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asioso - Payment Bundle with Payone

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last reviewed: 27.04.2021

E-Commerce

Author:

asioso

Version

v1.3.14

Last updated

Contact

info@asioso.de

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asioso - Payment Bundle with Payone

E-Commerce

Project Summary

With this Bundle you can add Payment from Payone to your Pimcore Shop


Readme

PayOne Payment Bundle

Prerequisites

payment_frame_screenshot

Installation

composer

add the bundle to composer.json with

composer require asioso/pimcore-payone-module

Enable the Bundle in the Extension Manager

[NOTE] make sure, that you have the NumberGeneratorBundle enabled.

otherwise same old same old - this will create a new database Table and import an ObjectBrick.

Add Static Routes for the Bundle

you need to add a static route named payone in pimcore's backend. Otherwise the checkout process will not work

pattern:
#(.*?)/paymentAction/([a-zA-Z\-\_]+)/([a-z\-]+)#

reverse:
/%prefix/paymentAction/%controller/%action

bundle:
PayoneBundle

controller:
%controller

action:
%action

variables:
prefix,controller,action

static_routes_screenshot

Configuration

add payone as payment provider in your e-commerce configuration. Use payone as payment provider in your checkout manager:

            default:
                payment:
                    provider: payone

see an example below:

# Configuration of payment providers, key is name of provider
providers:
    payone:
      provider_id: PayoneBundle\Ecommerce\PaymentManager\BsPayone
      profile: sandbox
      profiles:
        _defaults:
          data_processor: \AppBundle\Ecommerce\DataProcessor
          hash_algorithm: md5
          #paypal_activate_item_level: true
          partial: PayoneBundle:BsPayone:method_selection_seamless.html.php
          js: /bundles/payone/js/payone-frontend.js
          iframe_css_url: /bundles/payone/css/payment-iframe.css?elementsclientauth=disabled
          payment_methods:
            SEPA:
              icon: /static/img/payment/icons/sepa.png
              partial: PayoneBundle:BsPayone:payment_methods/sepa.html.php

            CCARD:
              icon: /static/img/payment/icons/cc.png
              partial: PayoneBundle:BsPayone:payment_methods/ccard.html.php

            PAYPAL:
              icon: /static/img/payment/icons/paypal.png

            PAYDIRECT:
              icon: /static/img/payment/icons/paydirect.png
              #partial: PayoneBundle:BsPayone:payment_methods/paydirect.html.php

            SOFORT:
              icon: /static/img/payment/icons/klarna.svg
              #partial: PayoneBundle:BsPayone:payment_methods/sofort.html.php

            GIROPAY:
              icon: /static/img/payment/icons/giropay.png
              partial: PayoneBundle:BsPayone:payment_methods/giropay.html.php

            INVOICE:
              icon: /static/img/payment/icons/invoice-logo.png
              # example: use alternative credentials for invoices
              aid: <aid_other-sandbox>
              mid: <mid_other-sandbox>
              portalid: <other-portal-id>
              key: <other-key>
              mode: '%env(PAYONE_MODE)%' #example use env file to set your configuration see- /examples/payment.env

        sandbox:
          aid: <aid_sandbox>
          mid: <mid_sandbox>
          portalid: <portalId>
          key: <sandbox-key>
          mode: test

        live:
          aid: <aid_sandbox>
          mid: <mid_sandbox>
          portalid: <portalId>
          key: <sandbox-key>
          mode: live

Enable Payment Provider

update your payment controller to support payone as payment provider. take a look at this controller example Below you can see the most crucial part in the payment frame action:


    /**
     * payment iframe
     */
    public function paymentFrameAction(Request $request)
    {
        // init
        $cart = $this->getCart();
        $checkoutManager = Factory::getInstance()->getCheckoutManager($cart);

        if ($checkoutManager->isCommitted()) {
            throw new \Exception('Cart already committed');
        }

        $paymentInformation = $checkoutManager->startOrderPayment();
        $payment = $checkoutManager->getPayment();

        $language = substr($request->getLocale(), 0, 2);

        // payment config
        if($payment instanceof BsPayone) {
            // payone
            $payment->setPaymentInformation($paymentInformation);
            $config['orderIdent'] = $paymentInformation->getInternalPaymentId();
            $config['cart'] = $cart;
            $config['language'] =   substr($request->getLocale(), 0, 2);

        }

        else {
            throw new \Exception('Unknown Payment configured.');
        }

        // init payment
        $this->view->payment = $payment->initPayment($cart->getPriceCalculator()->getGrandTotal(), $config);        

    }

DataProcessor

We need some information from earlier checkout steps, so your implementation of this class will be used to fill in personal Data and shipping data. Take a look at this example

Callback url

you need to register your application's callback address in payone's merchant service portal. it uses the the static route you defined earlier, and will look like this:

https://<your.domain>/de/paymentAction/BsPayone/confirm-payment-server-side

Overriding default Payment URLs

In case you don't want to rely on the generated success/pending/failure URLs provided by this bundle (based on static routes- see above), there is another way using symfony's Dependency Injection component.

Register a new CompilerPass, take a look at this example, which sets a tailored generator service that generates a custom completed-route, but still relies on the default implementation for the remaining URLs. see this class for more details.

Any Questsion

write to info@asioso.com

Review status

reviewed

last reviewed: 27.04.2021

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Author:

asioso

Version

v1.3.14

Last updated

Contact

info@asioso.de

Issues

info@asioso.de

1  Reviewer

reviewed on 27.04.2021

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