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Riskified JAVA SDK

See for full API documentation

See riskified-sample/ for examples on how to use this SDK.

Data validation:

The SDK includes a validation mechanism to help you catch formatting and data issues quickly. However, it is possible to control the level of validation, through the SDKs Validation object, which is the forth parameter in the SDK's RiskifiedClient constructor. For example, you can tell the Validation engine to ignore missing values, by passing the constructor the Validations.ignoreMissing

like this:

RiskifiedClient client = new RiskifiedClient(domain, authToken, Environment.SANDBOX, Validation.IGNORE_MISSING);

Or specify the validation type in the config file ''.

Available validation types:

  • none - disable validations
  • ignoreMissing - validates only the data format
  • all - validates the data format and that required fields are not missing


  • Java JDK-1.5 or higher

Running the samples:

  • Build the SDK - Run mvn package which will build both the SDK and the samples
  • Configure your properties (authKey and shopUrl) - in the riskified-sdk/src/main/resources/ file. Your Riskified's authorization token (authKey) can be found in the advanced settings section of your Riskified sandbox environment.

Simple order creation sample

This samples shows how to construct an Order model and invoke the basic api/create endpoint

cd riskified-sample
mvn exec:java -Dexec.mainClass="com.riskified.samples.orderClient.SimpleClient"

Client sample

This samples shows how to construct an Order model and invoke each and every one of our endpoints with it

cd riskified-sample
mvn exec:java -Dexec.mainClass="com.riskified.samples.orderClient.Client"

Json Client sample

This samples shows how to construct an Order model and save it locally as a Json file, this sample is useful for early stages of the integration and for POCs

cd riskified-sample
mvn exec:java -Dexec.mainClass="com.riskified.samples.orderClient.JsonClient"

Notifications sample

This samples shows how to bring up a notification end point

cd riskified-sample
mvn exec:java -Dexec.mainClass="com.riskified.samples.notificationServer.servlet.SampleServer"

Then you can test the endpoint by running a curl command from another terminal

curl -H "Content-Type: application/json" -H  "X-RISKIFIED-HMAC-SHA256: 071ef80d5790011d2f111479b75eed15e907432a4523defb4e627c6725d3b6b3" -X POST -d '{"order":{"id":"123","status":"approved","old_status":"submitted","description":"Approved by Riskified"}}' http://localhost:8080

Maven dependency excerpt:

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