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A Python library for accessing the Auction iPay API

Project Description

A Python library for accessing the Auction's iPay API

pip install pyipay


import pyipay

# Creates the API instance
ipay = pyipay.IpayAPI("Your iPay ID", "Your iPay Key")

# Creates an item
item = ipay.create_item(
"Test Item", "Test order", price=10, qty=2, option="Test option",
item_url="http://localhost/item/", thumbnail_url="http://localhost/thumb",
items = (item, )

# Creates an order
order = ipay.create_order(
payment_rule=0, total=20, shipping_price=0, shipping_type=1,
back_url="http://localhost/back", service_url="http://localhost/service",
redirect_url="http://localhost/redirect", address_required=False,

# Places the order
result = ipay.place_order(order, items)
print result
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