Store Payment Information
This code steps you through the process of storing a customer's payment information securely with BluePay. The code returns a Transaction ID, which you can use as a token for future transactions. Depending on the interface you're using, the Transaction ID is either "Master ID" or "RRNO."
This process does not validate the credit card nor does it authorize payments. For that Go to: Run a credit card transaction, Authorize a credit card transaction
The following sample code calls a routine from our Code Library.
# BluePay Python Sample code.
# This code sample runs a $0.00 Credit Card Auth transaction
# against a customer using test payment information.
# This stores the customer's payment information securely in
# BluePay to be used for further transactions.
# Note: THIS DOES NOT ENSURE THAT THE CREDIT CARD OR ACH
# ACCOUNT IS VALID.
account_id = "Merchant's Account ID Here"
secret_key = "Merchant's Secret Key Here"
mode = "TEST"
store_payment = BluePay(
account_id = account_id,
secret_key = secret_key,
mode = mode
name1 = "Bob",
name2 = "Tester",
addr1 = "123 Test St.",
addr2 = "Apt #500",
city = "Testville",
state = "IL",
zipcode = "54321",
country = "USA"
card_number = "4111111111111111",
card_expire = "1215",
cvv2 = "123"
store_payment.auth(amount = "0.00")
# Makes the API Request
# Read response from BluePay
print 'Transaction Status: ' + store_payment.status_response
print 'Transaction Message: ' + store_payment.message_response
print 'Transaction ID: ' + store_payment.trans_id_response
print 'AVS Response: ' + store_payment.avs_code_response
print 'CVV2 Response: ' + store_payment.cvv2_code_response
print 'Masked Payment Account: ' + store_payment.masked_account_response
print 'Card Type: ' + store_payment.card_type_response
print 'Auth Code: ' + store_payment.auth_code_response