This article describes the parameters used for customizing and rendering Payment Pages 2.0.
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The following table lists the client parameters supported for all types of Payment Pages 2.0.
The initial authorization amount.
Specify a numeric value greater than 0.
This value overrides the default authorization amount set for the specific payment gateway.
This amount will be automatically voided unless used in conjunction with 3D Secure.
List of ISO alpha-3 country codes to not be displayed from the default list of countries. If countryBlackList is used, countryWhiteList must not be used.
List of ISO alpha-3 country codes to be displayed from the default list of countries. If countryWhiteList is used, countryBlackList must not be used.
The currency in which the initial authorization should be done. Specify a 3-letter ISO currency code.
This value overrides the default currency in the tenant when creating a payment method without a Billing Account.
If field_accountId is set, then the currency on the Account is used, regardless of the value passed here.
If both "field_currency" and "param_gwOptions_purchaseTotals_currency" are given, the "param_gwOptions_purchaseTotals_currency" parameter takes precedence over "field_currency."
Zuora Id of the customer account.
A payment method can be tied to a Zuora account using this parameter. A standalone payment method is deleted if it is not associated with a Zuora account within 240 hours.
|field_deviceSessionId||Optional||The session ID of the user when the Payment Method was created or updated. Some gateways use this field for fraud prevention.|
|field_gatewayName||Optional||The name of the payment gateway. Zuora recommends that you use the
|Optional||Specifies the number of allowable consecutive failures Zuora attempts with the payment method before stopping.|
Fields values to be sent back to the callback function or callback URL.
Use the fields when you want information not captured in your Payment Page form to be returned to the callback path, e.g., internal confirmation numbers, version test codes. etc.
|field_paymentRetryWindow||Optional||The retry interval setting, which prevents making a payment attempt if the last failed attempt was within the last specified number of hours|
|field_useDefaultRetryRule||Optional||Determines whether to use the default retry rules configured in the Payments settings.|
|id||Required||ID of the Payment Pages 2.0 form configured. Id can be obtained from the link on page list view. See Generate the Digital Signature for Payment Pages 2.0 about retrieving the form id.|
Public key for encryption. The key can be generated from the configuration UI or from the
See Generate the Digital Signature for Payment Pages 2.0 about obtaining the public key through the REST API.
See Configure Payment Pages 2.0 about obtaining the public key in the Zuora UI.
Locale ID of the Payment Pages 2.0 form, such as, "en", "fr_CA".
Defaults to "en" if no corresponding resource bundle is available. See Translate and Localize Payment Pages 2.0 about uploading a resource bundle and assigning a locale to the resource bundle.
Payment gateway-specific information.
When the Payment Page is submitted, this option is submitted to the associated payment gateway. [option] is a gateway option for the specific payment gateway.
See below for more information about these options.
Name of the payment gateway as set up in Payment Settings. Overrides the default gateway you set up during the Payment Page configuration.
Zuora recommends that you use this field instead of the
This parameter is used only for the inline style Payment Pages 2.0 forms with the external submit button.
Set to "true" to restore previously entered information to the Payment Pages 2.0 form when the form has an error upon submission.
Sensitive information, such as credit card number and card security code (CVV), is not saved and is always cleared when the form is reloaded.
Default is "false" which clears all the form fields upon reloading.
See Error Handling for Payment Pages 2.0 for detail information about the parameter.
|signature||Required||Digital signature generated by the
Type of the digital signature generated for the callback page. Zuora supports the basic and advanced signatures for Payment Pages 2.0.
Set this to "advanced" to request Zuora to generate the advanced signature in the callback response. By default the basic signature is used in the callback response.
This parameter is applicable only for the advanced implementation with the Submit button outside of Payment Pages.
Rendering style of the Payment Pages 2.0 form. Allowed values are:
Flag to indicate that page submission is handled by Zuora or by the client site. The allowed values are:
This setting is applicable only to the inline style forms and ignored for the overlay style forms.
|tenantId||Required||Unique ID of your Zuora tenant|
|token||Required||Token generated from the
Value of the Hosted Page URL field on the Payment Pages 2.0 configuration page.
Even if you include the 1.0.0 version of the Zuora library, you should not encode the url value.
See Preview Payment Pages 2.0 for retrieving this value.
Using the Gateway Options fields, you can submit additional information to the payment gateway associated with the Payment Page. The Payment Pages 2.0 forms can take key-value pairs to be sent as part of the gateway options when the payment method is created. Use the following format to append the key-value pairs:
For example, if you want to change the currency of the credit card authorization call from the default currency for the CyberSource gateway, you can set the following parameter to change the authorization request from the default currency, AUD, to JPY. CyberSource uses the purchaseTotals_currency key to set the currency:
The Gateway Options feature is not supported by all gateways that are integrated with Zuora. For example, Ingenico ePayments does not support Gateway Options, and customers cannot use multi-currency on the Payment Pages with Ingenico ePayments. For this gateway, Zuora sends the tenant-level default currency.
The following gateways support Gateway Options:
- Adyen Integration v2.0
- CyberSource Token
- Ingenico ePayments
- Merchant e-Solutions
- Orbital (Chase Paymentech)
- PayPal Adaptive Payments
- Vantiv (Now Worldpay)
For information about extra parameters that can be supported by each gateway and the appropriate key to use in the key-value pairs, refer to your gateway documentation. Zuora sends all the information that you specify to the gateway.
Credit Card Type Payment Pages
The following table lists the client parameter specifically supported for the Credit Card type of Payment Pages 2.0.
This parameter overrides the credit card "Accepted Types" set up for your payment gateway. Supported values are:
Specify a comma-separated list of values with no space in between, e.g., "AmericanExpress, Visa, MasterCard". Payment Page will display the specified credit card type icons in the order given in the value.
If you do not specify this parameter, the credit card "Accepted Types" displays the following credit card types by default:
Use this parameter to block end users in blacklisted cities from creating credit card payment methods. If end users specify blacklisted cities in the City field when entering their credit card information, an error message is displayed and the payment method cannot be created.
Note that you can also localize the blacklist cities and error messages.
Use this parameter to always allow end users in whitelisted cities to create credit card payment methods.
Note that you can also localize the whitelisted cities and error messages.
Use this parameter to allow end customers to view and edit their existing credit card payment method information, and re-authenticate the credit card upon submission.
Except for card number and cardholder name, all other credit card fields are available for editing.
Bank Transfer - Direct Debit Type Payment Pages
The following table lists the client parameters specifically supported for the Bank Transfer - Direct Debit type of Payment Pages 2.0.
|field_bankBranchCode||Optional||The branch code of the direct debit bank|
|field_bankCheckDigit||Optional||The check digit in the international bank account number, which confirms the validity of the account|
|field_bankCity||Optional||The city of the direct debit bank|
|field_bankPostalCode||Optional||The zip code or postal code of the direct debit bank|
|field_bankStreetName||Optional||The name of the street of the direct debit bank|
|field_bankStreetNumber||Optional||The number of the direct debit bank|
|field_businessIdentificationCode||Optional||The business identification code for direct payment methods|
|field_IBAN||Optional||The International Bank Account Number|