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REST API SDK for Python V2

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To consolidate support across various channels, we have currently turned off the feature of GitHub issues. Please visit https://www.paypal.com/support to submit your request or ask questions within our community forum.

Welcome to PayPal Python SDK. This repository contains PayPal's Python SDK and samples for v2/checkout/orders and v2/payments APIs.

This is a part of the next major PayPal SDK. It includes a simplified interface to only provide simple model objects and blueprints for HTTP calls. This repo currently contains functionality for PayPal Checkout APIs which includes Orders V2 and Payments V2.

Please refer to the PayPal Checkout Integration Guide for more information. Also refer to Setup your SDK for additional information about setting up the SDK's.

Prerequisites

Python 2.0+ or Python 3.0+

An environment which supports TLS 1.2 (see the TLS-update site for more information)

Requirements

PayPalHttp can be found at https://pypi.org/project/paypalhttp/

Usage

Binaries

It is not mandatory to fork this repository for using the PayPal SDK. You can refer PayPal Checkout Server SDK for configuring and working with SDK without forking this code.

For contributing or referring the samples, You can fork/refer this repository.

Setting up credentials

Get client ID and client secret by going to https://developer.paypal.com/developer/applications and generating a REST API app. Get Client ID and Secret from there.

from paypalcheckoutsdk.core import PayPalHttpClient, SandboxEnvironment


# Creating Access Token for Sandbox
client_id = "<<PAYPAL-CLIENT-ID>>"
client_secret = "<<PAYPAL-CLIENT-SECRET>>"
# Creating an environment
environment = SandboxEnvironment(client_id=client_id, client_secret=client_secret)
client = PayPalHttpClient(environment)

Examples

Creating an Order

Code:

from paypalcheckoutsdk.orders import OrdersCreateRequest
from paypalhttp import HttpError
# Construct a request object and set desired parameters
# Here, OrdersCreateRequest() creates a POST request to /v2/checkout/orders
request = OrdersCreateRequest()

request.prefer('return=representation')

request.request_body (
    {
        "intent": "CAPTURE",
        "purchase_units": [
            {
                "amount": {
                    "currency_code": "USD",
                    "value": "100.00"
                }
            }
        ]
    }
)

try:
    # Call API with your client and get a response for your call
    response = client.execute(request)
    print 'Order With Complete Payload:'
    print 'Status Code:', response.status_code
    print 'Status:', response.result.status
    print 'Order ID:', response.result.id
    print 'Intent:', response.result.intent
    print 'Links:'
    for link in response.result.links:
        print('\t{}: {}\tCall Type: {}'.format(link.rel, link.href, link.method))
        print 'Total Amount: {} {}'.format(response.result.purchase_units[0].amount.currency_code,
        response.result.purchase_units[0].amount.value)
        # If call returns body in response, you can get the deserialized version from the result attribute of the response
        order = response.result
        print order
except IOError as ioe:
    print ioe
    if isinstance(ioe, HttpError):
        # Something went wrong server-side
        print ioe.status_code

Example Output:

Order With Complete Payload:
Status Code: 201
Status: CREATED
Order ID: 3MY95906MP2707106
Intent: CAPTURE
Links:
    self: https://api.sandbox.paypal.com/v2/checkout/orders/3MY95906MP2707106   Call Type: GET
Total Amount: USD 100.00
<class 'paypalhttp.http_response.Result'>
    approve: https://www.sandbox.paypal.com/checkoutnow?token=3MY95906MP2707106 Call Type: GET
Total Amount: USD 100.00
<class 'paypalhttp.http_response.Result'>
    update: https://api.sandbox.paypal.com/v2/checkout/orders/3MY95906MP2707106 Call Type: PATCH
Total Amount: USD 100.00
<class 'paypalhttp.http_response.Result'>
    capture: https://api.sandbox.paypal.com/v2/checkout/orders/3MY95906MP2707106/capture    Call Type: POST
Total Amount: USD 100.00
<class 'paypalhttp.http_response.Result'>

Capturing an Order

After approving order above using approve link

Code:

from paypalcheckoutsdk.orders import OrdersCaptureRequest
# Here, OrdersCaptureRequest() creates a POST request to /v2/checkout/orders
# Replace APPROVED-ORDER-ID with the actual approved order id.
request = OrdersCaptureRequest("APPROVED-ORDER-ID")

try:
    # Call API with your client and get a response for your call
    response = client.execute(request)

    # If call returns body in response, you can get the deserialized version from the result attribute of the response
    order = response.result.id
except IOError as ioe:
    if isinstance(ioe, HttpError):
        # Something went wrong server-side
        print ioe.status_code
        print ioe.headers
    print ioe
    else:
        # Something went wrong client side
        print ioe

Example Output:

Status Code:  201
Status:  COMPLETED
Order ID:  7F845507FB875171H
Links:
    self: https://api.sandbox.paypal.com/v2/checkout/orders/70779998U8897342J   Call Type: GET
Buyer:
    Email Address: test-buyer@live.com
    Name: test buyer
    Phone Number: 408-411-2134

Running tests

To run integration tests using your client id and secret, clone this repository and run the following command:

$ pip install nose # if not already installed
$ PAYPAL_CLIENT_ID=your_client_id PAYPAL_CLIENT_SECRET=your_client_secret nosetests --exe

Samples

You can start off by trying out creating and capturing an order

To try out different samples for both create and authorize intent check this link

Note: Update the paypal_client.py with your sandbox client credentials or pass your client credentials as environment variable whie executing the samples.

License

Code released under SDK LICENSE

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