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OnlinePayment::HTTPS(3) User Contributed Perl Documentation OnlinePayment::HTTPS(3)
 

Business::OnlinePayment::HTTPS - Base class for HTTPS payment APIs

  package Business::OnlinePayment::MyProcessor;
  use base qw(Business::OnlinePayment::HTTPS);
  
  sub submit {
      my $self = shift;
  
      #...
  
      # pass a list (order is preserved, if your gateway needs that)
      ( $page, $response, %reply_headers )
          = $self->https_get( field => 'value', ... );
  
      # or a hashref
      my %hash = ( field => 'value', ... );
      ( $page, $response_code, %reply_headers )
            = $self->https_get( \%hash );
  
      #...
  }

This is a base class for HTTPS based gateways, providing useful code for implementors of HTTPS payment APIs.
It depends on Net::HTTPS::Any, which in turn depends on Net::SSLeay _or_ ( Crypt::SSLeay and LWP::UserAgent ).

https_get [ \%options ] HASHREF | FIELD => VALUE, ...
Accepts parameters as either a hashref or a list of fields and values. In the latter case, ordering is preserved (see Tie::IxHash to do so when passing a hashref).
Returns a list consisting of the page content as a string, the HTTP response code and message (i.e. "200 OK" or "404 Not Found"), and a list of key/value pairs representing the HTTP response headers.
The options hashref supports setting headers:
  {
      headers => { 'X-Header1' => 'value', ... },
  }
    
https_post [ \%options ] SCALAR | HASHREF | FIELD => VALUE, ...
Accepts form fields and values as either a hashref or a list. In the latter case, ordering is preserved (see Tie::IxHash to do so when passing a hashref).
Also accepts instead a simple scalar containing the raw content.
Returns a list consisting of the page content as a string, the HTTP response code and message (i.e. "200 OK" or "404 Not Found"), and a list of key/value pairs representing the HTTP response headers.
The options hashref supports setting headers and Content-Type:
  {
      headers => { 'X-Header1' => 'value', ... },
      Content-Type => 'text/namevalue',
  }
    

Business::OnlinePayment, Net::HTTPS::Any
2012-05-04 perl v5.28.1

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