session-timeout-ui-ct

version 1.1, approval status: PENDING, submitted by rafaelrds 4 months ago

This is a fork of Grails Session Timeout UI Plugin, by Lim Chee Kin. The only additional functionality is cross-tab communication, which allows the plugin to be used in multiple tabs without trouble.

paypal-payments

version 0.1.1, approval status: PENDING, submitted by omasiri 18 hours ago

# paypal payments Accept and process payments with Paypal REST API ### Introduction The Paypal payments plugin simplifies the integration of Paypal into Grails applications. With this plugin, you are not required to be a Paypal sdk guru in order to accept payments. This guide documents how to use the plugin to process payments for Grails applications. ### Getting Started I will assume that you already have your Grails application designed and ready to accept payments. A demo application will be sufficient for this exercise. ####Create a Paypal account You will need to create a Paypal account and obtain API keys for a Paypal app. The Paypal app will represent your Grails application. To create a Paypal app, please visit [https://developer.paypal.com/developer/applications/](Paypal developer page) to create a sandbox account. The Sandbox account will allow you to play around with most of the API features available. It is also a good way to test your application integration before moving over to a live environment. ####Obtain your client id and client secret Obtain the API keys for your sandbox account/app and add it to your Grails config file [Config.groovy for grails 2.x and application.groovy for grails 3.x]. Here's what my config file looks like: paypal.email="[email protected]" paypal.clientId = 'your client id' paypal.sandbox.clientId = 'your client id' paypal.clientSecret = 'your client secret' paypal.sandbox.clientSecret ='your client secret' paypal.endpoint = "https://api.paypal.com" paypal.sandbox.endpoint = "https://api.sandbox.paypal.com" Notice that I added config for sandbox and live environment. The reason is to be able to switch between both environments during app development. ####Create a grails controller and add required actions Create a grails controller. Personally, I called my own controller PaypalController. grails create-controller com.mypackage.Paypal ####Add required actions Normally, Paypal payments requires three steps to complete. 1. Make approval request to paypal. 2. Approval - Customer approves the payment 3. Execution - Process response from Paypal in order to capture the payment. ### Approval Step For the approval step, here's my action inside my PaypalController. Inject paypalService into your controller like this... def paypalService And then create your Controller action import com.paypal.base.Constants ... def approve() { String clientId = grailsApplication.config.paypal.clientId String clientSecret = grailsApplication.config.paypal.clientSecret String endpoint = grailsApplication.config.paypal.endpoint Map sdkConfig = [(Constants.CLIENT_ID): clientId, (Constants.CLIENT_SECRET): clientSecret, (Constants.ENDPOINT): endpoint] def accessToken = paypalService.getAccessToken(clientId, clientSecret, sdkConfig) def apiContext = paypalService.getAPIContext(accessToken, sdkConfig) BigDecimal total = formatNumber(number: params.amount, minFractionDigits: 2) as BigDecimal def details = paypalService.createDetails(subtotal: "12.50") def amount = paypalService.createAmount(currency: currencyCode, total: "12.50", details: details) def transaction = paypalService.createTransaction(amount: amount, description: "your description", details: details) def transactions = [transaction] def payer = paypalService.createPayer(paymentMethod: 'paypal') def cancelUrl = "http://myexampleurl/cancel" def returnUrl = "http://mypaypalController/execute" def redirectUrls = paypalService.createRedirectUrls(cancelUrl: cancelUrl, returnUrl: returnUrl) def payment try { // create the paypal payment payment = paypalService.createPayment( payer: payer, intent: 'sale', transactionList: transactions, redirectUrls: redirectUrls, apiContext: apiContext) } catch (e) { flash.message = "Could not complete the transaction because: ${e.message ?: ''}" redirect controller: 'bill', action: "show", id: params.refId return } def approvalUrl = "" def retUrl = "" // retrieve links from returned paypal object for (Links links in payment?.links) { if (links?.rel == 'approval_url') { approvalUrl = links.href } if (links?.rel == 'return_url') { retUrl = links.href } } redirect url: approvalUrl ?: '/', method: 'POST' } ### Approval The customer will be redirected to the Paypal website for approval. After the customer approves or cancels the payment, Paypal will either call the returnUrl or cancelUrl you provided depending on what action the customer performs. def execute() { String clientId = grailsApplication.config.paypal.clientId String clientSecret = grailsApplication.config.paypal.clientSecret String endpoint = grailsApplication.config.paypal.endpoint Map sdkConfig = [:] //= grailsApplication.config.paypal.sdkConfig//[mode: 'live'] //sdkConfig['grant-type'] = "client_credentials" sdkConfig[Constants.CLIENT_ID] = clientId sdkConfig[Constants.CLIENT_SECRET] = clientSecret sdkConfig[Constants.ENDPOINT] = endpoint def accessToken = paypalService.getAccessToken(clientId, clientSecret, sdkConfig) def apiContext = paypalService.getAPIContext(accessToken, sdkConfig) //the paypal website will add params to the call to your app. Eg. PayerId, PaymentId // you will use the params to 'execute' the payment def paypalPayment = paypalService.createPaymentExecution(paymentId: params.paymentId, payerId: params.PayerID, apiContext) def map = new JsonSlurper().parseText(paypalPayment.toString()) redirect url: "to your url" } ### Authors and Contributors Omasirichukwu Joseph Udeinya (@omasiri) ### Support or Contact Please feel free to reach out to us for assistance with this plugin and we’ll help you sort it out.