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paymill-python

Python wrapper for PAYMILL API(beta)

Getting started

  • If you are not familiar with PAYMILL, start with the documentation.
  • Install the latest release.
  • Check the API reference.
  • Check the tests.

Installation

You can either choose to install the package from PyPi executing following line:

 pip install paymill-wrapper

Or you can check out the project, and install it locally. Navigate to the root directory and execute following line:

 pip install . -r requirements.txt

What's new

We have released version 1.1.0 which is coded directly to the PAYMILL API v2.1 and is Py2&3 compatible.This version is no longer backwards compatible with the pymill fork from https://github.com/kliment/pymill. If you need to be PAYMILL API v2.0 compatible please use https://github.com/paymill/paymill-python/tree/v0.1.2.

Usage

Initialize the library by providing your api key:

   paymill_context = paymill.PaymillContext('<YOUR PRIVATE API KEY>')

PaymillContext loads the context of PAYMILL for a single account, by providing a merchants private key. It creates 8 services, which represents the PAYMILL API:

  • ClientService
  • OfferService
  • PaymentService
  • PreauthorizationService
  • RefundService
  • SubscriptionService
  • TransactionService
  • WebhookService
  • ChecksumService

These services should not be created directly. They have to be obtained by the context's accessors.

Using services

In all cases, you'll use the predefined service classes to access the PAYMILL API.

To fetch a service instance, call service name accessor from paymill_context, like

 client_service = paymill_context.get_client_service()

Every service instance provides basic methods for CRUD functionality.

Creating objects

Every service provides instance factory methods for creation. They are very different for every service, because every object can be created in a different way. The common pattern is

 xxx_service.create_XXX(params...)

For example: client can be created with two optional parameters: email and description. So we have four possible methods to create the client:

 #creates a client without email and description
 client_service.create()
 #creates a client with email
 client_service.create(email='john.rambo@paymill.com')
 #creates a client with description
 client_service.create(description='CRM Id: fake_34212')
 #creates a client with email and description
 client_service.create(email='john.rambo@paymill.com', description='CRM Id: fake_34212')

Retrieving objects

You can retrieve an object by using the get() method with with the instance itself:

 client_service.detail(client)

This method throws an PMError if there is no client under the given id.

Retrieving lists

To retrieve a list you may simply use the list() method:

 clients = client_service.list()

You may provide a filter and order to list method:

 clients = client_service.list(
     order=paymill.models.client.Client.Order.created_at().desc(),
     filtr=paymill.models.client.Client.Filter.by_email('john.rambo@paymill.com'))

This will load only clients with email john.rambo@paymill.com, order descending by creation date.

Updating objects

In order to update an object simply call a service's update() method:

 client_service.update(client)

Deleting objects

You may delete objects by calling the service's delete() method with an object instance.

 client_service.remove(client)

Changelog

2.4.1

  • Fix version in setup.py

2.4.0

  • Add param client_id to checksum create function

2.3.0

  • Disable httplib debugging by default
  • http_debugging_enabled otional parameter added to PaymillContext

2.2.0

  • Bug fixing
  • ChecksumService added
  • FilterList added

2.1

  • PyPi release fixed

2.0

  • Some names regarding package installation changed
  • Official PyPi release

1.1

  • Support for Py3
  • FilterList added for filter combination
  • Bug fixing & code improvements

1.0

  • New implementation from scratch that conforms to PAYMILL API v2.1

License

Copyright 2014 PAYMILL GmbH.

MIT License (enclosed)