CV Connect integration

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Introduction

Chèques-Vacances Connect (CV Connect) is a digital holiday voucher payment method issued by French public institution ANCV.

Available for payments above 20€, the user needs a CV Connect account and mobile payment app to finalize the purchase.

First, user selects CV Connect as payment method, fills in username and validates form.

An initial authorization request of the basket total amount is now expected by Dalenys.

You are then notified by Dalenys platform with a temporary transaction status EXECCODE = 0003.

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Upon reception of EXECCODE = 0003 (waiting for approval), user is expected to authorize payment directly in CV Connect mobile app.

CV Connect mobile app then notifies user for login & purchase finalization.

info

authorization is rejected (EXECCODE = 5002) if user account is blocked or CV Connect mobile app is missing.

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authorization is rejected (EXECCODE = 4013) if user account is not valid.

Once logged in, the user adjusts the amount paid with CV Connect (vouchers) and validates operation with secret code authentication.

Dalenys now notifies you with the definitive authorization status and amount.

warning

Authorization times out (EXECCODE = 4017) when in-app payment finalization exceeds 250 seconds.

A capture is needed within 24 hours to confirm CV Connect payment.

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authorization expiration notification is sent (EXECCODE = 4015) after 24 hours without capture. If capture is requested above 24 hours, it will be rejected (EXECCODE = 2005).

Compatible operations and options

Server to server integration

In this mode, you have to send a POST request containing your order’s parameters over HTTPS to the Dalenys platform.

Authorization

Example

Here is a server to server request example:

$> curl --request POST --url "https://secure-test.dalenys.com/front/service/rest/process" \
--data "method=Authorization" \
--data "params[IDENTIFIER]=Demo Shop" \
--data "params[OPERATIONTYPE]=Authorization" \
--data "params[ORDERID]=1234" \
--data "params[AMOUNT]=1000" \
--data "params[CLIENTIDENT]=john.snow" \
--data "params[CLIENTEMAIL]=john.snow@example.com" \
--data "params[CLIENTUSERAGENT]=Mozilla/5.0 (Windows NT 6.1; WOW64; rv:47.0) Gecko/20100101 Firefox/47.0" \
--data "params[CLIENTIP]=10.1.1.1" \
--data "params[CLIENTBENEFICIARYID]=john.snow@example.com" \
--data "params[DESCRIPTION]=Knows nothing" \
--data "params[HASH]=15477dcb8687adf90fa51e418f3c1a2d025f40b177a978c2734514734633b3c4" \
--data "params[VERSION]=3.0" \

Parameters

  • AMOUNT integer

    The transaction amount in the smallest money decimal (e.g. cents for euro).

    Example: 1000

  • BILLINGADDRESS string(1-50)

    The billing address. Be careful not to integrate any line breaks.

    Example: 285 Fulton Street

  • BILLINGCITY string(1-255)

    The billing city.

    Example: New York

  • BILLINGCOUNTRY string(2)

    The country code (ISO_3166-1_alpha-2).

    Example: US

  • BILLINGFIRSTNAME string(1-15)

    The first name part of the billing address.

    Example: John

  • BILLINGLASTNAME string(1-15)

    The last name part of the billing address.

    Example: Doe

  • BILLINGPHONE string(1-32)

    Billing phone number in international (E.164) format.

    Example: +33111111111

  • BILLINGPOSTALCODE string(1-9)

    The billing postal code.

    Example: 10007

  • CARDFULLNAME string(1-255)

    The holder’s full name (as described on the payment method).

    Example: JOHN SNOW

  • CART[X][DISCOUNT] float

    Applied discount in percentage. The decimal separator is the dot symbol.

    Example: 10.5

  • CART[X][FEES] integer

    Marketplace fees in cents.

    Example: 2000

  • CART[X][MERCHANTITEMID] string

    Item ID in the merchant system.

    Example: REF-123456

  • CART[X][NAME] string

    Item name.

    Example: Laser printer

  • CART[X][PRICE] int

    Unit price in cents, including potential taxes and discounts.

    Example: 20000

  • CART[X][QUANTITY] integer

    Quantity of this item.

    Example: 3

  • CART[X][SUBMERCHANTEXTERNALID] string

    Submerchant account identifier in the marketplace. This field allow a special value “OPERATOR” when the item is sold by the marketplace itself (and not a sub-merchant).

    Example: shop1.com

  • CART[X][TAX] float

    Applied taxes in percentage. The decimal separator is the dot symbol.

    Example: 19.5

  • CART[X][TOTALAMOUNT] integer

    Total amount based on PRICE, QUANTITY. Also FEES when applied.

    Example: 60000

  • CLIENTADDRESS string(1-510)

    The user’s address.

    Example: 285 Fulton Street.

  • CLIENTBENEFICIARYID int (11) or email

    The user’s identifier for this payment method.

    Example: john.snow@example.com

  • CLIENTDOB date(YYYY-MM-DD)

    The user’s date of birth.

    Example: 1982-06-20

  • CLIENTEMAIL email(5-255)

    The user’s email.

    Example: john.snow@example.com

  • CLIENTIDENT string(1-255)

    Unique identifier of the user in your application (e.g. a login or a primary key).

    Example: john.snow

  • CLIENTIP ipv4

    The user’s public IP address.

    Example: 10.1.1.1

  • CLIENTREFERRER string(1-255)

    The user’s HTTP referrer URL.

    Example: https://your_shop.com/order?id=1234

  • CLIENTUSERAGENT string(1-255)

    The HTTP user agent.

    Example: Mozilla/5.0 (Windows NT 6.1; WOW64; rv:47.0) Gecko/20100101 Firefox/47.0

  • DESCRIPTION string(1-510)

    A short description of the operation, can be used to trigger fraud actions. Don’t hesitate to ask your Payment Manager for some advice on this topic.

    Example: Knows nothing

  • EXTRADATA string(1-255)

    Free field (Dalenys will send you back the content of the EXTRADATA you specified ahead).

    Example: referrer=myshop.com;order=premium

  • HASH string(64)

    The transaction’s hash as described in the dedicated section.

    Example: 15477dcb8687adf90fa51e418f3c1a2d025f40b177a978c2734514734633b3c4

  • IDENTIFIER string(1-32)

    Your processing account technical identifier.

    Example: Demo Shop

  • METADATA string(1-255)

    Additional transactional data. Contact your account manager for more informations.

    Example: @METADATA-MYWEBSITE

  • OPERATIONTYPE Authorization

    The action you want to process.

    Example: payment

  • ORDERID string(1-40)

    Unique ID associated to an order in the merchant’s database (as specified in your initial POST request)

    Example: 1234

  • SHIPTOADDRESS string(1-50)

    The shipping address.

    Example: 55 rue de la liberté

  • SHIPTOCOUNTRY string(2)

    The country code (ISO_3166-1_alpha-2 format)

    Example: US

  • SHIPTOFIRSTNAME string(1-15)

    Holder’s first name in the shipping address.

    Example: John

  • SHIPTOLASTNAME string(1-30)

    Holder’s last name in the shipping address.

    Example: Doe

  • SHIPTOPHONE string(1-32)

    Shipping phone number in international (E.164) format.

    Example: +33111111111

  • SHIPTOPOSTALCODE string(1-9)

    The shipping postal code.

    Example: 10007

  • VERSION 3.0

    The API protocol version.

    Example: 3.0

Request result

Here is the request result from the platform:

  • DESCRIPTOR string

    The transaction label sent to the bank network. The transaction will display with this label on the user’s bank statement.

    Example: myshop.com

  • EXECCODE string(4)

    The operation result code. (See the complete list of execution code)

    Example: 0000

  • MESSAGE string(no length limit)

    The operation result description linked to EXECCODE.

    Example: The transaction has been accepted

  • OPERATIONTYPE Authorization

    The action you want to process.

    Example: payment

  • TRANSACTIONID string(1-32)

    Unique Dalenys transaction ID. Make sure to store this ID in your database.

    Example: A1123456

Notification result parameters

Please see the dedicated section about notification and redirection

Here is the request result from the platform:

  • AMOUNT integer

    The transaction amount in the smallest money decimal (e.g. cents for euro).

    Example: 1000

  • CLIENTEMAIL email(5-255)

    The user’s email.

    Example: john.snow@example.com

  • CLIENTIDENT string(1-255)

    Unique identifier of the user in your application (e.g. a login or a primary key).

    Example: john.snow

  • CURRENCY string(3)

    Currency code (ISO 4217 format).

    Example: EUR

  • DESCRIPTOR string

    The transaction label sent to the bank network. The transaction will display with this label on the user’s bank statement.

    Example: myshop.com

  • EXECCODE string(4)

    The operation result code. (See the complete list of execution code)

    Example: 0000

  • HASH string(64)

    The transaction’s hash as described in the dedicated section.

    Example: 15477dcb8687adf90fa51e418f3c1a2d025f40b177a978c2734514734633b3c4

  • IDENTIFIER string(1-32)

    Your processing account technical identifier.

    Example: YOUR_IDENTIFIER

  • LANGUAGE fr, en, de, es, it, nl, zh, ru, pt, sk

    Configure the hosted form display language.

    Example: en

  • MESSAGE string(no length limit)

    The operation result description linked to EXECCODE.

    Example: The transaction has been accepted

  • OPERATIONTYPE authorization

    The action you want to process.

    Example: payment

  • ORDERID string(1-40)

    Unique ID associated to an order in the merchant’s database (as specified in your initial POST request)

    Example: 1234

  • TRANSACTIONID string(1-32)

    Unique Dalenys transaction ID. Make sure to store this ID in your database.

    Example: A1123456

  • VERSION 3.0

    The API protocol version.

    Example: 3.0

Capture

Authorizations have to be captured by a server to server request.

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You can only capture a succeeded authorization transaction and an authorization can only be captured once.

warning

A capture must be triggered within 1 day of an authorization, otherwise capture will fail.

Example

Here is a server to server request example:

$> curl --request POST --url "https://secure-test.dalenys.com/front/service/rest/process" \
--data "method=capture" \
--data "params[IDENTIFIER]=Demo Shop" \
--data "params[OPERATIONTYPE]=capture" \
--data "params[TRANSACTIONID]=A1123456" \
--data "params[ORDERID]=1234" \
--data "params[DESCRIPTION]=Knows nothing" \
--data "params[VERSION]=3.0" \
--data "params[HASH]=15477dcb8687adf90fa51e418f3c1a2d025f40b177a978c2734514734633b3c4" \

Parameters

  • AMOUNT integer

    The amount to refund. When not specified, refund 100% of the initial transaction resting amount. Could not be higher than the resting amount.

    Example: 1000

  • DESCRIPTION string(1-510)

    A short description of the operation, can be used to trigger fraud actions. Don’t hesitate to ask your Payment Manager for some advice on this topic.

    Example: Knows nothing

  • EXTRADATA string(1-255)

    Free field (Dalenys will send you back the content of the EXTRADATA you specified ahead).

    Example: referrer=myshop.com;order=premium

  • HASH string(64)

    The transaction’s hash as described in the dedicated section.

    Example: 15477dcb8687adf90fa51e418f3c1a2d025f40b177a978c2734514734633b3c4

  • IDENTIFIER string(1-32)

    Your processing account technical identifier.

    Example: Demo Shop

  • OPERATIONTYPE capture

    The action you want to process.

    Example: payment

  • ORDERID string(1-40)

    Unique ID associated to an order in the merchant’s database (as specified in your initial POST request)

    Example: 1234

  • TRANSACTIONID string(1-32)

    The payment’s TRANSACTIONID you want to capture.

    Example: A1123456

  • VERSION 3.0

    The API protocol version.

    Example: 3.0

Request result

Here is the request result from the platform:

  • DESCRIPTOR string

    The transaction label sent to the bank network. The transaction will display with this label on the user’s bank statement.

    Example: myshop.com

  • EXECCODE string(4)

    The operation result code. (See the complete list of execution code)

    Example: 0000

  • MESSAGE string(no length limit)

    The operation result description linked to EXECCODE.

    Example: The transaction has been accepted

  • OPERATIONTYPE capture

    The action you want to process.

    Example: payment

  • TRANSACTIONID string(1-32)

    Unique Dalenys transaction ID. Make sure to store this ID in your database.

    Example: A1123456

Notification result parameters

Here is the request result from the platform:

  • AMOUNT integer

    The transaction amount in the smallest money decimal (e.g. cents for euro).

    Example: 1000

  • CLIENTEMAIL email(5-255)

    The user’s email.

    Example: john.snow@example.com

  • CLIENTIDENT string(1-255)

    Unique identifier of the user in your application (e.g. a login or a primary key).

    Example: john.snow

  • CURRENCY string(3)

    Currency code (ISO 4217 format).

    Example: EUR

  • DESCRIPTOR string

    The transaction label sent to the bank network. The transaction will display with this label on the user’s bank statement.

    Example: myshop.com

  • EXECCODE string(4)

    The operation result code. (See the complete list of execution code)

    Example: 0000

  • HASH string(64)

    The transaction’s hash as described in the dedicated section.

    Example: 15477dcb8687adf90fa51e418f3c1a2d025f40b177a978c2734514734633b3c4

  • IDENTIFIER string(1-32)

    Your processing account technical identifier.

    Example: YOUR_IDENTIFIER

  • LANGUAGE fr, en, de, es, it, nl, zh, ru, pt, sk

    Configure the hosted form display language.

    Example: en

  • MESSAGE string(no length limit)

    The operation result description linked to EXECCODE.

    Example: The transaction has been accepted

  • OPERATIONTYPE capture

    The action you want to process.

    Example: payment

  • ORDERID string(1-40)

    Unique ID associated to an order in the merchant’s database (as specified in your initial POST request)

    Example: 1234

  • TRANSACTIONID string(1-32)

    Unique Dalenys transaction ID. Make sure to store this ID in your database.

    Example: A1123456

  • VERSION 3.0

    The API protocol version.

    Example: 3.0

Void

Voids have to be captured by a server to server request.

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Remember that only the last operation of a transaction history can be voided (ie an authorization can’t be voided if it’s already been captured).

Example

Here is a server to server request example:

$> curl --request POST --url "https://secure-test.dalenys.com/front/service/rest/process" \
--data "method=void" \
--data "params[IDENTIFIER]=Demo Shop" \
--data "params[OPERATIONTYPE]=void" \
--data "params[TRANSACTIONID]=A1123456" \
--data "params[ORDERID]=1234" \
--data "params[DESCRIPTION]=Knows nothing" \
--data "params[VERSION]=3.0" \
--data "params[HASH]=15477dcb8687adf90fa51e418f3c1a2d025f40b177a978c2734514734633b3c4" \

Parameters

  • DESCRIPTION string(1-510)

    A short description of the operation, can be used to trigger fraud actions. Don’t hesitate to ask your Payment Manager for some advice on this topic.

    Example: Knows nothing

  • EXTRADATA string(1-255)

    Free field (Dalenys will send you back the content of the EXTRADATA you specified ahead).

    Example: referrer=myshop.com;order=premium

  • HASH string(64)

    The transaction’s hash as described in the dedicated section.

    Example: 15477dcb8687adf90fa51e418f3c1a2d025f40b177a978c2734514734633b3c4

  • IDENTIFIER string(1-32)

    Your processing account technical identifier.

    Example: Demo Shop

  • OPERATIONTYPE void

    The action you want to process.

    Example: payment

  • ORDERID string(1-40)

    Unique ID associated to an order in the merchant’s database (as specified in your initial POST request)

    Example: 1234

  • TRANSACTIONID string(1-32)

    The payment’s TRANSACTIONID you want to void.

    Example: A1123456

  • VERSION 3.0

    The API protocol version.

    Example: 3.0

Request result

Here is the request result from the platform:

  • DESCRIPTOR string

    The transaction label sent to the bank network. The transaction will display with this label on the user’s bank statement.

    Example: myshop.com

  • EXECCODE string(4)

    The operation result code. (See the complete list of execution code)

    Example: 0000

  • MESSAGE string(no length limit)

    The operation result description linked to EXECCODE.

    Example: The transaction has been accepted

  • OPERATIONTYPE void

    The action you want to process.

    Example: payment

  • TRANSACTIONID string(1-32)

    Unique Dalenys transaction ID. Make sure to store this ID in your database.

    Example: A1123456

Notification result parameters

Here is the request result from the platform:

  • AMOUNT integer

    The transaction amount in the smallest money decimal (e.g. cents for euro).

    Example: 1000

  • CLIENTEMAIL email(5-255)

    The user’s email.

    Example: john.snow@example.com

  • CLIENTIDENT string(1-255)

    Unique identifier of the user in your application (e.g. a login or a primary key).

    Example: john.snow

  • CURRENCY string(3)

    Currency code (ISO 4217 format).

    Example: EUR

  • DESCRIPTOR string

    The transaction label sent to the bank network. The transaction will display with this label on the user’s bank statement.

    Example: myshop.com

  • EXECCODE string(4)

    The operation result code. (See the complete list of execution code)

    Example: 0000

  • HASH string(64)

    The transaction’s hash as described in the dedicated section.

    Example: 15477dcb8687adf90fa51e418f3c1a2d025f40b177a978c2734514734633b3c4

  • IDENTIFIER string(1-32)

    Your processing account technical identifier.

    Example: YOUR_IDENTIFIER

  • LANGUAGE fr, en, de, es, it, nl, zh, ru, pt, sk

    Configure the hosted form display language.

    Example: en

  • MESSAGE string(no length limit)

    The operation result description linked to EXECCODE.

    Example: The transaction has been accepted

  • OPERATIONTYPE void

    The action you want to process.

    Example: payment

  • ORDERID string(1-40)

    Unique ID associated to an order in the merchant’s database (as specified in your initial POST request)

    Example: 1234

  • TRANSACTIONID string(1-32)

    Unique Dalenys transaction ID. Make sure to store this ID in your database.

    Example: A1123456

  • VERSION 3.0

    The API protocol version.

    Example: 3.0