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MultiSafepay Payments Gateway integration for Django

Project description

django-multisafepay

Payment gateway integration for MultiSafepay. MultiSafepay is a large payment gateway based in The Netherlands that supports many international payment methods.

MultiSafepay offers two methods for payments, see https://www.multisafepay.com/en/Payment-services/:

  • Fast checkout requires customers to create a MultiSafePay account. You only have to pay a transaction fee, but the account system is not very user-friendly.
  • Connect provides direct payments. As a merchant, you have to pay a monthly subscription.

Installation

Install via pip:

pip install django-multisafepay

Configuration

In the MultiSafepay merchant site settings, add a new website. Use those settings to configure the application:

MULTISAFEPAY_ACCOUNT_ID
The account ID, provided by MultiSafepay.
MULTISAFEPAY_SITE_ID
The site ID, found in the MultiSafepay website settings panel.
MULTISAFEPAY_SITE_CODE
The site security code, found in the MultiSafepay website settings panel.
MULTISAFEPAY_TESTING
Whether or not to run in testing mode. Defaults to True.

Add to urls.py:

urlpatterns += patterns('',
    url(r'^api/multisafepay/', include('django_multisafepay.urls')),
)

As recommendation, temporary log all events from this package as well:

LOGGING = {
    # ...

    'handlers': {
        # ...

        'console': {
            'level': 'DEBUG',
            'class': 'logging.StreamHandler',
        },
    },
    'loggers': {
        # ...

        'django_multisafepay': {
            'handlers': ['console'],
            'level': 'DEBUG',
            'propagate': True,
        },
    },
}

Usage

Creating a new payment transaction:

from django_multisafepay.client import MultiSafepayClient
from django_multisafepay.data import Transaction, Customer
from django.shortcuts import redirect

def pay(request):

    client = MultiSafepayClient()
    reply = client.start_checkout(
        transaction = Transaction(

        ),
        customer = Customer(

        )
    )

    return redirect(reply.payment_url)
  • For the Fast Checkout, use the start_checkout() method.
  • For the Connect method, use the redirect_transaction() method.

Both methods return an URL to redirect the user to.

Fetching status:

client = MultiSafepayClient()
statusreply = client.status(self.transaction_id)

TODO

  • checkout-shopping-cart
  • custom-fields
  • shipping
  • iDEAL issuers request (simple to add)

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