enough to make your django-getpaid integration use new plugin and allow you to choose PayU for supported currencies.

Other settings

You can change additional settings for the plugin:

  • PUSH - paywall will send status updates to the callback endpoint hence updating status automatically

  • PULL - each Payment has to be verified by calling its fetch_and_update_status(), eg. from a Celery task.

Default: PUSH

  • REST - payment will be created using REST api call to paywall

  • POST - an extra screen will be displayed with a confirmation button that will send all Payment params to paywall using POST. This is not recommended by PayU.




Dominik Kozaczko

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