Registering a card

ofetisov edited this page Jun 13, 2017 · 3 revisions

Before you make a payment please check if your SDK is initialized

Include a model

Add model inclusion to your source code:

require 'judopay/models/register_card'
Registering a new card

Card registration is done through conducting a pre-authorization configured to reserve £1.01 in the customer’s bank account, which then can be Voided in order for transaction not to appear in the customer’s bank statement.

In order to register a new card you need to perform the request with full card details:

  register_card = Judopay::RegisterCard.new(
    :your_consumer_reference => '12345',
    :your_payment_reference => '67890',
    :card_number => '4976000000003436',
    :expiry_date => '12/20',
    :cv2 => '452',
  )

Note: Please make sure that you are using a unique Consumer Reference for each different consumer, and a unique Payment Reference for each transaction.

You can check on the required fields and the format of each field in the Judopay REST API reference.

Check the result

After you fill RegisterCard model you need to send the request to the API. Your code will look like that:

    response_register_card = register_card.create    
    if response_register_card.result == 'Success'
        puts 'Card registered successful'
    else
        puts 'There were some problems while processing your request'
    end

If the register card is successful, you'll receive a response Mash like this:

{
  "receipt_id"=>"xxxxxxxxx",
  "your_payment_reference"=>"xxxxxxxxx",
  "type"=>"PreAuth",
  "created_at"=>"2016-09-27T08:49:23.0001+01:00",
  "result"=>"Success",
  "message"=>"xxxxxxxxx",
  "judo_id"=>'xxxxxxxxx,
  "merchant_name"=>"xxxxxxxxx",
  "appears_on_statement_as"=>"xxxxxxxxx",
  "original_amount"=>"1.01",
  "amount_collected"=>"0.00",
  "net_amount"=>"1.01",
  "amount"=>"1.01",
  "currency"=>"GBP",
  "card_details"=>{
    "card_lastfour"=>"3436",
    "end_date"=>"1220",
    "card_token"=>"xxxxxxxxx",
    "card_type"=>1
  },
  "consumer"=>{
    "consumer_token"=>"xxxxxxxxx",
    "your_consumer_reference"=>"xxxxxxxxx"
  },
  "risks"=>{
    "post_code_check"=>"UNKNOWN"
  }
}

After that you need to save cardToken & consumerToken values to perform a Token Payments

It is also important to handle different exceptions in your code. See our Error handling section.

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