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Checkout.com PHP SDK
Version 3.0.0 is here!
We improved the initialization of SDK making it easier to understand the available options.
NASaccounts are the default instance for the SDK and
ABCstructure was moved to a
If you have been using this SDK before, you may find the following important changes:
- Marketplace module was moved to Accounts module, same for classes and references.
- In most cases, IDE can help you determine from where to import, but if you’re still having issues don't hesitate to open a ticket.
:rocket: Please check in GitHub releases for all the versions available.
:book: Checkout our official documentation.
:books: Check out our official API documentation guide, where you can also find more usage examples.
How to use the SDK
This SDK can be used with two different pair of API keys provided by Checkout. However, using different API keys imply using specific API features. Please find in the table below the types of keys that can be used within this SDK.
|Public Key (example)
|Secret Key (example)
Note: sandbox keys have a
test_ identifier, for Default and Previous accounts respectively.
PLEASE NEVER SHARE OR PUBLISH YOUR CHECKOUT CREDENTIALS.
If you don't have your own API keys, you can sign up for a test account here.
Default keys client instantiation can be done as follows:
The SDK supports client credentials OAuth, when initialized as follows:
If your pair of keys matches the Previous type, this is how the SDK should be used:
For operations that require file upload (Disputes or Marketplace) the configuration
extension=fileinfo must be enabled in the
All the API responses that do not fall in the 2** status codes, the SDK will throw a
The exception encapsulates
$error_details, if available.
Building from source
Once you check out the code from GitHub, the project can be built using composer:
The execution of integration tests require the following environment variables set in your system:
- For default account systems (NAS):
- For default account systems (OAuth):
- For Previous account systems (ABC):
Code of Conduct
Please refer to Code of Conduct