A Python API for Authorize.net
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README.rst

Py-Authorize

Py-Authorize is a full-featured Python API for the Authorize.net payment gateway. Authorize.net offers great payment processing capabilities with a terribly incoherent API. Py-Authorize attempts to alleviate many of the problems programmers might experience with Authorize.net's'API by providing a cleaner, simpler and much more coherent API.

Py-Authorize supports most all of the Authorize.net's API functionality including:

  • Advanced Integration Method (AIM)
  • Customer Integration Manager (CIM)
  • Transaction Detail API/Reporting
  • Automated Recurring Billing API (ARB)

Here is a simple example of a basic credit card transaction.

import authorize

authorize.Configuration.configure(
    authorize.Environment.TEST,
    'api_login_id',
    'api_transaction_key',
)

result = authorize.Transaction.sale({
    'amount': 40.00,
    'credit_card': {
        'card_number': '4111111111111111',
        'expiration_date': '04/2014',
        'card_code': '343',
    }
})

result.transaction_response.trans_id
# e.g. '2194343352'

Documentation

Please visit the Read the Docs page for full documentation.

License

Py-Authorize is distributed under the MIT license.

Support

All bug reports, new feature requests and pull requests are handled through this project's Github issues page.