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README.md

PostFinance PHP library

This library allows you to easily implement an PostFinance integration into your project. It provides the necessary components to complete a correct payment flow with the PostFinance platform.

Requirements:

  • PHP 5.3
  • network connection between your webserver and the PostFinance platform

As always, this is work in progress. Please feel free to fork this project and let them pull requests coming!

Installation:

The library is PSR-0 compliant and the simplest way to install it is via composer:

composer require wysow/postfinance

Overview

  • Create an EcommercePaymentRequest or CreateAliasRequest, containing all the info needed by PostFinance.
  • Generate a form
  • Submit it to PostFinance (client side)
  • Receive a PaymentResponse back from PostFinance (as a HTTP Request)

Both EcommercePaymentRequest, CreateAliasRequest and PaymentResponse are authenticated by comparing the SHA sign, which is a hash of the parameters and a secret passphrase. You can create the hash using a ShaComposer.

The library also allows:

  • Fetching order information via PostFinance API using DirectLinkQueryRequest
  • Executing maintenance request via PostFinance API using DirectLinkMaintenanceRequest

SHA Composers

PostFinance provides 2 methods to generate a SHA sign:

  • "Main parameters only"

    Main parameters only

    Implementation using this library is trivial:

  <?php
	use PostFinance\ShaComposer\LegacyShaComposer;
	$shaComposer = new LegacyShaComposer($passphrase);
  • "Each parameter followed by the passphrase"

    Each parameter followed by the passphrase

    Implementation using this library is trivial:

  	<?php
	use PostFinance\ShaComposer\AllParametersShaComposer;
	$shaComposer = new AllParametersShaComposer($passphrase);

This library currently supports both the legacy method "Main parameters only" and the new method "Each parameter followed by the passphrase". Either can be used with SHA-1 (default), SHA-256 or SHA-512 encryption.

EcommercePaymentRequest and FormGenerator

	<?php
	use PostFinance\Passphrase;
	use PostFinance\Ecommerce\EcommercePaymentRequest;
    use PostFinance\ShaComposer\AllParametersShaComposer;
	use PostFinance\FormGenerator;

	$passphrase = new Passphrase('my-sha-in-passphrase-defined-in-postfinance-interface');
	$shaComposer = new AllParametersShaComposer($passphrase);
	$shaComposer->addParameterFilter(new ShaInParameterFilter); //optional

	$ecommercePaymentRequest = new EcommercePaymentRequest($shaComposer);

	// Optionally set PostFinance uri, defaults to TEST account
	//$ecommercePaymentRequest->setPostFinanceUri(EcommercePaymentRequest::PRODUCTION);

	// Set various params:
	$ecommercePaymentRequest->setOrderid('123456');
	$ecommercePaymentRequest->setAmount(150); // in cents
	$ecommercePaymentRequest->setCurrency('EUR');
	// ...

	$ecommercePaymentRequest->validate();

	$formGenerator = new SimpleFormGenerator;
	$html = $formGenerator->render($ecommercePaymentRequest);
	// Or use your own generator. Or pass $ecommercePaymentRequest to a view

CreateAliasRequest

	<?php

	use PostFinance\Passphrase;
	use PostFinance\DirectLink\CreateAliasRequest;
    use PostFinance\ShaComposer\AllParametersShaComposer;
	use PostFinance\DirectLink\Alias;

	$passphrase = new Passphrase('my-sha-in-passphrase-defined-in-postfinance-interface');
	$shaComposer = new AllParametersShaComposer($passphrase);
	$shaComposer->addParameterFilter(new ShaInParameterFilter); //optional

	$createAliasRequest = new CreateAliasRequest($shaComposer);

	// Optionally set PostFinance uri, defaults to TEST account
	// $createAliasRequest->setPostFinanceUri(CreateAliasRequest::PRODUCTION);

	// set required params
	���$createAliasRequest->setPspid('123456');
	$createAliasRequest->setAccepturl('http://example.com/accept');
	$createAliasRequest->setExceptionurl('http://example.com/exception');

	// set optional alias, if empty, PostFinance creates one
	$alias = new Alias('customer_123');
	$createAliasRequest->setAlias($alias);

	$createAliasRequest->validate();

	// Now pass $createAliasRequest to a view to build a custom form, you have access to
	// $createAliasRequest->getPostFinanceUri(), $createAliasRequest->getParameters() and $createAliasRequest->getShaSign()
	// Be sure to add the required fields CN (Card holder's name), CARDNO (Card/account number), ED (Expiry date (MMYY)), CVC (Card Verification Code)
	// and the SHASIGN

DirectLinkPaymentRequest

	<?php

	use PostFinance\DirectLink\DirectLinkPaymentRequest;
	use PostFinance\Passphrase;
	use PostFinance\ShaComposer\AllParametersShaComposer;
	use PostFinance\DirectLink\Alias;

	$passphrase = new Passphrase('my-sha-in-passphrase-defined-in-postfinance-interface');
	$shaComposer = new AllParametersShaComposer($passphrase);
	$shaComposer->addParameterFilter(new ShaInParameterFilter); //optional

	$directLinkRequest = new DirectLinkPaymentRequest($shaComposer);
	$directLinkRequest->setOrderid('order_1234');

	$alias = new Alias('customer_123');
	$directLinkRequest->setAlias($alias);
	$directLinkRequest->setPspid('123456');
	$directLinkRequest->setUserId('postfinance-api-user');
	$directLinkRequest->setPassword('postfinance-api-password');
	$directLinkRequest->setAmount(100);
	$directLinkRequest->setCurrency('EUR');
	$directLinkRequest->validate();

	// now create a url to be posted to PostFinance
	// you have access to $directLinkRequest->toArray(), $directLinkRequest->getPostFinanceUri() and directLinkRequest->getShaSign()

DirectLinkQueryRequest

	<?php

	use PostFinance\DirectLink\DirectLinkQueryRequest;
	use PostFinance\Passphrase;
	use PostFinance\ShaComposer\AllParametersShaComposer;
	use PostFinance\DirectLink\Alias;

	$passphrase = new Passphrase('my-sha-in-passphrase-defined-in-postfinance-interface');
	$shaComposer = new AllParametersShaComposer($passphrase);
	$shaComposer->addParameterFilter(new ShaInParameterFilter); //optional

	$directLinkRequest = new DirectLinkQueryRequest($shaComposer);
	$directLinkRequest->setPspid('123456');
	$directLinkRequest->setUserId('postfinance-api-user');
	$directLinkRequest->setPassword('postfinance-api-password');
	$directLinkRequest->setPayId('order_1234');
	$directLinkRequest->validate();

	// now create a url to be posted to PostFinance
	// you have access to $directLinkRequest->toArray(), $directLinkRequest->getPostFinanceUri() and directLinkRequest->getShaSign()

DirectLinkMaintenanceRequest

	<?php

	use PostFinance\DirectLink\DirectLinkMaintenanceRequest;
	use PostFinance\Passphrase;
	use PostFinance\ShaComposer\AllParametersShaComposer;
	use PostFinance\DirectLink\Alias;

	$passphrase = new Passphrase('my-sha-in-passphrase-defined-in-postfinance-interface');
	$shaComposer = new AllParametersShaComposer($passphrase);
	$shaComposer->addParameterFilter(new ShaInParameterFilter); //optional

	$directLinkRequest = new DirectLinkMaintenanceRequest($shaComposer);
	$directLinkRequest->setPspid('123456');
	$directLinkRequest->setUserId('postfinance-api-user');
	$directLinkRequest->setPassword('postfinance-api-password');
	$directLinkRequest->setPayId('order_1234');
	$directLinkRequest->setOperation(DirectLinkMaintenanceRequest::OPERATION_AUTHORISATION_RENEW);
	$directLinkRequest->validate();

	// now create a url to be posted to PostFinance
	// you have access to $directLinkRequest->toArray(), $directLinkRequest->getPostFinanceUri() and directLinkRequest->getShaSign()

EcommercePaymentResponse

  	<?php

	use PostFinance\Ecommerce\EcommercePaymentResponse;
	use PostFinance\ShaComposer\AllParametersShaComposer;

	// ...

	$ecommercePaymentResponse = new EcommercePaymentResponse($_REQUEST);

	$passphrase = new Passphrase('my-sha-out-passphrase-defined-in-postfinance-interface');
	$shaComposer = new AllParametersShaComposer($passphrase);
	$shaComposer->addParameterFilter(new ShaOutParameterFilter); //optional

	if($ecommercePaymentResponse->isValid($shaComposer) && $ecommercePaymentResponse->isSuccessful()) {
		// handle payment confirmation
	}
	else {
		// perform logic when the validation fails
	}

CreateAliasResponse

  	<?php

	use PostFinance\DirectLink\CreateAliasResponse;
	use PostFinance\ShaComposer\AllParametersShaComposer;

	// ...

	$createAliasResponse = new CreateAliasResponse($_REQUEST);

	$passphrase = new Passphrase('my-sha-out-passphrase-defined-in-postfinance-interface');
	$shaComposer = new AllParametersShaComposer($passphrase);
	$shaComposer->addParameterFilter(new ShaOutParameterFilter); //optional

	if($createAliasResponse->isValid($shaComposer) && $createAliasResponse->isSuccessful()) {
		// Alias creation is succesful, get the Alias object
		$alias = $createAliasResponse->getAlias();
	}
	else {
		// validation failed, retry?
	}

DirectLinkPaymentResponse

As the DirectLink payment gets an instant feedback from the server (and no async response) we don't use the SHA validation.

	<?php

	use PostFinance\DirectLink\DirectLinkPaymentResponse;

	$directLinkResponse = new DirectLinkPaymentResponse('postfinance-direct-link-result-as-xml');

	if($directLinkResponse->isSuccessful()) {
    	// handle payment confirmation
	} else {
    	// perform logic when the validation fails
	}

Parameter filters

ParameterFilters are used to filter the provided parameters (no shit Sherlock). Both ShaIn- and ShaOutParameterFilters are provided and are based on the parameter lists defined in the PostFinance documentation. Parameter filtering is optional, but we recommend using them to enforce expected parameters.