Global Payments .NET SDK
This SDK makes it easy to integrate your .NET application with our Card Not Present and Card Present APIs.
General / Omnichannel
- API Payment Processing
- Apple Pay & Google Pay
- Secure Card Storage & Customer Management
- Subscriptions / Recurring Billing Solutions
- Credit, Debit, Gift & Loyalty, and eCheck/ACH
Card Not Present (Ecommerce & MOTO) Specific
- Minimize PCI compliance requirements with Hosted Payment Solutions
- 140+ Authorization Currencies & 16 Settlement Currencies
- 150+ Local Payment Methods Worldwide
- Account Updater
- Inbuilt Fraud Prevention Rules
- 3D Secure, AVS and CVV Checks
- 260+ Global Enterprise Fraud Rules
Card Present (Terminal & POS) Specific
- Minimize PCI Compliance requirements with Semi-Integrated / Out of Scope devices
- Secure End-To-End Encryption
- .NET Standard 1.3 compatible project, for example:
- .NET Core 1.0+
- .NET Framework 4.6+
- Mono 4.6+
Installing the SDK into your solution is usually be done by either using NuGet, or by adding the project to your solution and creating a project reference.
The project is compiled with environments compatible with
dotnet tooling 2.0+ (e.g. Visual Studio 2017+) and requires .NET Standard version 1.3 or later.
To install via Nuget Manager Console:
To install via
To install via a Project Reference:
Documentation and Examples
In addition you can find working examples in the our example code repository.
Quick Tip: The included test suite can be a great source of code samples for using the SDK!
Process a Payment Example
Test Card Data
|Name||Number||Exp Month||Exp Year||CVN|
During your integration you will want to test for specific issuer responses such as 'Card Declined'. Because our sandbox environments do not actually reach out to issuing banks for authorizations, there are specific transaction amounts and/or card numbers that will trigger gateway and issuing bank responses. Please contact your support representative for a complete listing of values used to simulate transaction AVS/CVV results, declines, errors, and other responses that can be caught in your code. Example error handling code:
All our code is open sourced and we encourage fellow developers to contribute and help improve it!
- Fork it
- Create your feature branch (
git checkout -b my-new-feature)
- Ensure SDK tests are passing
- Commit your changes (‘git commit -am 'Add some feature’
Push to the branch (git push origin my-new-feature`)
- Create new Pull Request
This project is licensed under the GNU General Public License v2.0. Please see LICENSE.md located at the project's root for more details.
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