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NAME ^

Business::OnlinePayment::Litle - Litle & Co. Backend for Business::OnlinePayment

VERSION ^

Version 0.936

SYNOPSIS ^

This is a plugin for the Business::OnlinePayment interface. Please refer to that docuementation for general usage, and here for Litle specific usage.

In order to use this module, you will need to have an account set up with Litle & Co. http://www.litle.com/

  use Business::OnlinePayment;
  my $tx = Business::OnlinePayment->new(
     "Litle",
     default_Origin => 'NEW',
  );

  $tx->content(
      type           => 'CC',
      login          => 'testdrive',
      password       => '123qwe',
      action         => 'Normal Authorization',
      description    => 'FOO*Business::OnlinePayment test',
      amount         => '49.95',
      customer_id    => 'tfb',
      name           => 'Tofu Beast',
      address        => '123 Anystreet',
      city           => 'Anywhere',
      state          => 'UT',
      zip            => '84058',
      card_number    => '4007000000027',
      expiration     => '09/02',
      cvv2           => '1234', #optional
      invoice_number => '54123',
  );
  $tx->submit();

  if($tx->is_success()) {
      print "Card processed successfully: ".$tx->authorization."\n";
  } else {
      print "Card was rejected: ".$tx->error_message."\n";
  }

METHODS AND FUNCTIONS ^

See Business::OnlinePayment for the complete list. The following methods either override the methods in Business::OnlinePayment or provide additional functions.

result_code

Returns the response error code.

error_message

Returns the response error description text.

server_request

Returns the complete request that was sent to the server. The request has been stripped of card_num, cvv2, and password. So it should be safe to log.

server_request_dangerous

Returns the complete request that was sent to the server. This could contain data that is NOT SAFE to log. It should only be used in a test environment, or in a PCI compliant manner.

server_response

Returns the complete response from the server. The response has been stripped of card_num, cvv2, and password. So it should be safe to log.

server_response_dangerous

Returns the complete response from the server. This could contain data that is NOT SAFE to log. It should only be used in a test environment, or in a PCI compliant manner.

Handling of content(%content) data: ^

action

The following actions are valid

  normal authorization
  authorization only
  post authorization
  credit
  void

Litle specific data ^

Fields

Most data fields not part of the BOP standard can be added to the content hash directly, and will be used

Most data fields will truncate extra characters to conform to the Litle XML length requirements. Some fields (mostly amount fields) will error if your data exceeds the allowed length.

Products

Part of the enhanced data for level III Interchange rates

    products        =>  [
    {   description =>  'First Product',
        sku         =>  'sku',
        quantity    =>  1,
        units       =>  'Months'
        amount      =>  '5.00',
        discount    =>  0,
        code        =>  1,
        cost        =>  '5.00',
    },
    {   description =>  'Second Product',
        sku         =>  'sku',
        quantity    =>  1,
        units       =>  'Months',
        amount      =>  1500,
        discount    =>  0,
        code        =>  2,
        cost        =>  '5.00',
    }

    ],

SPECS ^

Currently uses the Litle XML specifications version 8.12 and chargeback version 2.2

TESTING ^

In order to run the provided test suite, you will first need to apply and get your account setup with Litle. Then you can use the test account information they give you to run the test suite. The scripts will look for three environment variables to connect: BOP_USERNAME, BOP_PASSWORD, BOP_MERCHANTID

Currently the description field also uses a fixed descriptor. This will possibly need to be changed based on your arrangements with Litle.

FUNCTIONS ^

_info

Return the introspection hash for BOP 3.x

set_defaults

test_transaction

Get/set the server used for processing transactions. Possible values are Live, Certification, and Sandbox Default: Live

  #Live
  $self->test_transaction(0);

  #Certification
  $self->test_transaction(1);

  #Sandbox
  $self->test_transaction('sandbox');

  #Read current value
  $val = $self->test_transaction();

map_fields

format_misc_field

A new method not directly supported by BOP. Used internally to guarentee that XML data will conform to the Litle spec. field - The hash key we are checking against maxLen - The maximum length allowed (extra bytes will be truncated) minLen - The minimum length allowed errorOnLength - boolean 0 - truncate any extra bytes 1 - error if the length is out of bounds isRequired - boolean 0 - ignore undefined values 1 - error if the value is not defined

 $tx->format_misc_field( \%content, [field, maxLen, minLen, errorOnLength, isRequired] );
 $tx->format_misc_field( \%content, ['amount',   0,     12,             0,          0] );

format_amount_field

A new method not directly supported by BOP. Used internally to change amounts from the BOP "5.00" format to the format expected by Litle "500"

$tx->format_amount_field( \%content, 'amount' );

format_phone_field

A new method not directly supported by BOP. Used internally to strip invalid characters from phone numbers. IE "1 (800).TRY-THIS" becomes "18008788447"

$tx->format_phone_field( \%content, 'company_phone' );

map_request

Converts the BOP data to something that Litle can use.

chargeback_retrieve_support_doc

A new method not directly supported by BOP. Retrieve a currently uploaded file

 $tx->content(
  login       => 'testdrive',
  password    => '123qwe',
  merchantid  => '123456',
  case_id     => '001',
  filename    => 'mydoc.pdf',
 );
 $tx->chargeback_retrieve_support_doc();
 $myFileData = $tx->{'fileContent'};

chargeback_delete_support_doc

A new method not directly supported by BOP. Delete a currently uploaded file. Follows the same format as chargeback_retrieve_support_doc

chargeback_upload_support_doc

A new method not directly supported by BOP. Upload a new file

 $tx->content(
  login       => 'testdrive',
  password    => '123qwe',
  merchantid  => '123456',
  case_id     => '001',
  filename    => 'mydoc.pdf',
  filecontent => $binaryPdfData,
  mimetype    => 'applicatoin/pdf',
 );
 $tx->chargeback_upload_support_doc();

chargeback_replace_support_doc

A new method not directly supported by BOP. Replace a previously uploaded file. Follows the same format as chargeback_upload_support_doc

chargeback_list_support_docs

A new method not directly supported by BOP. Return a hashref that contains a list of files that already exist on the server.

 $tx->content(
  login       => 'testdrive',
  password    => '123qwe',
  merchantid  => '123456',
  case_id     => '001',
 );
 my $ret = $tx->chargeback_list_support_docs();

Currently this returns in this format

 $ret = {
   'file1' => {},
   'file2' => {},
 };

Litle does not currently send any file attributes. However the hash is built for future expansion.

add_item

A new method not directly supported by BOP. Interface to adding multiple entries, so we can write and interface with batches

 my %content = (
   action          =>  'Account Update',
   card_number     =>  4111111111111111,
   expiration      =>  1216,
   customer_id     =>  $card->{'uid'},
   invoice_number  =>  123,
   type            =>  'VI',
   login           =>  $merchant->{'login'},
 );
 $tx->add_item( \%content );

create_batch

A new method not directly supported by BOP. Send the current batch to Litle.

 $tx->add_item( $item1 );
 $tx->add_item( $item2 );
 $tx->add_item( $item3 );

 my $opts = {
  login       => 'testdrive',
  password    => '123qwe',
  merchantid  => '123456',
  batch_id    => '001',
  method      => 'https', # sftp or https
  ftp_username=> 'fred',
  ftp_password=> 'pancakes',
 };

 $tx->content();

 $tx->create_batch( %$opts );

send_rfr

A new method not directly supported by BOP.

retrieve_batch_list

A new method not directly supported by BOP. Get a list of available batch result files.

 my $opts = {
  ftp_username=> 'fred',
  ftp_password=> 'pancakes',
 };

 my $ret = $tx->retrieve_batch( %$opts );
 my @filelist = @$ret if $tx->is_success;

retrieve_batch_delete

A new method not directly supported by BOP. Delete a batch from Litle.

 my $opts = {
  login       => 'testdrive',
  password    => '123qwe',
  batch_id    => '001',
  ftp_username=> 'fred',
  ftp_password=> 'pancakes',
 };

 $tx->retrieve_batch_delete( %$opts );

retrieve_batch

A new method not directly supported by BOP. Get a batch from Litle.

 my $opts = {
  login       => 'testdrive',
  password    => '123qwe',
  batch_id    => '001',
  batch_return=> '', # If present, this will be used instead of downloading from Litle
  ftp_username=> 'fred',
  ftp_password=> 'pancakes',
 };

 $tx->content();

 $tx->retrieve_batch( %$opts );

chargeback_activity_request

Return a arrayref that contains a list of Business::OnlinePayment::Litle::ChargebackActivityResponse objects

 $tx->content(
  login         => 'testdrive',
  password      => '123qwe',
  activity_date => '2012-04-30',
 );

 my $ret = $tx->chargeback_activity_request();

chargeback_update_request

Return a arrayref that contains a list of Business::OnlinePayment::Litle::ChargebackActivityResponse objects

 $tx->content(
  login                => 'testdrive',
  password             => '123qwe',
  case_id              => '1600010045',
  merchant_activity_id => '1555',
  activity             => 'Merchant Accepts Liability',
 );

 $tx->chargeback_update_request();

 $tx->result_code(); # 0 - success, 1 invalid xml
 $tx->error_message(); # Text version of the error message, if any
 $tx->phoenixTxnId(); # Unique identifier provided by Litle.
 $tx->is_success(); # Boolean, did the request work

AUTHORS ^

Jason Hall, <jayce at lug-nut.com>

Jason Terry

UNIMPLEMENTED ^

Certain features are not yet implemented (no current personal business need), though the capability of support is there, and the test data for the verification suite is there.

    Force Capture
    Capture Given Auth
    3DS
    billMeLater

BUGS ^

Please report any bugs or feature requests to bug-business-onlinepayment-litle at rt.cpan.org, or through the web interface at http://rt.cpan.org/NoAuth/ReportBug.html?Queue=Business-OnlinePayment-Litle. I will be notified, and then you'll automatically be notified of progress on your bug as I make changes.

You may also add to the code via github, at http://github.com/Jayceh/Business--OnlinePayment--Litle.git

SUPPORT ^

You can find documentation for this module with the perldoc command.

    perldoc Business::OnlinePayment::Litle

You can also look for information at:

http://www.litle.com/

ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS ^

Heavily based on Jeff Finucane's l<Business::OnlinePayment::IPPay> because it also required dynamically writing XML formatted docs to a gateway.

COPYRIGHT & LICENSE ^

Copyright 2012 Jason Hall.

This program is free software; you can redistribute it and/or modify it under the terms of either: the GNU General Public License as published by the Free Software Foundation; or the Artistic License.

See http://dev.perl.org/licenses/ for more information.

SEE ALSO ^

perl(1). Business::OnlinePayment

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