Direct Post Payment Gateway Integration API

Payment API Integration

Direct Post API Documentation

The Direct Post API is the simplest integration method for retail software payment applications and websites.
Payment Gateway API
1. customer sends their payment information to the merchant's web site.

2. merchant software or web site posts the payment data to the payment gateway.

3. payment gateway responds immediately with the results of the transactions.

4. merchant web site or software displays the appropriate message to the customer.
Transaction Variables
Transaction Response Variables
Partial Payments Information
Retail Data
Testing Information
Recurring Variables
Customer Vault Variables
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Credit Card Processing API Test Info

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The communication method used to send messages to the payment gateway server is the standard HTTP protocol over an SSL connection.

In the Direct Post method, the communications with the cardholder (Steps 1 and 4) are developed completely by the merchant and therefore are not defined by the payment gateway. Step 1 should simply collect the payment data from the cardholder and Step 4 should display the appropriate transaction receipt or declined message.

In Step 2, transaction details should be delivered to the payment gateway using the POST method with the appropriate variables defined below posted along with the request.

In Step 3, the transaction responses are returned in the body of the HTTP response in a query string name / value format delimited by ampersands.
For example: variable1=value1&variable2=value2&variable3=value3
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