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# Vend::Payment::BusinessOnlinePayment
# Interchange wrapper for Business::OnlinePayment modules
#
# $Id: BusinessOnlinePayment.pm,v 1.1 2005-01-24 14:38:59 jon Exp $
#
# Copyright (C) 2004 Ivan Kohler. All rights reserved.
#
# This program is free software; you can redistribute it and/or modify it
# under the same terms as Perl itself.
#
# Ivan Kohler <ivan-interchange@420.am>
package Vend::Payment::BusinessOnlinePayment;
=head1 NAME
Vend::Payment::BusinessOnlinePayment - Interchange wrapper for Business::OnlinePayment
=head1 SYNOPSIS
&charge=onlinepayment
or
[charge mode=onlinepayment param1=value1 param2=value2]
=head1 PREREQUISITES
Business::OnlinePayment
Business::OnlinePayment:: gateway module
See L<http://www.420.am/business-onlinepayment/> or
L<http://search.cpan.org/search?query=Business%3A%3AOnlinePayment&mode=module>
=head1 DESCRIPTION
This is a wrapper around Business::OnlinePayment for Interchange.
The Vend::Payment::BusinessOnlinePayment module implements the onlinepayment()
routine for use with Interchange. It is compatible on a call level with the
other Interchange payment modules. In theory (and even usually in practice)
you could switch from another gateway to a Business::OnlinePayment supported
gateway (or between different Business::OnlinePayment gateways) with a few
configuration file changes.
Business::OnlinePayment is a set of related Perl modules for processing online
payments (credit cards, electronic checks, and other payment systems). It
provides a consistant interface for processing online payments, regardless of
the gateway backend being used, in the same way that DBI provides an consistant
interface to different databases.
See L<http://www.420.am/business-onlinepayment/> for more information and
supported gateways.
It is hoped that a future version of Interchange will do all credit card
processing through Business::OnlinePayment, but this is my no means
guaranteed and the timeframe is unknown. Think ALSA somewhere around
Linux 2.2 and you've got the general idea.
Currently this module is recommended for people with gateway processors
unsupported by a native Interchange Vend::Payment:: module and for the
adventurous.
=head1 USAGE
To enable this module, place this directive in C<interchange.cfg>:
Require module Vend::Payment::BusinessOnlinePayment
This I<must> be in interchange.cfg or a file included from it.
The mode can be named anything, but the C<gateway> parameter must be set
to C<onlinepayment>. To make it the default payment gateway for all credit
card transactions in a specific catalog, you can set in C<catalog.cfg>:
Variable MV_PAYMENT_MODE onlinepayment
It uses several of the standard settings from Interchange payment. Any time
we speak of a setting, it is obtained either first from the tag/call options,
then from an Interchange order Route named for the mode, then finally a
default global payment variable, For example, the C<setting> parameter would
be specified by:
[charge mode=onlinepayment setting=value]
or
Route onlinepayment setting value
or
Variable MV_PAYMENT_SETTING value
The following settings are available:
=over 4
=item processor
Your Business::OnlinePayment processor.
=item id
Your Business::OnlinePayment login.
=item secret
Your Busienss::OnlinePayment password.
=item transaction
The type of transaction to be run. Valid values are:
Interchange Business::OnlinePayment
---------------- -----------------------
auth Authorization Only
return Credit
reverse
sale Normal Authorization
settle Post Authorization
void Void
=item test
Set this true if you wish to operate in test mode. Make sure to verify
that your specific Business::OnlinePayment:: gateway module supports a
test mode.
=back
In addition, any other processor options are passed to your gateway. See
the documentation for your specific Business::OnlinePayment:: gateway module
for details on what options are required, if any.
=head1 AUTHOR
Ivan Kohler <ivan-interchange@420.am>
Initial development of this module was sponsored in part by Simply Marketing,
Inc. <http://www.simplymarketinginc.com/>.
=head1 COPYRIGHT
Copyright 2004 Ivan Kohler. All rights reserved.
This program is free software; you can redistribute it and/or modify it
under the same terms as Perl itself.
=cut
package Vend::Payment;
use strict;
use vars qw( $VERSION );
use Business::OnlinePayment;
$VERSION = '0.01';
my $default_avs = q{You must enter the correct billing address of your credit }.
q{card. The bank returned the following error: %s};
my $default_declined = "error: %s. Please call in your order or try again.";
sub onlinepayment {
my ($user, $amount) = @_;
my $opt = {};
my $secret;
if ( ref($user) ) {
$opt = $user;
$user = $opt->{id};
$secret = $opt->{secret};
}
my $actual = $opt->{actual} || { map_actual() };
$user ||= charge_param('id')
or return ( MStatus => 'failure-hard',
MErrMsg => errmsg('No account id'),
);
$secret ||= charge_param('secret');
my $precision = $opt->{precision} || 2;
my $referer = $opt->{referer} || charge_param('referer');
$actual->{$_} = $opt->{$_}
foreach grep defined($opt->{$_}), qw(
order_id
auth_code
mv_credit_card_exp_month
mv_credit_card_exp_year
mv_credit_card_number
);
$actual->{mv_credit_card_exp_month} =~ s/\D//g;
$actual->{mv_credit_card_exp_year} =~ s/\D//g;
$actual->{mv_credit_card_exp_year} =~ s/\d\d(\d\d)/$1/;
$actual->{mv_credit_card_number} =~ s/\D//g;
my $exp = sprintf '%02d/%02d', $actual->{mv_credit_card_exp_month},
$actual->{mv_credit_card_exp_year};
my %ic2bop = (
'auth' => 'Authorization Only',
'return' => 'Credit',
#'reverse' =>
'sale' => 'Normal Authorization',
'settle' => 'Post Authorization',
'void' => 'Void',
);
my $action = $ic2bop{$opt->{transaction} || 'sale'};
$amount = $opt->{total_cost} if $opt->{total_cost};
if ( ! $amount ) {
$amount = Vend::Interpolate::total_cost();
$amount = Vend::Util::round_to_frac_digits($amount, $precision);
}
my $order_id = gen_order_id($opt);
my $processor = charge_param('processor');
#processor options!
my %ignore = map { $_=>1 } qw(gateway processor id secret transaction );
my %options = map { $_=>1 }
grep { !$ignore{$_} } (
keys(%$opt),
map { s/^MV_PAYMENT_//; lc($_); }
grep { /^MV_PAYMENT_/ }
keys %$main::Variable
);
my $transaction =
new Business::OnlinePayment ( $processor, %options );
$transaction->test_transaction($opt->{test} || charge_param('test'));
$actual->{$_} =~ s/[\n\r]//g foreach keys %$actual;
$transaction->content(
'type' => 'CC',
'login' => $user,
'password' => $secret,
'action' => $action,
#'description'
'amount' => $amount,
'card_number' => $actual->{mv_credit_card_number},
'expiration' => $exp,
'cvv2' => $actual->{cvv2},
'order_number' => $actual->{order_id},
'auth_code' => $actual->{auth_code},
#'recurring_billing'
'invoice_number' => $actual->{mv_order_number},
#'customer_id'
'last_name' => $actual->{b_lname},
'first_name' => $actual->{b_fname},
'name' => $actual->{b_fname}. ' '. $actual->{b_lname},
'company' => $actual->{b_company},
'address' => $actual->{b_address},
'city' => $actual->{b_city},
'state' => $actual->{b_state},
'zip' => $actual->{b_zip},
'country' => $actual->{b_country},
'ship_last_name' => $actual->{lname},
'ship_first_name' => $actual->{fname},
'ship_name' => $actual->{fname}. ' '. $actual->{lname},
'ship_company' => $actual->{company},
'ship_address' => $actual->{address},
'ship_city' => $actual->{city},
'ship_state' => $actual->{state},
'ship_zip' => $actual->{zip},
'ship_country' => $actual->{country},
'referer' => $referer,
'email' => $actual->{email},
'phone' => $actual->{phone_day},
);
$transaction->submit();
my %result;
if ( $transaction->is_success() ) {
$result{MStatus} = 'success';
$result{'order-id'} =
( $transaction->can('order_number') && $transaction->order_number )
|| $opt->{'order_id'};
} else {
$result{MStatus} = 'failure';
delete $result{'order-id'};
if ( 0 ) { #need a standard Business::OnlinePayment way to ask about AVS
$result{MErrMsg} = errmsg(
$opt->{'message_avs'} || $default_avs,
$transaction->error_message
)
} else {
$result{MErrMsg} = errmsg(
$opt->{'message_declined'} || "$processor $default_declined",
$transaction->error_message
);
}
}
return %result;
}
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