npm install securenet-js --save
The following features are supported:
Initialize the payment gateway client:
var config =credentials:secureNetId: ' your SecureNet Id ' //provided via signup emailsecureNetKey: ' your SecureNet secure Key ' //provided inside virtual terminaldeveloperApplication:developerId: 12345678 // provided by SecureNet after certificationversion: '1.2'mode: 'live' //live or test;var SecureNet = ;var payos = config;
See the unit tests for common application workflows.
We are using Mocha for unit testing.
The unit test spec requires you to set your api credentials as environment variables.
export SECURENET_ID=xxxxexport SECURENET_SECURE_KEY=yyyy
Install with npm:
$ npm install -g mocha$ npm install -g chai
Run unit tests:
$ npm test
$ npm install istanbul -g$ istanbul cover _mocha
npm install -g eslinteslint .
I have identified the following feature limitations with SecureNet's payment gateway.
During tokenization errors their documentation indicates the response parameters will return
resultType. However, during testing on the sandbox their api only seemed to return 'BAD_REQUEST' which does not allow for field specific error messages.
During tokenization you can immediately save the customer and payment method into the vault (addToVault = true). However, if there customer or the payment method fail to be saved in the vault response paramers will return success = true. You need to look for the presence of the customerId and paymentMethodId in order to confirm the customer and payment method was saved in the vault. Their is no error message return in this case to indicate why the customer or payment method was not saved in the vault. This makes messaging to the end user difficult.
The original author of securenet-node is Richard Stanford.
The current lead maintainer is Dan Hollenbeck.