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Payment processing example: Python

This sample demonstrates processing card payments with Square Connect API, using the Square Connect Python client library.

Requirements

Make sure you have Python 2 >=2.79 or Python 3 >= 3.4

Setup

Install the Python client library

  1. Make sure you have Python 2 >=2.79 or Python 3 >= 3.4 installed from python.org.

  2. Run the following command to install squareconnect package:

     pip install git+https://github.com/square/connect-python-sdk.git
    

Provide required credentials

Replace all your credentials in config.ini. Note that there's sandbox and production credentials. Use is_prod (true/false) to choose between them. Do not use quotes around the strings in the config.ini file. (WARNING: never upload config.ini with your credentials/access_token.)

If you're just testing things out, it's recommended that you use your sandbox credentials for now. See this article for more information on the API sandbox.

Running the sample

From the sample's root directory, run:

python -m CGIHTTPServer

You can then visit localhost:8000/cgi-bin/index.py in your browser to see the card form.

If you're using your sandbox credentials, you can test a valid credit card transaction by providing the following card information in the form:

  • Card Number 4532 7597 3454 5858
  • Card CVV 111
  • Card Expiration (Any time in the future)
  • Card Postal Code (Any valid US postal code)

You can find more testing values in this article

Note that if you are not using your sandbox credentials and you enter real credit card information, YOU WILL CHARGE THE CARD.