Single Transaction Query

This code steps you through the process of getting data from BluePay's Platform for a single transaction. When you're using this code in "test mode," only test transactions are returned.

To run a report on all transactions Go to: Retrieve transaction data

The following sample code makes use of various headers and source files.
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//
// BluePay C++ Sample code.
//
// This code sample runs a report that grabs a single transaction
// from the BluePay gateway based on certain criteria.
// See comments below on the details of the report.
// If using TEST mode, only TEST transactions will be returned.

#include "Single_Transaction_Query.h"
#include "BluePay.h"
using namespace std;

void singleTransactionQuery(){
   
    string accountId = "Merchant's Account ID Here";
    string secretKey = "Merchant's Secret Key Here";
    string mode = "TEST";
    string transactionID = "Transaction ID here";

    BluePay report(
        accountId,
        secretKey,
        mode
    );

    report.getSingleTransQuery(
        transactionID, // ID of previous transaction
        "2015-01-01", // Search Date Start: YYYY-MM-DD
        "2015-05-30", // Search Date End: YYYY-MM-DD
        "1" // Do not include errored transactions in search? Yes
    );

    // Makes the API Request with Blue
    report.process();

    // Reads the responses from BluePay if transaction was approved
    cout << report.getResponse();
}
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