Secure Remote Commerce

Server-Side Implementationanchor


Masterpass, Amex Express Checkout, and Visa Checkout have been replaced with the latest unified checkout experience offered through Visa known as Secure Remote Commerce. If you were previously using Masterpass or Amex Express Checkout, you will need to integrate with SRC. If you were using Visa Checkout, you do not have to change your integration as SRC is an updated version of Visa Checkout. As such, you may see Visa Checkout referenced elsewhere in our documentation.

SRC is currently in a limited release to eligible merchants, and the API is subject to change. It is available in iOS v4+, JavaScript v3+, and Android v3.

Contact us to request access to the release.

Vaulting SRCanchor

Your customer's SRC card selection can be saved to your Vault and reused for future transactions, just like a credit card.

Collect device data from the client and include the deviceDataFromTheClient in the transaction.

  1. Ruby
result = gateway.payment_method.create(
  :customer_id => "131866",
  :payment_method_nonce => nonce_from_the_client

You can also save the customer's SRC card to your Vault at the same time as your transaction by using Transaction: Sale with Options.StoreInVault or Options.StoreInVaultOnSuccess.

Creating transactionsanchor

Creating a SRC transaction is the same as creating any other transaction with a nonce:

  1. Ruby
result =
  :amount => "10.00",
  :payment_method_nonce => nonce_from_the_client,
  :device_data => device_data_from_the_client,
  :options => {
    :submit_for_settlement => true

if result.success?
  # See result.transaction for details
  # Handle errors

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