Clone the above repository and extract the java subfolder from inside the pg-integration-kits folder.
Copy the contents of the java subfolder and move then to a folder called cashfree.
git clone https://github.com/cashfree/pg-integration-kits.git mkdir ~/cashfree cp -r pg-integration-kits/java ~/cashfree/
We then move this cashfree folder to the webapps folder in our tomcat. Let's assume that the tomcat root directory is /usr/local/apache-tomcat-9.0.10 (the copied directory should then look like /usr/local/apache-tomcat-9.0.10/cashfree)
export TOMCAT_HOME=/usr/local/apache-tomcat-9.0.10/ mkdir $TOMCAT_HOME/webapps/cashfree mv ~/cashfree/* $TOMCAT_HOME/webapps/cashfree/
1)Tomcat (You can download from [here](https://tomcat.apache.org/download-90.cgi) 2)Java
How to start
Below we describe the JAVA integration for Cashfree PG. You'll need Cashfree credentials for this setup to work. You can access the credentials from the merchant dashboard (API access > credentials) here.
- Update the variable $secretKey with the value which you accessed from the merchant dashboard in the request.jsp file
- Start your tomcat server
Visit localhost:8080/cashfree/start.html in your browser, fill in the details as required, set the returnUrl as http://localhost:8080/response.jsp and click Submit.
Once the payment page loads, enter the following card details for testing purpose.
Card Number : 4111 1111 1111 1111 CVV : 123
You can enter any name, month and year for card expiration. For more details around test cards, see Test Data.
- Once you've entered the details you will be redirected to the Cashfree PG Simulator page. Here you can simulate either a failed or a successful transaction. You will then be redirected to the returnUrl(given in step 2) with the transaction details.
- Give a valid returnUrl, since all the transaction details will be sent to it.
- It is imperative that you process the response correctly to prevent any fraud on your website.
To start integrating in production you just need to change to prod credentials, these can be accessed from (API access > credentials) here. Also update the variable $secretkey in request.jsp and response.jsp files.
For further queries reach us at email@example.com.