Customer Defined Data

This code steps you through an optional process of collecting and passing information that's not required for credit card processing but you need for your own purposes. This data is typically collected when you're processing transactions or storing payment methods.

This data can be entered by your customers or you may provide this customer-specific data. For example, customers could enter their names or you could attach an identification number that supports a process. Some fields are identified (e.g. phone number) and other fields may be tailored to support your specific requirements (e.g. Custom ID1).

The following sample code calls a routine from our Code Library.
Download BluePay.cs

* BluePay C#.NET Sample code.
* This code sample runs a $15.00 Credit Card Sale transaction
* against a customer using test payment information.
* Optional transaction data is also sent.
* If using TEST mode, odd dollar amounts will return
* an approval and even dollar amounts will return a decline.

using System;
using BluePayLibrary;

namespace Transactions
    class CustomerDefinedData
        public static void Main()
            string accountID = "Merchant's Account ID Here";
            string secretKey = "Merchant's Secret Key Here";
            string mode = "TEST";
            BluePay payment = new BluePay

                firstName: "Bob",
                lastName: "Tester",
                address1: "1234 Test St.",
                address2: "Apt #500",
                city: "Testville",
                state: "IL",
                zip: "54321",
                country: "USA",
                phone: "123-123-12345",
                email: "[email protected]"
                ccNumber: "4111111111111111",
                ccExpiration: "1215",
                cvv2: "123"

            // Optional fields users can set
            payment.SetCustomID1("12345"); // Custom ID1: 12345
            payment.SetCustomID2("09866"); // Custom ID2: 09866
            payment.SetInvoiceID("500000"); // Invoice ID: 50000
            payment.SetOrderID("10023145"); // Order ID: 10023145
            payment.SetAmountTip("6.00"); // Tip Amount: $6.00
            payment.SetAmountTax("3.50"); // Tax Amount: $3.50
            payment.SetAmountFood("3.11"); // Food Amount: $3.11
            payment.SetAmountMisc("5.00"); // Miscellaneous Amount: $5.00
            payment.SetMemo("Enter any comments about the transaction here.");  // Comments

            // Set Sale amount

            // Makes the API Request with BluePay

            // If transaction was successful reads the responses from BluePay
            if (payment.IsSuccessfulTransaction())
                Console.WriteLine("Transaction Status: " + payment.GetStatus());
                Console.WriteLine("Transaction ID: " + payment.GetTransID());
                Console.WriteLine("Transaction Message: " + payment.GetMessage());
                Console.WriteLine("AVS Response: " + payment.GetAVS());
                Console.WriteLine("CVV2 Response: " + payment.GetCVV2());
                Console.WriteLine("Masked Payment Account: " + payment.GetMaskedPaymentAccount());
                Console.WriteLine("Card Type: " + payment.GetCardType());
                Console.WriteLine("Authorization Code: " + payment.GetAuthCode());
                Console.WriteLine("Error: " + payment.GetMessage());
BluePay Processing, LLC is a registered ISO of Wells Fargo Bank, N.A., Walnut Creek, CA, U.S.A.
BluePay Canada ULC, is a Registered ISO/MSP of Peoples Trust Company, Vancouver, Canada.