Java library for Recurly
Java
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Java library for Recurly, originally developed for Kill Bill, an open-source subscription management and billing system.

Getting started

The library is distributed via Maven Central:

<dependency>
    <groupId>com.ning.billing</groupId>
    <artifactId>recurly-java-library</artifactId>
    <version>0.11.0</version>
</dependency>

The easiest way to get started is by looking at the code examples in TestRecurlyClient.java.

Development

  1. Make sure you can build the project by running the smoke tests: mvn clean test
  2. Go to recurly.com and create an account. This account will be used as a sandbox environment for testing.
  3. In your Recurly account, click on API Credentials (bottom of the left menu), click the Enable API Access button and write down your API Key.
  4. Verify the setup by running the recurly-java-library integration tests (make sure to update your API Key and Subdomain): mvn clean test -Pintegration -Dkillbill.payment.recurly.apiKey=1234567689abcdef -Dkillbill.payment.recurly.subDomain=mycompany
  5. Go to your Recurly account, you should see some data (e.g. account created).
  6. Congrats! You're all set!

Java properties

  • Set -Drecurly.debug=true to output debug information in the info log file
  • Set -Drecurly.page.size=20 to configure the page size for Recurly API calls
  • To run the tests, one can use -Dkillbill.payment.recurly.currency=EUR to override the default USD currency used
  • You may optionally pass the TLS protocol used with the setting -Dkillbill.payment.recurly.tlsProtocol. Keep in mind that Recurly only supports TLSv1.1 and above. This setting defaults to TLSv1.2.

Push notifications

See https://gist.github.com/dbathily/4433939 for an example on how to set it up.

Signature Generation for Recurly.js

A special signature string is needed for the BuildSubscriptionForm helper method in the recurly.js library. To obtain a signature on the server to pass to the page, simply use:

String signature = RecurlyJs.getRecurlySignature(String jsPrivateKey);

If you wish to specify extra parameters (such as account id and subscription code), build an ArrayList with url-encoded key=value string pairs. For example:

List<String> extraParams = new ArrayList<String>();
extraParams.add(String.format("%s=%s", "subscription%5Bplan_code%5D", "testplan1"));
extraParams.add(String.format("%s=%s", "account%5Baccount_code%5D", "123abc"));
String signature = RecurlyJs.getRecurlySignature(String jsPrivateKey, extraParams);

Refer to the Recurly.js Signature Generation documentation for more information on the format for building parameters.

Build

To build the project, use maven:

mvn clean install