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Adyen for Python

With this package you can implement Adyen Hosted Payment Pages in Python. It also has ready-to-use apps for Django.

Production readiness

As of 2015-08-11 this code is in production use. However, do have a look at the open issues.

Usage

You need to read both the Adyen Merchant Manual and the Hosted Payment Pages Integration Manual to successfully implement adyen.

Go to Django support.

Python

The adyen module provides a simple Python API in the api submodule.

Quick start

>>> from adyen import api, Backend
>>> backend = Backend(merchant_account='account', skin_code='abc123',
...                   skin_secret=b'secret')
>>> payment = api.create_payment(backend, merchant_reference='1', amount=4599,
...                              currency='EUR')
>>> type(payment)
<class 'adyen.HostedPayment'>
>>> payment.res_url = 'https://my-domain.com/payment-result/order-123/'
>>> url = api.pay(payment)
>>> url
u'https://test.adyen.com/hpp/pay.shtml?sessionValidity=2015-02-15T14%3A45%3A10%2B00%3A00&merchantReference=1&currencyCode=EUR&paymentAmount=4599&shipBeforeDate=2015-02-17&merchantAccount=account&resURL=https%3A%2F%2Fmy-domain.com%2Fpayment-result%2Forder-123%2F&merchantSig=dRL230J0a3Um9W6YTnBtVYHtFf0%3D&skinCode=abc123'

Redirect the user to that URL. When they finished the payment, they will be redirected to res_url with a number of query parameters.

We'll mock that part for demonstration purposes:

>>> result_params = api.mock_payment_result_params(backend, url)
>>> result_params
{u'merchantReference': u'1', u'merchantReturnData': u'',\
 u'pspReference': u'mockreference',\
 u'merchantSig': 'nnOlck0P2obLtH/F/UXce3MG750=',\
 u'authResult': u'AUTHORISED', u'skinCode': u'abc123', u'shopperLocale': u'',\
 u'paymentMethod': u'visa'}

Pass the query parameters to the api to get a payment result:

>>> result = api.get_payment_result(backend, result_params)
>>> type(result)
<class 'adyen.HostedPaymentResult'>
>>> result.auth_result
u'AUTHORISED'
>>> result.psp_reference
u'mockreference'

Refer to the Adyen Integration Manual (Section 2.4 "Payment Completion" as of version 1.80) for the meaning of the various attributes of the payment result.

HostedPayment

An HostedPayment object holds all payment session data, encodes and signs it properly to submit to Adyen. Many payment parameters can be modified by setting the corresponding properties of the HostedPayment object you get from create_payment() before passing it to pay().

For the session validity and the ship before date you can pass a datetime object respectively a date object or a timedelta object. If you pass a timedelta object, both values will be calculated from now respectively today.

>>> from datetime import date, datetime, timedelta
>>> print(date.today())
2015-02-18
>>> payment.ship_before_date = timedelta(days=4)
>>> print(payment.ship_before_date)
2015-02-22
>>> print(datetime.utcnow())
2015-02-18 16:47:59.638420
>>> payment.session_validity = timedelta(days=2)
>>> print(payment.session_validity)
2015-02-20T16:48:08+00:00

Currently there is no explicit support for submitting the payment from a POST form. However the code for that should be very short and straightforward. If you implement that please consider submitting a pull request.

Backend

A Backend provides configuration information for the payment that does not strictly depend on the actual product or service that is being paid for.

Here is a sample static backend:

from adyen import Backend

backend = Backend(merchant_account='account', skin_code='abc123',
                  skin_secret=b'secret')

Note that skin_code has to be a binary string.

HostedPaymentResult

A HostedPaymentResult receives the payment result data from the final redirect from Adyen and checks the signature.

from adyen import HostedPaymentResult

try:
    result = HostedPaymentResult(request.GET, backend)
except BadSignatureError:
    # handle
    pass

print("Payment by {.payment_method} result: {.auth_result}".format(result))

HostedPaymentNotification

A HostedPaymentNotification receives the payment notification data from Adyen.

from adyen import HostedPaymentNotification

check_http_basic_auth(request, backend.get_notification_credentials())

notification = HostedPaymentNotification(request.GET)

print("{.payment_method} payment event {.event_code} result: {.success}"
      .format(notification))

Django

The django_adyen module contains an API that extends the pure Python API with

  1. Persisting payment requests, payment results and payment notifications using the Django models Payment, Result and Notification in django_adyen.models.
  2. a backend that uses the Django settings

create_payment() takes an order number instead of a merchant reference as the first argument. The merchant reference is set to ORDER_NUMBER-PAYMENT_ID, where PAYMENT_ID is the primary key value of the Payment model instance.

pay() takes a function to build an absolute URI from only the path part. If you have a Request handy, pass request.build_absolute_uri.

# settings.py

INSTALLED_APPS = [
# ...
    'django_adyen',
# ...
]

ADYEN_MERCHANT_ACCOUNT = 'MerchantAccount'
ADYEN_COUNTRY_CODE = 'DE'
ADYEN_SHOPPER_LOCALE = 'de_DE'
ADYEN_SKIN_CODE = 'aKhNrM6V'
ADYEN_SKIN_SECRET = 'secret'
ADYEN_NOTIFICATION_USER = 'user'
ADYEN_NOTIFICATION_PASSWORD = 'password'
# urls.py

import django_adyen

urlpatterns = [
# ...
    url(r'^somewhere/', include(django_adyen.app.urls))
# ...
]
# views.py

from django_adyen import views, api


class PaymentView(views.PaymentRequestMixin, View):
    def post(self, request, *args, **kwargs):
        payment = api.create_payment(order_number, total_in_minor_units,
                                     currency)
        return self.pay(payment)


class PaymentResultView(views.PaymentResultView):
    def handle_payment_result(self, payment_result):
        if payment_result.auth_result == 'ERROR':
            messages.warning(self.request, _('Payment failed'))
            # handle

        if payment_result.auth_result == 'CANCELLED':
            messages.warning(self.request, _('Payment cancelled'))
            # handle

        if payment_result.auth_result == 'REFUSED':
            messages.error(self.request, _('Payment refused'))
            # handle

        if payment_result.auth_result == 'PENDING':
            messages.info(self.request, _('Payment pending'))
            # handle

        if payment_result.auth_result == 'AUTHORISED':
            messages.success(self.request, _('Payment authorised'))
            # handle


class NotificationView(django_views.NotificationView):
    # use reverse('django-adyen:payment-notification') as the notification URL
    # in the Adyen notification configuration

    def handle_notification(self, notification):
        # notification is a django_adyen.models.Notification instance
        # notification.is_duplicate() is True for duplicate notifications

        # handle

You can write your own backend and configure django_adyen to use it like this:

# settings.py

ADYEN_BACKEND = 'mymodule.MyBackend'

ADYEN_BACKEND can be any callable that returns a Backend instance.

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