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Omnipay ServiceProvider for Laravel

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Omnipay for Laravel 5

For Laravel 4, use the 0.1 version.

This is a package to integrate Omnipay with Laravel. You can use it to easily manage your configuration, and use the Facade to provide shortcuts to your gateway.


Require this package in your composer.json and run composer update (or run composer require barryvdh/laravel-omnipay:0.2.x directly):

"barryvdh/laravel-omnipay": "0.2.*@dev"

After updating composer, add the ServiceProvider to the providers array in config/app.php


You need to publish the config for this package. A sample configuration is provided. The defaults will be merged with gateway specific configuration.

$ php artisan vendor:publish

To use the Facade (Omnipay::purchase() instead of App::make(omnipay)->purchase()), add that to the facades array.

 'Omnipay' => 'Barryvdh\Omnipay\Facade',

When calling the Omnipay facade/instance, it will create the default gateway, based on the configuration. You can change the default gateway by calling Omnipay::setDefaultGateway('My\Gateway'). You can get a different gateway by calling Omnipay::gateway('My\Cass')


$params = [
    'amount' => $order->amount,
    'issuer' => $issuerId,
    'description' => $order->description,
    'returnUrl' => URL::action('PurchaseController@return', [$order->id]),
$response = Omnipay::purchase($params)->send();

if ($response->isSuccessful()) {
    // payment was successful: update database
} elseif ($response->isRedirect()) {
    // redirect to offsite payment gateway
    return $response->getRedirectResponse();
} else {
    // payment failed: display message to customer
    echo $response->getMessage();

Besides the gateway calls, there is also a shortcut for the creditcard:

$formInputData = array(
    'firstName' => 'Bobby',
    'lastName' => 'Tables',
    'number' => '4111111111111111',
$card = Omnipay::CreditCard($formInputData);
laravel-omnipay open issues Ask a question     (View All Issues)
  • almost 4 years Gateway configuration should use the name instead of the classname
  • almost 6 years Paypal sand box
  • about 6 years Session:get is null after PayPal returns user to my site.
laravel-omnipay open pull requests (View All Pulls)
  • Minor
  • Changed logic of the getting configuration values for gateways
  • Added auto package discovery for Laravel 5.5
  • Laravel 5.6 support
laravel-omnipay questions on Stackoverflow (View All Questions)
  • Laravel Omnipay Authorize.net SIM Method Merchant ID Issue
  • Laravel Omnipay-Mollie error
  • Laravel/Omnipay paypal, pass custom shipping amount
  • PHP - Laravel - Omnipay with Paypal Express
  • Laravel Omnipay with Omnipay/Paypal - Class not found
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