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Ruby wrapper for the Paymill API
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Ruby wrapper for PAYMILL API forked from dkd's paymill-ruby

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Getting started

  • If you are not familiar with PAYMILL, start with the documentation.
  • Install the latest release.
  • Check the API reference.
  • Check the specification examples.
  • Take a look at the change log for recent updates and improvements.


Add this line to your application's Gemfile:

gem 'paymill_ruby', '~> 2.0', require: 'paymill'

And then execute:

$ bundle

The paymill gem is tested on Ruby 2.0.0, 2.1.x and 2.2.x. It requires ruby version 2.0 and up.


Initialize the library by providing your api key:

require 'paymill'

Paymill.api_key = '<YOUR PRIVATE API KEY>'

or by reading it from the envirounment variables

require 'paymill'



Creating clients

Creating via factory method create, which expects an optional hash as arguments. If some of the required attributes are missing the method will throw ArgumentError.

With a hash of optional arguments:

client = Paymill::Client.create( email: '', description: 'Main caracter in First Blood' )

Without mandatory arguments:

client = Paymill::Client.create

Find existing client

You can retrieve an object by using the find method with an object id:

client = Paymill::Client.find( 'client_b54ff8b3811e06c02e14' )

or with the instance itself:

client = Paymill::Client.find( client )

Update client

Update is done by modifying the instance variables of the object. The object itself provides accessor methods only for properties which can be updated.

client = Paymill::Client.find( 'client_b54ff8b3811e06c02e14' ) = ''
client.description = 'Main caracter in First Blood II'


Deleting client

You may delete objects by calling the its instance method delete. The delete method will return nil when the given object is removed successfully.

client = Paymill::Client.find( 'client_b54ff8b3811e06c02e14' )

Retrieving lists

To retrieve a list you may simply use the all class method

clients = Paymill::Client.all

You may provide filter, order, offset and count parameters to list method

clients = Paymill::Client.all( order: [:email, :created_at_desc], count: 30, offset: 10, filters: [email: '', created_at: "#{4.days.ago.to_i}-#{2.days.ago.to_i}"] )


Update offer

When you want to update the offer and to apply the new changes to its subscriptions you can pass an additional parameter update_subscriptions set to true to its instance method update

offer = Offer.find( 'offer_b54ff8b3811e06c02e14' )
offer.amount = 1000

offer.update( update_subscriptions: true )

Deleting offer

To delete an offer and its corresponding subscriptions call

offer = Offer.find( 'offer_b54ff8b3811e06c02e14' )

To delete an offer but leave its corresponding subscriptions call

offer = Offer.find( 'offer_b54ff8b3811e06c02e14' )

To delete an offer and its corresponding subscriptions you can call the instance method delete with an argument remove_with_subscriptions set to true

offer = Offer.find( 'offer_b54ff8b3811e06c02e14' )
offer.delete( remove_with_subscriptions: true )


Creating refunds

To create a refund you have to pass a transaction, which you want to be refunded.

transaction = Transaction.create( token: '098f6bcd4621d373cade4e832627b4f6', amount: 990, currency: 'EUR' )
refund = Refund.create( transaction, amount: 100 )


For transactions that are started client-side, e.g. PayPal checkout, it is required to first create a checksum on your server and then provide that checksum when starting the transaction in the browser. The checksum needs to contain all data required to subsequently create the actual transaction. In the examples below checksum is created with address, Shopping cart item and fee. Of course you can use all variations from this parameters to fit your needs.

Creating plain checksum

Checksum.create( checksum_type: 'paypal', amount: 4200, currency: 'EUR', description: 'Chuck Testa', return_url: '', cancel_url: '' )

Creating checksum with address

billing_address = name: 'Primary', street_address: 'Rambo Str.', street_address_addition: '', city: 'Sofia', state: 'Sofia', postal_code: 1234, country: 'BG', phone: '088 41 555 27' )
Checksum.create( checksum_type: 'paypal', amount: 4200, currency: 'EUR', description: 'Chuck Testa', return_url: '', cancel_url: '', billing_address: billing_address )

Creating checksum with items

rambo_poster = name: "Rambo Poster", description: "John J. Rambo", amount: 2200, quantity: 3, item_number: "898-24342-343", url: "" )
comando_poster = name: "Comando Poster", description: "John Matrix", amount: 3100, quantity: 1, item_number: "898-24342-341", url: "" )
Checksum.create( checksum_type: 'paypal', amount: 9700, currency: 'EUR', description: 'Chuck Testa', return_url: '', cancel_url: '', items: [rambo_poster, comando_poster] )

Creating checksum with fee

Checksum.create( checksum_type: 'paypal', amount: 9700, currency: 'EUR', description: 'Chuck Testa', return_url: '', cancel_url: '', fee_amount: 100, fee_payment: 'pay_3af44644dd6d25c820a8', fee_currency: 'EUR', app_id: '8fh98hfd828ej2e09dk0hf9' )


  1. Fork it
  2. Create feature branch
    • git checkout -b my-new-feature
  3. Setup the project
    • bundle install
  4. Setup PAYMILL's keys in your environment:
    • private test key export PAYMILL_API_TEST_PRIVATE_KEY="<YOUR_TEST_KEY>"
    • public test key export PAYMILL_API_TEST_PUBLIC_KEY="<YOUR_TEST_KEY>"
  5. Run the tests
    • all specs: rspec .
    • single spec: rspec ./spec/paymill/models/client_spec.rb
  6. Commit your changes
    • git commit -am 'Add some feature'
  7. Push your changes
    • git push origin my-new-feature
  8. Create new Pull Request
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