Digital Wallets

Google Pay on the Web

Google Pay is a digital wallet solution provided by participating banks and supported by Google. It allows users to store cards from participating banks. To learn more about Google Pay, please visit https://pay.google.com/about/.

Initiating a transaction (Checkout Process)
The checkout process for Google Pay can be initiated with a “Google Pay” button that you place on your website either as a specifically alternative checkout option or next to other payment methods that you offer.

When consumers click this button, you construct a 'Sale' or 'PreAuth' transaction request, with the required parameters including the payment method parameter. This will take your customers to a hosted page from where they can be redirected to the Google Pay payment screen, with list of cards added to customer Google Pay wallet. Selecting the card by customers from the list and clicking the ‘Pay’ button would complete the payment.

Alternatively, you can let your customer select the payment method on the Gateway’s hosted payment method selection page. If you prefer that option, simply do not submit the payment method parameter.

Apple Pay on the Web

Apple Pay on the web allows making purchases on the web in browser Safari on your iPhone, iPad, or Mac, you can use Apple Pay without having to create an account or fill out lengthy forms. Moreover, with Touch ID on MacBook Air and MacBook Pro, paying takes just a touch and is quicker, easier, and more secure than ever before. To learn more about Apple Pay on the web, please visit https://developer.apple.com/documentation/apple pay_on_the_web.

Initiating a transaction (Checkout Process)
The checkout process for Apple Pay on web can be initiated in Safari browser with “Apple Pay” button that you place on your website either as a specifically alternative checkout option or next to other payment methods that you offer.

When consumers click this button, you construct a 'Sale' or 'PreAuth' transaction request, with the required parameters including the payment method parameter. This will take your customers to a hosted page from where they can be redirected directly to the Apple Pay payment screen, with list of cards added to customers’ Apple Pay wallet. Selecting the card by customers from the list and authenticate using Touch id/Face id on Apple device would complete the payment.

Alternatively, you can let your customer select the payment method on the Gateway’s hosted payment method selection page. If you prefer that option, simply do not submit the payment method parameter.

Apple Pay on the web transaction can only be initiated with Apple’s Safari browser and authorization from an iOS device like iPhone, Apple Watch or MacBook.

The generic fields to be considered:

Field Name

Mandatory / Optional

Description

checkoutoption

Mandatory

Set the value for this parameter to ‘combinedpage’

paymentMethod

Optional

Set the value for this parameter to ‘googlePay’ or ‘applePay’

If you do not submit this parameter, the Gateway will display a page to your consumer to choose from the payment methods activated for your store.


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