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Official Rave Python Wrapper By Flutterwave

Project description

Rave_Python

Introduction

This is a Python wrapper around the API for Rave by Flutterwave.

Payment types implemented:

  • Card Payments
  • Bank Account Payments
  • Ghana Mobile Money Payments
  • Mpesa Payments
  • Uganda Mobile Money Payments
  • Zambia Mobile Money Payments
  • Mobile Money Payments for Francophone countries
  • Subaccounts
  • Transfer
  • Subscription (Recurring Payments)
  • Payment Plan
  • USSD Payments (Still In Beta Mode)

Installation

To install, run

pip install rave_python

Note: This is currently under active development

Import Package

The base class for this package is 'Rave'. To use this class, add:

from rave_python import Rave

Initialization

To instantiate in sandbox:

To use Rave, instantiate the Rave class with your public key. We recommend that you store your secret key in an environment variable named, RAVE_SECRET_KEY. Instantiating your rave object is therefore as simple as:

rave = Rave("YOUR_PUBLIC_KEY")

To instantiate without environment variables (Sandbox):

If you choose not to store your secret key in an environment variable, we do provide a usingEnv flag which can be set to False, but please be warned, do not use this package without environment variables in production

rave = Rave("YOUR_PUBLIC_KEY", "YOUR_SECRET_KEY", usingEnv = False)

To instantiate in production:

To initialize in production, simply set the production flag to True. It is highly discouraged but if you choose to not use environment variables, you can do so in the same way mentioned above.

rave = Rave("YOUR_PUBLIC_KEY", production=True)

Rave Objects

This is the documentation for all of the components of rave_python

rave.Card

This is used to facilitate card transactions.

Functions included:

  • .charge

  • .validate

  • .verify

  • .getTypeOfArgsRequired

  • .updatePayload


.charge(payload)

This is called to start a card transaction. The payload should be a dictionary containing card information. It should have the parameters:

  • cardno,

  • cvv,

  • currency,

  • country,

  • expirymonth,

  • expiryyear,

  • amount,

  • email,

  • phonenumber,

  • firstname,

  • lastname,

  • IP

Optionally, you can add a custom transaction reference using the txRef parameter. Note that if you do not specify one, it would be automatically generated. We do provide a function for generating transaction references in the Misc library (add link).

A sample call is:

res = rave.Card.charge(payload)

Returns

This call returns a dictionary. A sample response is:

{'validationRequired': True, 'suggestedAuth': u'PIN', 'flwRef': None, 'authUrl': None, 'error': False, 'txRef': 'MC-1538095398058'}

This call raises an CardChargeError if there was a problem processing your transaction. The CardChargeError contains some information about your transaction. You can handle this as such:

try: 
    #Your charge call
except RaveExceptions.CardChargeError as e:
    print(e.err["errMsg"])
    print(e.err["flwRef"])

A sample e.err contains:

{'error': True, 'txRef': 'MC-1530897824739', 'flwRef': None, 'errMsg': 'Sorry, that card number is invalid, please check and try again'}


rave.Misc.updatePayload(authMethod, payload, arg)

Depending on the suggestedAuth from the charge call, you may need to update the payload with a pin or address. To know which type of authentication you would require, simply call rave.Card.getTypeOfArgsRequired(suggestedAuth). This returns either pin or address.

In the case of pin, you are required to call rave.Card.updatePayload(suggestedAuth, payload, pin="THE_CUSTOMER_PIN").

In the case of address, you are required to call rave.Card.updatePayload(suggestedAuth, payload, address={ THE_ADDRESS_DICTIONARY })

A typical address dictionary includes the following parameters:

billingzip,

billingcity,

billingaddress,

billingstate,

billingcountry

Note: suggestedAuth is the suggestedAuth returned from the initial charge call and payload is the original payload


.validate(txRef)

After a successful charge, most times you will be asked to verify with OTP. To check if this is required, check the validationRequired key in the res of the charge call.

To validate, you need to pass the flwRef from the res of the charge call as well as the OTP.

A sample validate call is:

res2 = rave.Card.validate(res["flwRef"], "12345")

Returns

This call returns a dictionary containing the txRef, flwRef among others if successful.

This call raises a TransactionValidationError if the OTP is not correct or there was a problem processing your request.

To handle this, write:

try:
    # Your charge call
except RaveExceptions.TransactionValidationError as e:
    print(e.err["errMsg"])
    print(e.err["flwRef"])

A sample e.err contains:

{'error': True, 'txRef': None, 'flwRef': 'FLW-MOCK-a7911408bd7f55f89f0211819d6fd370', 'errMsg': 'otp is required'}


.verify(txRef)

You can call this to check if your transaction was completed successfully. You have to pass the transaction reference generated at the point of charging. This is the txRef in the res parameter returned any of the calls (charge or validate).

A sample verify call is:

res = rave.Card.verify(data["txRef"])

Returns

This call returns a dict with txRef, flwRef and transactionComplete which indicates whether the transaction was completed successfully.

Sample {'flwRef': None, 'cardToken': u'flw-t1nf-5b0f12d565cd961f73c51370b1340f1f-m03k', 'chargedAmount': 100, 'amount': 100, 'transactionComplete': True, 'error': False, 'txRef': u'MC-1538095718251'}

Please note that after charging a card successfully on rave, if you wish to save the card for further charges, In your verify payment response you will find an object: "cardtoken": "flw-t0-f6f915f53a094671d98560272572993e-m03k". This is the token you will use for card tokenization. Details are provided below.

If your call could not be completed successfully, a TransactionVerificationError is raised.


.charge(payload_for_saved_card, chargeWithToken=True)

This is called to start a card transaction with a card that has been saved. The payload should be a dictionary containing card information. It should have the parameters:

  • token,

  • country,

  • amount,

  • email,

  • firstname,

  • lastname,

  • IP,

  • txRef,

  • currency

NB: email must be the same as before the card was saved

Optionally, you can add a custom transaction reference using the txRef parameter. Note that if you do not specify one, it would be automatically generated. We do provide a function for generating transaction references in the Misc library (add link).

A sample call is:

res = rave.Card.charge(payload_for_saved_card, chargeWithToken=True)

Returns

This call returns a dictionary. A sample response is:

{'status': u'success', 'validationRequired': False, 'suggestedAuth': None, 'flwRef': u'FLW-M03K-cdb24d740fb18c242dd277fb1f74d399', 'authUrl': None, 'error': False, 'txRef': 'MC-7666-YU'}

This call raises a CardChargeError if a wrong token or email is passed or if there was a problem processing your transaction. The CardChargeError contains some information about your transaction. You can handle this as such:

try: 
   #Your charge call
except RaveExceptions.CardChargeError as e:
   print(e.err["errMsg"])
   print(e.err["flwRef"])

This call also raises an IncompletePaymentDetailsError if any of the required parameters are missing. The IncompletePaymentDetailsError contains information about which parameter was not included in the payload. You can handle this such as:

try:
    #Your charge call
except RaveExceptions.IncompletePaymentDetailsError as e:
    print(e.err["errMsg"])

Once this is done, call rave.Card.verify passing in the txRef returned in the response to verify the payment. Sample response:

{'flwRef': None, 'cardToken': u'flw-t1nf-5b0f12d565cd961f73c51370b1340f1f-m03k', 'chargedAmount': 1000, 'amount': 1000, 'transactionComplete': True, 'error': False, 'txRef': 'MC-7666-YU'}

rave.Card.verify raises a TransactionVerificationError if an invalid ```txRef`` is supplied. You can handle this as such:

try: 
   #Your charge call
except RaveExceptions.CardChargeError as e:
   print(e.err["errMsg"])
   print(e.err["flwRef"])

NB: when charging saved cards, you do not need to call rave.card.Validate()

Complete card charge flow


from rave_python import Rave
rave = Rave("YOUR_PUBLIC_KEY", "YOUR_SECRET_KEY", usingEnv = False)

# Payload with pin
payload = {
  "cardno": "5438898014560229",
  "cvv": "890",
  "expirymonth": "09",
  "expiryyear": "19",
  "amount": "10",
  "email": "user@gmail.com",
  "phonenumber": "0902620185",
  "firstname": "temi",
  "lastname": "desola",
  "IP": "355426087298442",
}

try:
    res = rave.Card.charge(payload)

    if res["suggestedAuth"]:
        arg = Misc.getTypeOfArgsRequired(res["suggestedAuth"])

        if arg == "pin":
            Misc.updatePayload(res["suggestedAuth"], payload, pin="3310")
        if arg == "address":
            Misc.updatePayload(res["suggestedAuth"], payload, address= {"billingzip": "07205", "billingcity": "Hillside", "billingaddress": "470 Mundet PI", "billingstate": "NJ", "billingcountry": "US"})

        res = rave.Card.charge(payload)

    if res["validationRequired"]:
        rave.Card.validate(res["flwRef"], "")

    res = rave.Card.verify(res["txRef"])
    print(res["transactionComplete"])

except RaveExceptions.CardChargeError as e:
    print(e.err["errMsg"])
    print(e.err["flwRef"])

except RaveExceptions.TransactionValidationError as e:
    print(e.err)
    print(e.err["flwRef"])

except RaveExceptions.TransactionVerificationError as e:
    print(e.err["errMsg"])
    print(e.err["txRef"])



rave.Account

This is used to facilitate account transactions.

Functions included:

  • .charge

  • .validate

  • .verify


.charge(payload)

This is called to start an account transaction. The payload should be a dictionary containing card information. It should have the parameters:

  • accountbank,

  • accountnumber,

  • amount,

  • email,

  • phonenumber,

  • IP

Optionally, you can add a custom transaction reference using the txRef parameter. Note that if you do not specify one, it would be automatically generated. We do provide a function for generating transaction references in the Misc library (add link).

A sample call is:

res = rave.Account.charge(payload)

Returns

This call returns a dictionary. A sample response is:

{'error': False, 'validationRequired': True, 'txRef': 'MC-1530899106006', 'flwRef': 'ACHG-1530899109682', 'authUrl': None}

This call raises an AccountChargeError if there was a problem processing your transaction. The AccountChargeError contains some information about your transaction. You can handle this as such:

try: 
    #Your charge call
except RaveExceptions.AccountChargeError as e:
    print(e.err["errMsg"])
    print(e.err["flwRef"])

A sample e.err contains:

{'error': True, 'txRef': 'MC-1530897824739', 'flwRef': None, 'errMsg': 'Sorry, that account number is invalid, please check and try again'}


.validate(txRef)

After a successful charge, most times you will be asked to verify with OTP. To check if this is required, check the validationRequired key in the res of the charge call.

In the case that an authUrl is returned from your charge call, you may skip the validation step and simply pass your authUrl to the end-user.

authUrl = res['authUrl']

To validate, you need to pass the flwRef from the res of the charge call as well as the OTP.

A sample validate call is:

res2 = rave.Account.validate(res["flwRef"], "12345")

Returns

This call returns a dictionary containing the txRef, flwRef among others if successful.

This call raises a TransactionValidationError if the OTP is not correct or there was a problem processing your request.

To handle this, write:

try:
    # Your charge call
except RaveExceptions.TransactionValidationError as e:
    print(e.err["errMsg"])
    print(e.err["flwRef"])

A sample e.err contains:

{'error': True, 'txRef': 'MC-1530899869968', 'flwRef': 'ACHG-1530899873118', 'errMsg': 'Pending OTP validation'}


.verify(txRef)

You can call this to check if your transaction was completed successfully. You have to pass the transaction reference generated at the point of charging. This is the txRef in the res parameter returned any of the calls (charge or validate).

A sample verify call is:

res = rave.Account.verify(data["txRef"])

Returns

This call returns a dict with txRef, flwRef and transactionComplete which indicates whether the transaction was completed successfully.

Sample

{'status': u'success', 'vbvcode': u'N/A', 'chargedamount': 500, 'vbvmessage': u'N/A', 'error': False, 'flwRef': u'ACHG-1538093023787', 'currency': u'NGN', 'amount': 500, 'transactionComplete': True, 'acctmessage': u'Approved Or Completed Successfully', 'chargecode': u'00', 'txRef': u'MC-1538093008498'}

If your call could not be completed successfully or if a wrong txRef is passed, a TransactionVerificationError is raised. You can handle that as such

try: 
    #Your charge call
except RaveExceptions.TransactionVerificationError as e:
    print(e.err["errMsg"])
    print(e.err["flwRef"])

Complete account flow

from rave_python import Rave, RaveExceptions, Misc
rave = Rave("ENTER_YOUR_PUBLIC_KEY", "ENTER_YOUR_SECRET_KEY", usingEnv = False)
# account payload
payload = {
  "accountbank": "044",  # get the bank code from the bank list endpoint.
  "accountnumber": "0690000031",
  "currency": "NGN",
  "country": "NG",
  "amount": "100",
  "email": "test@test.com",
  "phonenumber": "0902620185",
  "IP": "355426087298442",
}

try:
    res = rave.Account.charge(payload)
    if res["authUrl"]:
        print(res["authUrl"])

    elif res["validationRequired"]:
        rave.Account.validate(res["flwRef"], "12345")

    res = rave.Account.verify(res["txRef"])
    print(res)

except RaveExceptions.AccountChargeError as e:
    print(e.err)
    print(e.err["flwRef"])

except RaveExceptions.TransactionValidationError as e:
    print(e.err)
    print(e.err["flwRef"])

except RaveExceptions.TransactionVerificationError as e:
    print(e.err["errMsg"])
    print(e.err["txRef"])




rave.GhMobile

This is used to facilitate Ghanaian mobile money transactions.

Functions included:

  • .charge

  • .verify


.charge(payload)

This is called to start an Ghana mobile money transaction. The payload should be a dictionary containing account information. It should have the parameters:

  • amount,

  • email,

  • phonenumber,

  • network,

  • IP,

  • redirect_url

Optionally, you can add a custom transaction reference using the txRef parameter. Note that if you do not specify one, it would be automatically generated. We do provide a function for generating transaction references in the Misc library (add link).

A sample call is:

res = rave.GhMobile.charge(payload)

Returns

This call returns a dictionary. A sample response is:

{'error': False, 'validationRequired': True, 'txRef': 'MC-1530910216380', 'flwRef': 'N/A'}

This call raises an TransactionChargeError if there was a problem processing your transaction. The TransactionChargeError contains some information about your transaction. You can handle this as such:

try: 
    #Your charge call
except RaveExceptions.TransactionChargeError as e:
    print(e.err["errMsg"])
    print(e.err["flwRef"])

A sample e.err contains:

{'error': True, 'txRef': 'MC-1530911537060', 'flwRef': None, 'errMsg': None}


.verify(txRef)

You can call this to check if your transaction was completed successfully. You have to pass the transaction reference generated at the point of charging. This is the txRef in the res parameter returned any of the calls (charge or validate).

A sample verify call is:

res = rave.GhMobile.verify(data["txRef"])

Returns

This call returns a dict with txRef, flwRef and transactionComplete which indicates whether the transaction was completed successfully.

If your call could not be completed successfully, a TransactionVerificationError is raised.


Complete GhMobile charge flow

from rave_python import Rave, RaveExceptions, Misc
rave = Rave("ENTER_YOUR_PUBLIC_KEY", "ENTER_YOUR_SECRET_KEY", usingEnv = False)

# mobile payload
payload = {
  "amount": "50",
  "email": "",
  "phonenumber": "054709929220",
  "network": "MTN",
  "redirect_url": "https://rave-webhook.herokuapp.com/receivepayment",
  "IP":""
}

try:
  res = rave.GhMobile.charge(payload)
  res = rave.GhMobile.verify(res["txRef"])
  print(res)

except RaveExceptions.TransactionChargeError as e:
  print(e.err)
  print(e.err["flwRef"])

except RaveExceptions.TransactionVerificationError as e:
  print(e.err["errMsg"])
  print(e.err["txRef"])




rave.Mpesa

This is used to facilitate Mpesa transactions.

Functions included:

  • .charge

  • .verify


.charge(payload)

This is called to start an Mpesa transaction. The payload should be a dictionary containing account information. It should have the parameters:

  • account,

  • email,

  • phonenumber,

  • IP

Optionally, you can add a custom transaction reference using the txRef parameter. Note that if you do not specify one, it would be automatically generated. We do provide a function for generating transaction references in the Misc library (add link).

A sample call is:

res = rave.Mpesa.charge(payload)

Returns

This call returns a dictionary. A sample response is:

{'error': False, 'validationRequired': True, 'txRef': 'MC-1530910216380', 'flwRef': 'N/A'}

This call raises an TransactionChargeError if there was a problem processing your transaction. The TransactionChargeError contains some information about your transaction. You can handle this as such:

try: 
    #Your charge call
except RaveExceptions.TransactionChargeError as e:
    print(e.err["errMsg"])
    print(e.err["flwRef"])

A sample e.err contains:

{'error': True, 'txRef': 'MC-1530910109929', 'flwRef': None, 'errMsg': 'email is required'}


.verify(txRef)

You can call this to check if your transaction was completed successfully. You have to pass the transaction reference generated at the point of charging. This is the txRef in the res parameter returned any of the calls (charge or validate).

A sample verify call is:

res = rave.Mpesa.verify(data["txRef"])

Returns

This call returns a dict with txRef, flwRef and transactionComplete which indicates whether the transaction was completed successfully.

If your call could not be completed successfully, a TransactionVerificationError is raised.


Complete Mpesa charge flow

from rave_python import Rave, RaveExceptions, Misc
rave = Rave("ENTIRE_YOUR_PUBLIC_KEY", "ENTIRE_YOUR_SECRET_KEY", usingEnv = False)

# mobile payload
payload = {
    "amount": "100",
    "phonenumber": "0926420185",
    "email": "user@exampe.com",
    "IP": "40.14.290",
    "narration": "funds payment",
}

try:
    res = rave.Mpesa.charge(payload)
    res = rave.Mpesa.verify(res["txRef"])
    print(res)

except RaveExceptions.TransactionChargeError as e:
    print(e.err["errMsg"])
    print(e.err["flwRef"])

except RaveExceptions.TransactionVerificationError as e:
    print(e.err["errMsg"])
    print(e.err["txRef"])




rave.UGMobile

This is used to facilitate Uganda mobile money transactions.

Functions included:

  • .charge

  • .verify


.charge(payload)

This is called to start a Ugandan mobile money transaction. The payload should be a dictionary containing account information. It should have the parameters:

  • amount,

  • email,

  • phonenumber,

  • IP,

  • redirect_url

Optionally, you can add a custom transaction reference using the txRef parameter. Note that if you do not specify one, it would be automatically generated. We do provide a function for generating transaction references in the Misc library (add link).

A sample call is:

res = rave.UGMobile.charge(payload)

Returns

This call returns a dictionary. A sample response is:

{'error': False, 'status': 'success', 'validationRequired': True, 'txRef': 'MC-1544013787279', 'flwRef': 'flwm3s4m0c1544013788481'}

This call raises an TransactionChargeError if there was a problem processing your transaction. The TransactionChargeError contains some information about your transaction. You can handle this as such:

try: 
    #Your charge call
except RaveExceptions.TransactionChargeError as e:
    print(e.err["errMsg"])
    print(e.err["flwRef"])

A sample e.err contains:

{'error': True, 'txRef': 'MC-1530911537060', 'flwRef': None, 'errMsg': None}


.verify(txRef)

You can call this to check if your transaction was completed successfully. You have to pass the transaction reference generated at the point of charging. This is the txRef in the res parameter returned any of the calls (charge or validate).

A sample verify call is:

res = rave.UGMobile.verify(data["txRef"])

Returns

This call returns a dict with txRef, flwRef and transactionComplete which indicates whether the transaction was completed successfully.

If your call could not be completed successfully, a TransactionVerificationError is raised.


Complete UGMobile charge flow

from rave_python import Rave, RaveExceptions, Misc
rave = Rave("ENTER_YOUR_PUBLIC_KEY", "ENTER_YOUR_SECRET_KEY", usingEnv = False)

# mobile payload
payload = {
  "amount": "50",
  "email": "",
  "phonenumber": "xxxxxxxx",
  "redirect_url": "https://rave-webhook.herokuapp.com/receivepayment",
  "IP":""
}

try:
  res = rave.UGMobile.charge(payload)
  res = rave.UGMobile.verify(res["txRef"])
  print(res)

except RaveExceptions.TransactionChargeError as e:
  print(e.err)
  print(e.err["flwRef"])

except RaveExceptions.TransactionVerificationError as e:
  print(e.err["errMsg"])
  print(e.err["txRef"])




rave.ZBMobile

This is used to facilitate Zambian mobile money transactions.

Functions included:

  • .charge

  • .verify


.charge(payload)

This is called to start an Zambian mobile money transaction. The payload should be a dictionary containing account information. It should have the parameters:

  • amount,

  • email,

  • phonenumber,

  • IP,

  • redirect_url

Optionally, you can add a custom transaction reference using the txRef parameter. Note that if you do not specify one, it would be automatically generated. We do provide a function for generating transaction references in the Misc library (add link).

A sample call is:

res = rave.ZBMobile.charge(payload)

Returns

This call returns a dictionary. A sample response is:

{'error': False, 'status': 'success', 'validationRequired': True, 'txRef': 'MC-1544013787279', 'flwRef': 'flwm3s4m0c1544013788481'}

This call raises an TransactionChargeError if there was a problem processing your transaction. The TransactionChargeError contains some information about your transaction. You can handle this as such:

try: 
    #Your charge call
except RaveExceptions.TransactionChargeError as e:
    print(e.err["errMsg"])
    print(e.err["flwRef"])

A sample e.err contains:

{'error': True, 'txRef': 'MC-1530911537060', 'flwRef': None, 'errMsg': None}


.verify(txRef)

You can call this to check if your transaction was completed successfully. You have to pass the transaction reference generated at the point of charging. This is the txRef in the res parameter returned any of the calls (charge or validate).

A sample verify call is:

res = rave.ZBMobile.verify(data["txRef"])

Returns

This call returns a dict with txRef, flwRef and transactionComplete which indicates whether the transaction was completed successfully.

If your call could not be completed successfully, a TransactionVerificationError is raised.


Complete ZBMobile charge flow

from rave_python import Rave, RaveExceptions, Misc
rave = Rave("ENTER_YOUR_PUBLIC_KEY", "ENTER_YOUR_SECRET_KEY", usingEnv = False)

# mobile payload
payload = {
  "amount": "50",
  "email": "",
  "phonenumber": "xxxxxxxx",
  "redirect_url": "https://rave-webhook.herokuapp.com/receivepayment",
  "IP":""
}

try:
  res = rave.ZBMobile.charge(payload)
  res = rave.ZBMobile.verify(res["txRef"])
  print(res)

except RaveExceptions.TransactionChargeError as e:
  print(e.err)
  print(e.err["flwRef"])

except RaveExceptions.TransactionVerificationError as e:
  print(e.err["errMsg"])
  print(e.err["txRef"])




rave.Francophone

This is used to facilitate mobile money transactions in Ivory Coast, Senegal and Mali.

Functions included:

  • .charge

  • .verify


.charge(payload)

This is called to start a francophone mobile money transaction. The payload should be a dictionary containing account information. It should have the parameters:

  • amount,

  • email,

  • phonenumber,

  • IP,

  • redirect_url

Optionally, you can add a custom transaction reference using the txRef parameter. Note that if you do not specify one, it would be automatically generated. We do provide a function for generating transaction references in the Misc library (add link).

A sample call is:

res = rave.Francophone.charge(payload)

Returns

This call returns a dictionary. A sample response is:

{'error': False, 'validationRequired': True, 'txRef': 'MC-1566482674756', 'flwRef': None, 'suggestedAuth': None, 'redirectUrl': 'https://flutterwaveprodv2.com/flwcinetpay/paymentServlet?reference=FLW186321566482674310'}

The call returns redirect Url 'redirectUrl':'https://redirecturl.com' for the authentication of the transaction. It raises an TransactionChargeError if there was a problem processing your transaction. The TransactionChargeError contains some information about your transaction. You can handle this as such:

try: 
    #Your charge call
except RaveExceptions.TransactionChargeError as e:
    print(e.err["errMsg"])
    print(e.err["flwRef"])

A sample e.err contains:

{'error': True, 'txRef': 'MC-1530911537060', 'flwRef': None, 'errMsg': None}


.verify(txRef)

You can call this to check if your transaction was completed successfully. You have to pass the transaction reference generated at the point of charging. This is the txRef in the res parameter returned any of the calls (charge or validate).

A sample verify call is:

res = rave.Francophone.verify(data["txRef"])

Returns

This call returns a dict with txRef, flwRef and transactionComplete which indicates whether the transaction was completed successfully.

If your call could not be completed successfully, a TransactionVerificationError is raised.


Complete Francophone mobile money charge flow

from rave_python import Rave, RaveExceptions, Misc
rave = Rave("ENTER_YOUR_PUBLIC_KEY", "ENTER_YOUR_SECRET_KEY", usingEnv = False)

# mobile payload
payload = {
  "amount": "50",
  "email": "",
  "phonenumber": "054709929220",
  "redirect_url": "https://rave-webhook.herokuapp.com/receivepayment",
  "IP":""
}

try:
  res = rave.Francophone.charge(payload)
  print(res)
  res = rave.Francophone.verify(res["txRef"])
  print(res)

except RaveExceptions.TransactionChargeError as e:
  print(e.err)
  print(e.err["flwRef"])

except RaveExceptions.TransactionVerificationError as e:
  print(e.err["errMsg"])
  print(e.err["txRef"])




rave.Preauth

This is used to facilitate preauthorized card transactions. This inherits the Card class so any task you can do on Card, you can do with preauth.

Functions included:

  • .charge

  • .capture

  • .validate

  • .verify

  • .refund

  • .void


** In order to preauthorize a card, you must have: 1. charged the card initially using rave.Card.charge(payload) 2. saved the token returned to you for that card. A token looks like this flw-t1nf-5b0f12d565cd961f73c51370b1340f1f-m03k **

.charge(cardDetails, chargeWithToken=True, hasFailed=False)

This is used to preauthorise a specific amount to be paid by a customer.

Note: > it takes the same parameters as Card charge. However, the cardDetails object differs. See below for an example

Once preauthorised successfully, you can then capture that held amount at a later time or date

A sample charge call is:

payload = {
    "token":"flw-t1nf-5b0f12d565cd961f73c51370b1340f1f-m03k",
    "country":"NG",
    "amount":1000,
    "email":"user@gmail.com",
    "firstname":"temi",
    "lastname":"Oyekole",
    "IP":"190.233.222.1",
    "txRef":"MC-7666-YU",
    "currency":"NGN"
rave.Preauth.charge(payload)

Returns

This call returns a dictionary. A sample response is:

{'error': False, 'status': 'success', 'validationRequired': False, 'txRef': 'MC-7666-YU', 'flwRef': 'FLW-PREAUTH-M03K-7d01799093ee2db9d8136cf042dc8c37', 'suggestedAuth': None, 'authUrl': None}

This call raises an TransactionChargeError if there was a problem processing your transaction. The TransactionChargeError contains some information about your transaction. You can handle this as such:

try: 
    #Your charge call
except RaveExceptions.TransactionChargeError as e:
    print(e.err["errMsg"])
    print(e.err["flwRef"])

.capture(flwRef)

This is used to capture the funds held in the account. Similar to the validate call, it requires you to pass the flwRef of the transaction.

Please NOTE that the flwRef must be gotten from the response of the initial charge i.e after calling rave.Preauth.charge(payload)

A sample capture call is:

rave.Preauth.capture(data["flwRef"])

Returns

This call returns a dictionary. A sample response is:

{'error': False, 'status': 'success', 'message': 'Capture complete', 'validationRequired': False, 'txRef': 'MC-7666-YU', 'flwRef': 'FLW-PREAUTH-M03K-0bce8fe1c3561e17e026ddfbbea37fdb'}

This call raises an PreauthCaptureError if there was a problem processing your transaction. The PreauthCaptureError contains some information about your transaction. You can handle this as such:

try: 
    #Your charge call
except RaveExceptions.PreauthCaptureError as e:
    print(e.err["errMsg"])
    print(e.err["flwRef"])

.void(flwRef)

This is used to void a preauth transaction. Similar to the validate call, it requires you to pass the flwRef.

Please NOTE that the flwRef must be gotten from the response of the initial charge i.e after calling rave.Preauth.charge(payload)

A sample void call is:

rave.Preauth.void(data["flwRef"])


.refund(flwRef)

This is used to refund a preauth transaction. Similar to the validate call, it requires you to pass the flwRef.

Please NOTE that the flwRef must be gotten from the response of the initial charge i.e after calling rave.Preauth.charge(payload)

A sample void call is:

rave.Preauth.refund(data["flwRef"])

.verify(txRef)

See rave.Card.verify above

Returns

This call returns a dictionary. A sample response is:

{'error': False, 'transactionComplete': True, 'txRef': 'MC-7666-YU', 'flwRef': None, 'amount': 1000, 'chargedAmount': 1000, 'cardToken': 'flw-t1nf-5b0f12d565cd961f73c51370b1340f1f-m03k'}

This call raises an TransactionVerificationError if there was a problem processing your transaction. The TransactionVerificationError contains some information about your transaction. You can handle this as such:

try: 
    #Your charge call
except RaveExceptions.TransactionVerificationError as e:
    print(e.err["errMsg"])
    print(e.err["flwRef"])

Complete preauth charge flow

from rave_python import Rave, Misc, RaveExceptions
rave = Rave("ENTER_YOUR_PUBLIC_KEY", "ENTER_YOUR_SECRET_KEY", usingEnv = False)

# Payload with pin
payload = {
    "token":"flw-t1nf-5b0f12d565cd961f73c51370b1340f1f-m03k",
    "country":"NG",
    "amount":1000,
    "email":"user@gmail.com",
    "firstname":"temi",
    "lastname":"Oyekole",
    "IP":"190.233.222.1",
    "txRef":"MC-7666-YU",
    "currency":"NGN",
}

try:
    res = rave.Preauth.charge(payload)
    res = rave.Preauth.capture(res["flwRef"])
    res = rave.Preauth.verify(res["txRef"])
    print(res)

except RaveExceptions.TransactionChargeError as e:
    print(e)
    print(e.err["errMsg"])
    print(e.err["flwRef"])

except RaveExceptions.PreauthCaptureError as e:
    print(e.err["errMsg"])
    print(e.err["flwRef"])

except RaveExceptions.TransactionVerificationError as e:
    print(e.err["errMsg"])
    print(e.err["txRef"])



## ```rave.SubAccount```

This is used to initiate and manage payouts

Functions included:

  • .createSubaccount

  • .allSubaccounts

  • .fetchSubaccounts


.createSubaccount(accountDetails)

This allows you to create a subaccount plan. It requires a dict accountDetails containing account_bank, account_number, business_name, business_email, business_contact, business_contact_mobile, business_mobile.

account_bank: This is the sub-accounts bank ISO code, use the List of Banks for Transfer endpoint to retrieve a list of bank codes.

account_number: This is the customer's account number

business_name: This is the sub-account business name.

business_email: This is the sub-account business email.

business_contact: This is the contact person for the sub-account e.g. Richard Hendrix

business_contact_mobile: Business contact number.

business_mobile: Primary business contact number.

split_type: This can be set as percentage or flat when set as percentage it means you want to take a percentage fee on all transactions, and vice versa for flat this means you want to take a flat fee on every transaction.

split_value: This can be a percentage value or flat value depending on what was set on split_type

More information can be found here

A sample createsubAccount call is:

 res = rave.SubAccount.createSubaccount({
	"account_bank": "044",
	"account_number": "0690000031",
	"business_name": "Jake Stores",
	"business_email": "kwakj@services.com",
	"business_contact": "Amy Parkers",
	"business_contact_mobile": "09083772",
	"business_mobile": "0188883882",
    "split_type": "flat",
    "split_value": 3000
	"meta": [{"metaname": "MarketplaceID", "metavalue": "ggs-920900"}]
})

Returns

This call returns a dictionary. A sample response is:

{'error': False, 'id': 114, 'data': {'id': 114, 'account_number': '0690000032', 'account_bank': '044', 'business_name': 'Jake Stores', 'fullname': 'Pastor Bright', 'date_created': '2018-10-09T10:43:02.000Z', 'meta': [{'metaname': 'MarketplaceID', 'metavalue': 'ggs-920900'}], 'split_ratio': 1, 'split_type': 'flat', 'split_value': 3000, 'subaccount_id': 'RS_8279B1518A139DD3238328747F322418', 'bank_name': 'ACCESS BANK NIGERIA'}}

This call raises an .SubaccountCreationError if there was a problem processing your transaction. The .SubaccountCreationError contains some information about your transaction. You can handle this as such:

try: 
    #Your charge call
except RaveExceptions..SubaccountCreationError as e:
    print(e.err["errMsg"])
    print(e.err["flwRef"])

.allSubaccounts()

This allows you retrieve all subaccounts

A sample allSubaccounts call is:

res2 = rave.SubAccount.allSubaccounts()

Returns

This call returns a dictionary. A sample response is:

{'error': False, 'returnedData': {'status': 'success', 'message': 'SUBACCOUNTS', 'data': {'page_info': {'total': 3, 'current_page': 1, 'total_pages': 1}, 'subaccounts': [{'id': 114, 'account_number': '0690000032', 'account_bank': '044', 'business_name': 'Jake Stores', 'fullname': 'Pastor Bright', 'date_created': '2018-10-09T10:43:02.000Z', 'meta': [{'metaname': 'MarketplaceID', 'metavalue': 'ggs-920900'}], 'split_ratio': 1, 'split_type': 'flat', 'split_value': 3000, 'subaccount_id': 'RS_8279B1518A139DD3238328747F322418', 'bank_name': 'ACCESS BANK NIGERIA'}, {'id': 107, 'account_number': '0690000031', 'account_bank': '044', 'business_name': 'Jake Stores', 'fullname': 'Forrest Green', 'date_created': '2018-10-05T18:30:09.000Z', 'meta': [{'metaname': 'MarketplaceID', 'metavalue': 'ggs-920900'}], 'split_ratio': 1, 'split_type': 'flat', 'split_value': 100, 'subaccount_id': 'RS_41FFE616A1FA7EA56C85E57F593056F7', 'bank_name': 'ACCESS BANK NIGERIA'}]}}}

This call raises an PlanStatusError if there was a problem processing your transaction. The PlanStatusError contains some information about your transaction. You can handle this as such:

try: 
    #Your charge call
except RaveExceptions.PlanStatusError as e:
    print(e.err["errMsg"])
    print(e.err["flwRef"])

.fetchSubaccount(subaccount_id)

This allows you fetch a subaccount. You may or may not pass in a subaccount_id. If you do not pass in a subaccount_id all subacocunts will be returned.

subaccount_id: This is the payment plan ID. It can be gotten from the response returned from creating a plan or from the Rave Dashboard

A sample fetchSubaccount call is:

res2 = rave.SubAccount.fetchSubaccount(900)

Returns

This call returns a dictionary. A sample response is:

{'error': False, 'returnedData': {'status': 'success', 'message': 'SUBACCOUNT', 'data': {'id': 106, 'account_number': '0690000035', 'account_bank': '044', 'business_name': 'JK Services', 'fullname': 'Peter Crouch', 'date_created': '2018-10-05T18:24:21.000Z', 'meta': [{'metaname': 'MarketplaceID', 'metavalue': 'ggs-920900'}], 'split_ratio': 1, 'split_type': 'flat', 'split_value': 100, 'subaccount_id': 'RS_0A6C260E1A70934DE6EF2F8CEE46BBB3', 'bank_name': 'ACCESS BANK NIGERIA'}}}

This call raises an PlanStatusError if there was a problem processing your transaction. The PlanStatusError contains some information about your transaction. You can handle this as such:

try: 
    #Your charge call
except RaveExceptions.PlanStatusError as e:
    print(e.err["errMsg"])
    print(e.err["flwRef"])

Complete SubAccount flow

from rave_python import Rave, Misc, RaveExceptions
rave = Rave("YOUR_PUBLIC_KEY", "YOUR_PRIVATE_KEY", usingEnv = False)
try:

    res = rave.SubAccount.createSubaccount({
	"account_bank": "044",
	"account_number": "0690000032",
	"business_name": "Jake Stores",
	"business_email": "jdhhd@services.com",
	"business_contact": "Amy Parkers",
	"business_contact_mobile": "09083772",
	"business_mobile": "0188883882",
    "split_type": "flat",
    "split_value": 3000,
	"meta": [{"metaname": "MarketplaceID", "metavalue": "ggs-920900"}]
    })
    res = rave.SubAccount.fetchSubaccount('RS_0A6C260E1A70934DE6EF2F8CEE46BBB3')
    print(res)

except RaveExceptions.IncompletePaymentDetailsError as e:
    print(e)

except RaveExceptions.PlanStatusError as e:
    print(e.err)

except RaveExceptions.ServerError as e:
    print(e.err)


rave.Transfer

This is used to initiate and manage payouts

Functions included:

  • .initiate

  • .bulk

  • .fetch

  • .allTransfers

  • .getFee

  • .getBalance


.initiate(transferDetails)

This initiates a transfer to a customer's account. When a transfer is initiated, it comes with a status NEW this means the transfer has been queued for processing.

Please note that you must pass beneficiary_name as part of the initiate call. Else an error will be thrown.

Also if you are doing international transfers, you must pass a meta parameter as part of your payload as shown below:

"meta": [
    {
      "AccountNumber": "09182972BH",
      "RoutingNumber": "0000000002993",
      "SwiftCode": "ABJG190",
      "BankName": "BANK OF AMERICA, N.A., SAN FRANCISCO, CA",
      "BeneficiaryName": "Mark Cuban",
      "BeneficiaryAddress": "San Francisco, 4 Newton",
      "BeneficiaryCountry": "US"
    }
]

A sample initiate call is:

res = rave.Transfer.initiate({
    "account_bank": "044",
    "account_number": "0690000044",
    "amount": 500,
    "narration": "New transfer",
    "currency": "NGN",
    "beneficiary_name": "Kwame Adew"
    })
print(res)

Returns

This call returns a dictionary. A sample response is:

{'error': False, 'id': 2671, 'data': {'id': 2671, 'account_number': '0690000044', 'bank_code': '044', 'fullname': 'Mercedes Daniel', 'date_created': '2018-10-09T08:37:20.000Z', 'currency': 'NGN', 'amount': 500, 'fee': 45, 'status': 'NEW', 'reference': 'MC-1539074239367', 'meta': None, 'narration': 'New transfer', 'complete_message': '', 'requires_approval': 0, 'is_approved': 1, 'bank_name': 'ACCESS BANK NIGERIA'}} 

This call raises an IncompletePaymentDetailsError if there was a problem processing your transaction. The IncompletePaymentDetailsError contains some information about your transaction. You can handle this as such:

try: 
    #Your charge call
except RaveExceptions.IncompletePaymentDetailsError as e:
    print(e.err["errMsg"])
    print(e.err["flwRef"])

.bulk(bulkDetails)

This initiates a bulk transfer to the customers specified in the bulkDetails object. When a transfer is initiated, it comes with a status NEW this means the transfer has been queued for processing.

A sample bulk call is:

res2 = rave.Transfer.bulk({
    "title":"May Staff Salary",
    "bulk_data":[
        {
            "Ban":"044",
            "Account Number": "0690000032",
            "Amount":500,
            "Currency":"NGN",
            "Narration":"Bulk transfer 1",
            "reference": "mk-82973029"
        },
        {
            "Bank":"044",
            "Account Number": "0690000034",
            "Amount":500,
            "Currency":"NGN",
            "Narration":"Bulk transfer 2",
            "reference": "mk-283874750"
        }
    ]
})

Returns

This call returns a dictionary. A sample response is:

{'error': False, 'status': 'success', 'message': 'BULK-TRANSFER-CREATED', 'id': 499, 'data': {'id': 499, 'date_created': '2018-10-09T09:13:54.000Z', 'approver': 'N/A'}}

This call raises an InitiateTransferError if there was a problem processing your transaction. The InitiateTransferError contains some information about your transaction. You can handle this as such:

try: 
    #Your charge call
except RaveExceptions.InitiateTransferError as e:
    print(e.err["errMsg"])
    print(e.err["flwRef"])

.fetch(reference=None)

This allows you retrieve a single transfer. You may or may not pass in a reference. If you do not pass in a reference, all transfers that have been processed will be returned.

A sample fetch call is:

res2 = rave.Transfer.fetch("mk-82973029")

Returns

This call returns a dictionary. A sample response is:

{'error': False, 'returnedData': {'status': 'success', 'message': 'QUERIED-TRANSFERS', 'data': {'page_info': {'total': 0, 'current_page': 0, 'total_pages': 0}, 'transfers': []}}}

This call raises an TransferFetchError if there was a problem processing your transaction. The TransferFetchError contains some information about your transaction. You can handle this as such:

try: 
    #Your charge call
except RaveExceptions.TransferFetchError as e:
    print(e.err["errMsg"])
    print(e.err["flwRef"])

.allTransfers()

This allows you retrieve all transfers.

A sample allTransfers call is:

res2 = rave.Transfer.allTransfers("")

Returns

This call returns a dictionary. A sample response is:

{'error': False, 'returnedData': {'status': 'success', 'message': 'QUERIED-TRANSFERS', 'data': {'page_info': {'total': 19, 'current_page': 1, 'total_pages': 2}, 'transfers': [{'id': 2676, 'account_number': '0690000044', 'bank_code': '044', 'fullname': 'Mercedes Daniel', 'date_created': '2018-10-09T09:37:12.000Z', 'currency': 'NGN', 'debit_currency': None, 'amount': 500, 'fee': 45, 'status': 'PENDING', 'reference': 'MC-1539077832148', 'meta': None, 'narration': 'New transfer', 'approver': None, 'complete_message': '', 'requires_approval': 0, 'is_approved': 1, 'bank_name': 'ACCESS BANK NIGERIA'}, {'id': 2673, 'account_number': '0690000044', 'bank_code': '044', 'fullname': 'Mercedes Daniel', 'date_created': '2018-10-09T09:31:37.000Z', 'currency': 'NGN', 'debit_currency': None, 'amount': 500, 'fee': 45, 'status': 'FAILED', 'reference': 'MC-1539077498173', 'meta': None, 'narration': 'New transfer', 'approver': None, 'complete_message': 'DISBURSE FAILED: Insufficient funds', 'requires_approval': 0, 'is_approved': 1, 'bank_name': 'ACCESS BANK NIGERIA'}, {'id': 2672, 'account_number': '0690000034', 'bank_code': '044', 'fullname': 'Ade Bond', 'date_created': '2018-10-09T09:13:56.000Z', 'currency': 'NGN', 'debit_currency': None, 'amount': 500, 'fee': 45, 'status': 'FAILED', 'reference': None, 'meta': None, 'narration': 'Bulk transfer 2', 'approver': None, 'complete_message': 'DISBURSE FAILED: Insufficient funds', 'requires_approval': 0, 'is_approved': 1, 'bank_name': 'ACCESS BANK NIGERIA'}]}}}

This call raises an TransferFetchError if there was a problem processing your transaction. The TransferFetchError contains some information about your transaction. You can handle this as such:

try: 
    #Your charge call
except RaveExceptions.TransferFetchError as e:
    print(e.err["errMsg"])
    print(e.err["flwRef"])

.getFee(currency)

This allows you get transfer rates for all Rave supported currencies. You may or may not pass in a currency. If you do not pass in a currency, all Rave supported currencies transfer rates will be returned.

A sample getFee call is:

res2 = rave.Transfer.getFee("EUR")

Returns

This call returns a dictionary. A sample response is:

{'error': False, 'returnedData': {'status': 'success', 'message': 'TRANSFER-FEES', 'data': [{'id': 6, 'fee_type': 'value', 'currency': 'EUR', 'fee': 35, 'createdAt': None, 'updatedAt': None, 'deletedAt': None, 'AccountId': 1}]}}

.getBalance(currency)

This allows you get your balance in a specified. You may or may not pass in a currency. If you do not pass in a currency, your balance will be returned in the currency specified in yiur rave account

A sample fetch call is:

res2 = rave.Transfer.Balance("EUR")

Returns

This call returns a dictionary. A sample response is:

{'error': False, 'returnedData': {'status': 'success', 'message': 'WALLET-BALANCE', 'data': {'Id': 27122, 'ShortName': 'EUR', 'WalletNumber': '3855000502677', 'AvailableBalance': 0, 'LedgerBalance': 0}}}

Complete transfer flow

from rave_python import Rave, RaveExceptions
try:
    rave = Rave("ENTER_YOUR_PUBLIC_KEY", "ENTER_YOUR_SECRET_KEY", usingEnv = False)

    res = rave.Transfer.initiate({
    "account_bank": "044",
    "account_number": "0690000044",
    "amount": 500,
    "narration": "New transfer",
    "currency": "NGN",
    "beneficiary_name": "Kwame Adew"
    })

    res2 = rave.Transfer.bulk({
        "title": "test",
        "bulk_data":[
        ]
    })
    print(res)

    balanceres = rave.Transfer.getBalance("NGN")
    print(balanceres)

except RaveExceptions.IncompletePaymentDetailsError as e:
    print(e)

except RaveExceptions.InitiateTransferError as e:
    print(e.err)

except RaveExceptions.TransferFetchError as e:
    print(e.err)

except RaveExceptions.ServerError as e:
    print(e.err)



rave.Subscriptions

This is used to initiate and manage payouts

Functions included:

  • .allSubscriptions

  • .fetchSubscription

  • .cancelSubscription

  • .activateSubscription

.allSubscriptions()

This allows you retrieve all subscriptions

A sample allSubaccounts call is:

res2 = rave.Subscriptions.allSubscriptions()

Returns

This call returns a dictionary. A sample response is:

{'error': False, 'returnedData': {'status': 'success', 'message': 'SUBSCRIPTIONS-FETCHED', 'data': {'page_info': {'total': 0, 'current_page': 0, 'total_pages': 0}, 'plansubscriptions': []}}}

This call raises an PlanStatusError if there was a problem processing your transaction. The PlanStatusError contains some information about your transaction. You can handle this as such:

try: 
    #Your charge call
except RaveExceptions.PlanStatusError as e:
    print(e.err["errMsg"])
    print(e.err["flwRef"])

.fetchSubscription(subscription_id, subscription_email)

This allows you fetch a subscription. You may or may not pass in a subscription_id or subscription_email. If you do not pass in a subscription_id or subscription_email all subscriptions will be returned.

subscription_id: This is the subscription ID.

subscription_email: This is the subscription email.

A sample fetchSubaccount call is:

res2 = rave.Subscriptions.fetchSubscription(900)

Returns

This call returns a dictionary. A sample response is:

{'error': False, 'returnedData': {'status': 'success', 'message': 'SUBSCRIPTIONS-FETCHED', 'data': {'page_info': {'total': 0, 'current_page': 0, 'total_pages': 0}, 'plansubscriptions': []}}}

This call raises an PlanStatusError if there was a problem processing your transaction. The PlanStatusError contains some information about your transaction. You can handle this as such:

try: 
    #Your charge call
except RaveExceptions.PlanStatusError as e:
    print(e.err["errMsg"])
    print(e.err["flwRef"])

.cancelSubscription(subscription_id)

This allows you cancel a subscription.

subscription_id: This is the subscription ID. It can be gotten from the Rave Dashboard

A sample cancelSubscription call is:

res2 = rave.Subscriptions.cancelSubscription(900)

This call raises an PlanStatusError if there was a problem processing your transaction. The PlanStatusError contains some information about your transaction. You can handle this as such:

try: 
    #Your charge call
except RaveExceptions.PlanStatusError as e:
    print(e.err["errMsg"])
    print(e.err["flwRef"])

.activateSubscription(subscription_id)

This allows you activate a subscription.

subscription_id: This is the subscription ID. It can be gotten from the Rave Dashboard

A sample activateSubscription call is:

res2 = rave.Subscriptions.activateSubscription(900)

This call raises an PlanStatusError if there was a problem processing your transaction. The PlanStatusError contains some information about your transaction. You can handle this as such:

try: 
    #Your charge call
except RaveExceptions.PlanStatusError as e:
    print(e.err["errMsg"])
    print(e.err["flwRef"])

Complete Subscriptions flow

from rave_python import Rave, Misc, RaveExceptions
rave = Rave("YOUR_PUBLIC_KEY", "YOUR_PRIVATE_KEY", usingEnv = False)
try:

    res = rave.Subscriptions.allSubscriptions()
    res = rave.Subscriptions.fetchSubscription(880)
    res = rave.Subscriptions.cancelSubscription(880)
    print(res)

except RaveExceptions.PlanStatusError as e:
    print(e.err)

except RaveExceptions.ServerError as e:
    print(e.err)


## ```rave.PaymentPlan```

This is used to initiate and manage payouts

Functions included:

  • .createPlan

  • .allPlans

  • .fetchPlan

  • .cancelPlan

  • .editPlan


.createPlan(planDetails)

This allows a customer to create a payment plan. It requires a dict planDetails containing amount, ,name, interval, ,,duration.

amount: this is the amount for the plan

name: This is what would appear on the subscription reminder email

interval: This are the charge intervals possible values are:

daily;
weekly;
monthly;
yearly;
quarterly;
bi-anually;
every 2 days;
every 90 days;
every 5 weeks;
every 12 months;
every 6 years;
every x y (where x is a number and y is the period e.g. every 5 months)

duration: This is the frequency, it is numeric, e.g. if set to 5 and intervals is set to monthly you would be charged 5 months, and then the subscription stops.

More information can be found here

If duration is not passed, any subscribed customer will be charged indefinitely

A sample createPlan call is:

 res = rave.PaymentPlan.createPlan({
    "amount": 1,
    "duration": 5,
    "name": "Ultimate Play",
    "interval": "5"
 })
print(res)

Returns

This call returns a dictionary. A sample response is:

{'error': False, 'id': 890, 'data': {'id': 890, 'name': 'Ultimate Play', 'amount': 1, 'interval': 'dai', 'duration': 5, 'status': 'active', 'currency': 'NGN', 'plan_token': 'rpp_af8ea4d5d785d08f47d8', 'date_created': '2018-10-09T10:03:00.000Z'}}

This call raises an IncompletePaymentDetailsError if there was a problem processing your transaction. The IncompletePaymentDetailsError contains some information about your transaction. You can handle this as such:

try: 
    #Your charge call
except RaveExceptions.IncompletePaymentDetailsError as e:
    print(e.err["errMsg"])
    print(e.err["flwRef"])

.allPlans()

This allows you retrieve all payment plans.

A sample allPlans call is:

res2 = rave.Transfer.allPlans()

Returns

This call returns a dictionary. A sample response is:

{'error': False, 'returnedData': {'status': 'success', 'message': 'QUERIED-PAYMENTPLANS', 'data': {'page_info': {'total': 12, 'current_page': 1, 'total_pages': 2}, 'paymentplans': [{'id': 890, 'name': 'Ultimate Play', 'amount': 1, 'interval': 'dai', 'duration': 5, 'status': 'active', 'currency': 'NGN', 'plan_token': 'rpp_af8ea4d5d785d08f47d8', 'date_created': '2018-10-09T10:03:00.000Z'}, {'id': 885, 'name': 'N/A', 'amount': 0, 'interval': 'daily', 'duration': 0, 'status': 'cancelled', 'currency': 'NGN', 'plan_token': 'rpp_19c8a7af7a06351fd78b', 'date_created': '2018-10-05T17:16:15.000Z'}]}}}

This call raises an PlanStatusError if there was a problem processing your transaction. The PlanStatusError contains some information about your transaction. You can handle this as such:

try: 
    #Your charge call
except RaveExceptions.PlanStatusError as e:
    print(e.err["errMsg"])
    print(e.err["flwRef"])

.fetchPlan(plan_id, plan_name)

This allows you fetch a payment plan. You may or may not pass in a plan_id or plan_name. If you do not pass in a plan_id or plan_name, all payment plans will be returned.

plan_id: This is the payment plan ID. It can be gotten from the response returned from creating a plan or from the Rave Dashboard

plan_name: This is the payment plan name. It can be gotten from the response returned from creating a plan or from the Rave Dashboard

A sample fetchPlan call is:

res2 = rave.Transfer.fetchPlan(900)

Returns

This call returns a dictionary. A sample response is:

{'error': False, 'returnedData': {'status': 'success', 'message': 'QUERIED-PAYMENTPLANS', 'data': {'page_info': {'total': 1, 'current_page': 1, 'total_pages': 1}, 'paymentplans': [{'id': 890, 'name': 'Ultimate Play', 'amount': 1, 'interval': 'dai', 'duration': 5, 'status': 'active', 'currency': 'NGN', 'plan_token': 'rpp_af8ea4d5d785d08f47d8', 'date_created': '2018-10-09T10:03:00.000Z'}]}}}

This call raises an PlanStatusError if there was a problem processing your transaction. The PlanStatusError contains some information about your transaction. You can handle this as such:

try: 
    #Your charge call
except RaveExceptions.PlanStatusError as e:
    print(e.err["errMsg"])
    print(e.err["flwRef"])

.cancelPlan(plan_id)

This allows you cancel a payment plan. It requires that you pass in an plan_id.

plan_id: This is the payment plan ID. It can be gotten from the response returned from creating a plan or from the Rave Dashboard

A sample cancelPlan call is:

res2 = rave.Transfer.cancelPlan(900)

Returns

This call returns a dictionary. A sample response is:

{'error': False, 'returnedData': {'status': 'success', 'message': 'PLAN-CANCELED', 'data': {'id': 890, 'name': 'Ultimate Play', 'uuid': 'rpp_af8ea4d5d785d08f47d8', 'status': 'cancelled', 'start': None, 'stop': None, 'initial_charge_amount': None, 'currency': 'NGN', 'amount': 1, 'duration': 5, 'interval': 'dai', 'createdAt': '2018-10-09T10:03:00.000Z', 'updatedAt': '2018-10-09T10:17:14.000Z', 'deletedAt': None, 'AccountId': 5949, 'paymentpageId': None}}}

This call raises an PlanStatusError if there was a problem processing your transaction. The PlanStatusError contains some information about your transaction. You can handle this as such:

try: 
    #Your charge call
except RaveExceptions.PlanStatusError as e:
    print(e.err["errMsg"])
    print(e.err["flwRef"])

.editPlan(plan_id, newData={})

This allows you edit a payment plan. It requires that you pass in an plan_id. If you do not pass in the newData dict containing the change you want to make to your plan, the plan stays the same.

plan_id: This is the payment plan ID. It can be gotten from the response returned from creating a plan or from the Rave Dashboard

newData: A dict that must contain one or both of: name, status as properties. name specifies the new name for your payment plan. status : possible values are active and cancelled

A sample cancelPlan call is:

res = rave.PaymentPlan.editPlan(880, {
        "name": "Jack's Plan",
        "status": "active"
})

Returns

This call returns a dictionary. A sample response is:

{'error': False, 'returnedData': {'status': 'success', 'message': 'PLAN-EDITED', 'data': {'id': 880, 'name': "Jack's Plan", 'uuid': 'rpp_237e94690d8e7089c07b', 'status': 'active', 'start': None, 'stop': None, 'initial_charge_amount': None, 'currency': 'NGN', 'amount': 1, 'duration': 5, 'interval': 'dai', 'createdAt': '2018-10-05T17:13:16.000Z', 'updatedAt': '2018-10-09T10:25:25.000Z', 'deletedAt': None, 'AccountId': 5949, 'paymentpageId': None}}}

This call raises an PlanStatusError if there was a problem processing your transaction. The PlanStatusError contains some information about your transaction. You can handle this as such:

try: 
    #Your charge call
except RaveExceptions.PlanStatusError as e:
    print(e.err["errMsg"])
    print(e.err["flwRef"])

Complete PaymentPlan flow

from rave_python import Rave, Misc, RaveExceptions
rave = Rave("YOUR_PUBLIC_KEY", "YOUR_PRIVATE_KEY", usingEnv = False)
try:

    res = rave.PaymentPlan.createPlan({
        "amount": 1,
        "duration": 5,
        "name": "Ultimate Plan",
        "interval": "dai"
    })

    res = rave.PaymentPlan.editPlan(880, {
        "name": "Jack's Plan",
        "status": "active"
    })
    print(res)

except RaveExceptions.IncompletePaymentDetailsError as e:
    print(e)

except RaveExceptions.TransferFetchError as e:
    print(e.err)

except RaveExceptions.ServerError as e:
    print(e.err)

rave.Ussd

NOTE: This payment option is still in beta mode.


## Run Tests

All of the SDK's test are written with python's unittest module. The tests currently test: rave.Account rave.Card rave.Transfer rave.Preauth rave.Subaccount rave.Subscriptions rave.Paymentplan

They can be run like so:

python test.py

NOTE: If the test fails for creating a subaccount, just change the account_number account_bank and businesss_email to something different

NOTE: The test may fail for account validation - Pending OTP validation depending of whether the service is down or not

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