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In this project you'll see an example e-commerce that will pay through Gestpay iFrame solution.

## Prerequisites

  • NodeJS (10+)

How to start

  • install the dependencies: npm install
  • open file properties.json and set your shopLogin
  • configure your server's ip address in Gestpay Merchant Back Office
  • launch the app with npm start

Under the hood

This example tries to be as simple as possible. Here is a list of npm packages used:

  • Express, a web framework.
  • Handlebars, to render html templates
  • Soap, a node package to interact with SOAP endpoints.

There's more

  • npm run watch: will run the app but for every modification it will reload instantly. Useful during development.
  • npm test: will run all the tests
  • npm run test-watch: if you change something, tests will re-run
  • npm run jsdoc: you might like to have some documentation about the two modules used in this project, check it out.

Notable Files

  • app.js: this file contains all the front-end logic for iFrame solution to work.
  • utils.js: some utility functions, like showing errors, or getting cookies.
  • server.js : contains all the express logic and configuration.
  • gestpay_service/GestpayService.js: used for communicating between server.js and wscryptdecrypt.js
  • wscryptdecrypt/wscryptdectypt.js: the low level file that will perform the soap calls to Gestpay.
  • properties.json: a file with some global properties.

A brief description of the user interaction

  • The main entry point is /, where the user can choose a product to pay.
  • After clicking on buy button, the server will ask Gestpay for an encryptionString and the user will redirect to /pay.
  • at /pay the user must insert the credit card data. Then he will click on Pay button.
  • When the user clicks on pay, the payment is sent to Gestpay via an hidden iFrame.
    • if the credit card is not 3d-secure, the result will be immediately shown to the user by redirecting him to /response.
    • If the credit card is 3d-secure, Gestpay will answer with errorCode 8006. You must redirect the user to a credit card company's page where the user will insert his private token. Then, the user is redirected to /response.
  • When the payment is completed, on /response, our server will decrypt the encryptionString received, and the transaction status is showed to the user.


A Gestpay iFrame solution example, in NodeJS



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