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Client side integration: JavaScriptAndroidiOS

This page explains the steps to integrate Client Side Encryption with your payment pages using JavaScript.

If you're using require.js, click here.

  1. Create your RSA key pair, and access your key

  2. Include the Worldpay CSE JavaScript Library

  3. Set the public key

  4. Implement a callback function to handle errors

  5. Set up the encryption function

  6. Implement the form

Note:  View our JavaScript terms of use here.

Create your RSA key pair

CSE works using a 2048 bit RSA key pair which is made up of a public key and a private key. The public key must be supplied to the CSE library, and is used to encrypt the sensitive card details.

The private key exists within a secure environment at Worldpay. It is never transmitted and is not visible to any member of staff at Worldpay.

To create a key pair:

  1. Log in to the Merchant Admin Interface (MAI) and click Client Side Encryption in the left panel.

  2. Enter the description of the key, and then click Generate key.

    The key pair has now been generated, and you'll be able to use the public key to encrypt card details.

Note:  You can create more than one key. This is useful, for example, if you want to roll your keys to change them after a period of time. You can also disable a disused key. To learn more see Key Rotation.

Access your key

To build the key into your payment page, you must view it:

  1. Click View key on the key you wish to view. You'll be taken to a page which shows the key in two different formats:

    1. Public key

      This is the whole key in its entirety.

    2. JavaScript formatted key

      This is your formatted key. It has been formatted to allow you to simply copy it into your payment page.

  2. Click the Client Side Encryption button at the bottom of the page to return to the main page.

Note:  Although sensitive information is encrypted, there is no change in the way Worldpay processes a payment.

Include the Worldpay CSE JavaScript Library

For CSE to work, reference the Worldpay CSE JavaScript library. There are two ways to do this.

  • Automatically reference the latest version of the current major release:

<script src="https://payments.worldpay.com/resources/cse/js/worldpay-cse-1.latest.min.js"></script>

  • Reference the specific version:

<script src="https://payments.worldpay.com/resources/cse/js/worldpay-cse-1.0.1.min.js"></script>

Note:  Information about our CSE JavaScript library is available on Github.

Set the public key

To set your public key (to identify you on our server):

Worldpay.setPublicKey([YOUR PUBLIC KEY]);

Implement a callback function to handle errors

Warning:  We strongly recommend that you use an error handler with your JavaScript integration. If you do not, unseen errors can stop the form from working.

The error handler is a callback function that can be supplied to the useForm or encrypt functions. It takes one argument and does not need to return any value. The argument supplied to the function is an array of error codes that represent which validation errors have occurred. Here is an example of the function:

function errorHandler(errorCodes) {

// This should be handled in a way that is relevant to your payment pages

}

For example, if a credit card number is invalid and the cardholder name is missing, then this function will get called with the argument [102, 401]. If no validation errors occur, then this function will not get called. Descriptions of the possible error codes can be found in Troubleshoot.

Note:  The Worldpay error callback function is designed as a final additional check, and is not intended to replace your own validation. For example, we perform validation on the CVC value only if the shopper enters one. If you require the CVC field to be mandatory, you must check this yourself.

Performed validation

These are the validations performed on the cardholder data fields:

'data-worldpay' attribute Validation checks and resulting errors
number
  • If blank or contains white space = 101
  • Otherwise, if anything other than 12-20 digits = 102
  • Otherwise, if a luhn check fails = 103
cvc
  • If blank or contains white space, treated as valid
  • Otherwise, if anything other than 3 or 4 digits = 201
exp-month
  • If blank or contains white space = 301
  • Otherwise, if anything other than 2 digits = 302
  • Otherwise, if less than 1 or greater than 12 = 303
exp-year
  • If blank or contains white space = 304
  • Otherwise, if anything other than 4 digits = 305
exp-month and exp-year together
  • If date is in the past = 306

Note:  Only applies if the exp-month and exp-year are separately valid, but together produce a date in the past

name
  • If blank or contains white space = 401
  • Otherwise, if greater than 30 characters = 402

Note:  No explicit restriction is applied to the characters themselves

Set up the encryption function

The encryption function can be set up in a number of ways. To set up the encryption function in a typical way:

Worldpay.useForm(errorHandler);

Other options

Implement the form

For the form to work, use the data-worldpay attribute for each item of cardholder data. A typical example is:

<body> <form action="[YOUR FORM ACTION]" method="post" data-worldpay="payment-form"> <input data-worldpay="name"> <!-- This is the card holder name field --> <input data-worldpay="number"> <!-- This is the card number field --> <input data-worldpay="exp-month"> <!-- This is the expiry month field --> <input data-worldpay="exp-year"> <!-- This is the expiry year field --> <input data-worldpay="cvc"> <!-- This is the CVC field--> <input type="hidden" name="[YOUR DATA PARAMETER]" data-worldpay="encrypted-data"> <input type="submit"> </form> </body>

In this example the data-worldpay="encrypted-data" attribute sends the encrypted data to your server using [YOUR DATA PARAMETER]. If it isn't present, a new hidden input field will be created as below:

<input type="hidden" name="encryptedData" data-worldpay="encrypted-data" value="[YOUR ENCRYPTED DATA]">

Warning:  Do not use the "name" HTML attribute in your form post unless you want to pass data to your server unencrypted.

How it all fits together

Here's a example of one way to do a JavaScript integration:

Select

<html> <head> <script src="https://payments.worldpay.com/resources/cse/js/worldpay-cse-1.latest.min.js"></script> <script> window.onload = function() { function errorHandler(errorCodes) { // This should be handled in a way that is relevant to your payment pages } Worldpay.setPublicKey([YOUR PUBLIC KEY]); Worldpay.useForm(errorHandler); } </script> </head> <body> <form action="[YOUR FORM ACTION]" method="post" data-worldpay="payment-form"> <input data-worldpay="name"> <!-- This is the card holder name field --> <input data-worldpay="number"> <!-- This is the card number field --> <input data-worldpay="exp-month"> <!-- This is the expiry month field --> <input data-worldpay="exp-year"> <!-- This is the expiry year field --> <input data-worldpay="cvc"> <!-- This is the cvc field --> <input type="hidden" name="[YOUR DATA PARAMETER]" data-worldpay="encrypted-data"> <input type="submit"> </form> </body> </html>

Terms of use

You can find the terms of use for JavaScript in Worldpay Developer Terms of Use for Javascript.

Server side integration

This page explains the steps to integrate Client Side Encryption with your Android application using Gradle, or manually.

  1. Create your RSA key pair, and access your key

  2. Import the code into your project

  3. Import the WorldpayCSE package

  4. Create the WorldpayCSE object

  5. Set the public (RSA) key

  6. Set up the cardholder data

  7. Encrypt the cardholder data

Note:  View our Android terms of use here.

Libraries

Create your RSA key pair

CSE works using a 2048 bit RSA key pair which is made up of a public key and a private key. The public key must be supplied to the CSE library, and is used to encrypt the sensitive card details.

The private key exists within a secure environment at Worldpay. It is never transmitted and is not visible to any member of staff at Worldpay.

To create a key pair:

  1. Log in to the Merchant Admin Interface (MAI) and click Client Side Encryption in the left panel.

  2. Enter the description of the key, and then click Generate key.

    The key pair has now been generated, and you'll be able to use the public key to encrypt card details.

Note:  You can create more than one key. This is useful, for example, if you want to roll your keys to change them after a period of time. You can also disable a disused key. To learn more see Key Rotation.

Access your key

To build the key into your payment page, you must view it:

  1. Click View key on the key you wish to view. You'll be taken to a page which shows the key in two different formats:

    1. Public key

      This is the whole key in its entirety.

    2. JavaScript formatted key

      This is your formatted key. It has been formatted to allow you to simply copy it into your payment page.

  2. Click the Client Side Encryption button at the bottom of the page to return to the main page.

Note:  Although sensitive information is encrypted, there is no change in the way Worldpay processes a payment.

Installation

With Gradle

Gradle is the official build system for Android Studio and a dependency manager for Android projects.

To use Worldpay CSE SDK in a project, add it as a build dependancy and import it.

  1. After you create a new project, either:

    • open your_app | build.gradle and add this to Module-level /app/build.gradle before dependancies:

      repositories {

      mavenCentral()

      }

    • or if you use an internal SonaType Nexus repository:

      repositories {

      maven { url '<path to your internal repository> }

      jcenter()

      }

  2. Add the compile dependency with the latest version of the Worldpay CSE SDK in the build.gradle file:

dependencies {

compile 'com.worldpay:cse-android-sdk:1.0.2'

}

 

Usage

Import the WorldpayCSE package

import com.worldpay.cse.WorldpayCSE;

Create the WorldpayCSE object

WorldpayCSE worldpayCSE = new WorldpayCSE();

Set the public (RSA) key

The public key should be in Worldpay string format, and will be used for any future encryption calls. To set it (to identify you on our server):

worldpayCSE.setPublicKey("1#10001#bf49edcaba456c6357e4ace484c3fba212543e78bf"+ "72a8c2238caaa1c7ed20262956caa61d74840598d9b0707bc8"+ "2e66f18c8b369c77ae6be0429c93323bb7511fc73d9c7f6988"+ "72a8384370cd77c7516caa25a195d48701e3e0462d61200983"+ "ba26cc4a20bb059d5beda09270ea6dcf15dd92084c4d5867b6"+ "0986151717a8022e4054462ee74ab8533dda77cee227a49fda"+ "f58eaeb95df90cb8c05ee81f58bec95339b6262633aef216f3"+ "ae503e8be0650350c48859eef406e63d4399994b147e45aaa1"+ "4cf9936ac6fdd7d4ec5e66b527d041750ba63a8296b3e6e774"+ "a02ee6025c6ee66ef54c3688e4844be8951a8435e6b6e8d676"+ "3d9ee5f16521577e159d");

Set up the cardholder data

WPCardData cardData = new WPCardData();

cardData.setCardNumber ("4444333322221111");

cardData.setCvc ("123");

cardData.setExpiryMonth ("11");

cardData.setExpiryYear ("2020");

cardData.setCardHolderName ("John Doe");

Encrypt the cardholder data

try {

encryptedData = worldpayCSE.encrypt(cardData);

} catch (WPCSEInvalidCardData e) {

//Alternatively to catching this exception, there is a convenient method

//WorldpayCSE#validate(WPCardData)that can be used for a similar purpose

//displayFormFieldErrors(e.getErrorCodes());

} catch (WPCSEException e)  {

//show error message 

}

Terms of use

You can find the terms of use for Android in Worldpay Developer Terms Of Use for Android.

Server side integration

This page explains the steps to integrate Client Side Encryption with your iOS application using CocoaPods, or manually.

  1. Create your RSA key pair, and access your key

  2. Import the code into your project

  3. Import the WorldpayCSE header file

  4. Create the WorldpayCSE object

  5. Set the public (RSA) key

  6. Set up the cardholder data

  7. Encrypt the cardholder data

Note:  View our iOS terms of use here.

Libraries

Create your RSA key pair

CSE works using a 2048 bit RSA key pair which is made up of a public key and a private key. The public key must be supplied to the CSE library, and is used to encrypt the sensitive card details.

The private key exists within a secure environment at Worldpay. It is never transmitted and is not visible to any member of staff at Worldpay.

To create a key pair:

  1. Log in to the Merchant Admin Interface (MAI) and click Client Side Encryption in the left panel.

  2. Enter the description of the key, and then click Generate key.

    The key pair has now been generated, and you'll be able to use the public key to encrypt card details.

Note:  You can create more than one key. This is useful, for example, if you want to roll your keys to change them after a period of time. You can also disable a disused key. To learn more see Key Rotation.

Access your key

To build the key into your payment page, you must view it:

  1. Click View key on the key you wish to view. You'll be taken to a page which shows the key in two different formats:

    1. Public key

      This is the whole key in its entirety.

    2. JavaScript formatted key

      This is your formatted key. It has been formatted to allow you to simply copy it into your payment page.

  2. Click the Client Side Encryption button at the bottom of the page to return to the main page.

Note:  Although sensitive information is encrypted, there is no change in the way Worldpay processes a payment.

Installation

With CocoaPods

CocoaPods is a dependency manager for Objective-C and Swift, which automates the process of using 3rd-party libraries such as WorldpayCSE in your projects.

Podfile

platform :ios, '7.0'

pod 'WorldpayCSE'

 

Usage

Three methods of usage are covered below:

Objective-C

Import the WorldpayCSE header file

#import <WorldpayCSE/WorldpayCSE.h>

Create the WorldpayCSE object

WorldpayCSE *wpCSE = [WorldpayCSE new];

Set the public (RSA) key

To set the public key (to identify you on our server):

NSError *error = nil; [wpCSE setPublicKey:@"1#10001#00ccca2c4ef80be7f7a98d5e0eef7e5e6eafe700ef054" "c07fa73cf86cd78d141f923cff2fb70afb40be36ec78c7a334ef2" "3451c34cc8df03c2f496cd7f4fcccfd35aba72417c859d7e5e960" "a5d1667010bb6d9d87b12d836405a5fb11ba28bb3a5e98e1c89d0" "65fc47de9d11bfac053b3d6550207752724d9fa31ec2255d4952a" "0dd0dc4f2be8a669b48eb247a1df5d94d921435af66588568999e" "6a984152c53af211aab64edcd94a0ce1aceb66c50c0d3c074bac3" "0d6f0ba81a367a03c3b94f17a6b896d34360dd7f459b715555dc0" "8ece11fc451ffe26a089a93122a699958d2ab8a4da4d2586474fc" "6e777a558d802381488c24a74cff4fcce3104e727ede3" error:&error];

Set up the card data

WPCardData *cardData = [WPCardData new]; cardData.cardNumber = @"4444333322221111"; cardData.cvc = @"123"; cardData.expiryMonth = @"11"; cardData.expiryYear = @"2020"; cardData.cardHolderName = @"John Doe";

Validate and encrypt the card data

NSString *encryptedData = [wpCSE encrypt:cardData error:&;error]; if (error) { //handle error //to get card data validation error call //alternatively there is a convenient method [WorldpayCSE validate:(WPCardData*)data] //that can be used for similar purpose if (error.code == WPErrorInvalidCardData) { NSArray *cardValidationErrors = error.userInfo[kWPErrorDetailsKey]; //process card validation errors } }

Swift 2.0

Import the WorldpayCSE header file

import WorldpayCSE

Create the WorldpayCSE object

let wpCSE : WorldpayCSE = WorldpayCSE()

Set the public (RSA) key

To set the public key (to identify you on our server):

do { try wpCSE.setPublicKey( "1#10001#00ccca2c4ef80be7f7a98d5e0eef7e5e6eafe700ef054" + "c07fa73cf86cd78d141f923cff2fb70afb40be36ec78c7a334ef2" + "3451c34cc8df03c2f496cd7f4fcccfd35aba72417c859d7e5e960" + "a5d1667010bb6d9d87b12d836405a5fb11ba28bb3a5e98e1c89d0" + "65fc47de9d11bfac053b3d6550207752724d9fa31ec2255d4952a" + "0dd0dc4f2be8a669b48eb247a1df5d94d921435af66588568999e" + "6a984152c53af211aab64edcd94a0ce1aceb66c50c0d3c074bac3" + "0d6f0ba81a367a03c3b94f17a6b896d34360dd7f459b715555dc0" + "8ece11fc451ffe26a089a93122a699958d2ab8a4da4d2586474fc" + "6e777a558d802381488c24a74cff4fcce3104e727ede3", error: ()) } catch error as NSError {; // handle error }

Set up the card data

let cardData : WPCardData = WPCardData() cardData.cardNumber = "4444333322221111" cardData.cvc = "123" cardData.expiryMonth = "11" cardData.expiryYear = "2020" cardData.cardHolderName = "John Doe"

Validate and encrypt the card data

do { let encryptedData = try wpCSE.encrypt(cardData) } catch let error as NSError { //to get card data validation error call //alternatively there is a convenient method WorldpayCSE.validate(data: WPCardData!) //that can be used for similar purpose let errorCode = WPErrorCode(rawValue: (UInt)(error.code)) if errorCode == WPErrorCode.InvalidCardData { let cardValidationErrors = error.userInfo[kWPErrorDetailsKey]; //handle card validation errors } }

Swift 1.2

Import the WorldpayCSE header file

import WorldpayCSE

Create the WorldpayCSE object

let wpCSE : WorldpayCSE = WorldpayCSE()

Set the public (RSA) key

To set the public key (to identify you on our server):

var error : NSError? wpCSE.setPublicKey("1#10001#00ccca2c4ef80be7f7a98d5e0eef7e5e6eafe700ef054" + "c07fa73cf86cd78d141f923cff2fb70afb40be36ec78c7a334ef2" + "3451c34cc8df03c2f496cd7f4fcccfd35aba72417c859d7e5e960" + "a5d1667010bb6d9d87b12d836405a5fb11ba28bb3a5e98e1c89d0" + "65fc47de9d11bfac053b3d6550207752724d9fa31ec2255d4952a" + "0dd0dc4f2be8a669b48eb247a1df5d94d921435af66588568999e" + "6a984152c53af211aab64edcd94a0ce1aceb66c50c0d3c074bac3" + "0d6f0ba81a367a03c3b94f17a6b896d34360dd7f459b715555dc0" + "8ece11fc451ffe26a089a93122a699958d2ab8a4da4d2586474fc" + "6e777a558d802381488c24a74cff4fcce3104e727ede3", error: &error) if (error != nil) { // handle error }

Set up the card data

let cardData : WPCardData = WPCardData() cardData.cardNumber = "4444333322221111" cardData.cvc = "123" cardData.expiryMonth = "11" cardData.expiryYear = "2020" cardData.cardHolderName = "John Doe"

Validate and encrypt the card data

let encryptedData = wpCSE.encrypt(cardData, error: &error) if (error !=nil) { // handle error //to get card data validation error call //alternatively there is a convenient method WorldpayCSE.validate(data: WPCardData!) //that can be used for similar purpose let errorCode = WPErrorCode(rawValue: (UInt)(error!.code)) if errorCode == WPErrorCode.InvalidCardData { let cardValidationErrors: = AnyObject? = error!.userInfo?[kWPErrorDetailsKey]; // handle card validation errors } }

Terms of use

You can find the terms of use for iOS in Worldpay Developer Terms of Use for iOS.

Server side integration