Command API

Perfom several actions on VoguePay from your application without visiting your VoguePay Account/Dashboard.
The command API allows you to directly perform several actions on VoguePay from your application.
With command API, you can:
Fetch: Query our database for a list of transaction ids which can subsequently be processed with the notification API.
Withdraw: You can make withdrawals to one or several bank accounts.
Pay: You can transfer money to other VoguePay members.
The Command API works for server-to-server communication.
The Command API can be consumed with the secure url:
https://integration.voguepay.com
The command API accepts json, xml, yaml or ini formated parameter via HTTP POST. Your query should conform to the format specified below.
Key
Value
task
fetch or pay or withdraw(Required)
merchant
Your VoguePay Merchant ID (Required)
ref
Unique id for each request (Required)
hash
Required Security code generated by concatenating the following and passing the result through a sha512 encryption your command api token task specified above your voguepay email ref specified above
list
Used as a parent container for non-fixed key/value pairs where multiple requests are made in a single call
id
unique ID for each item in a list if multiple requests are made in a single call
Response
Command API returns the result as key/pair values in the format that it receives them (json, xml, yaml or ini).
The fields returned as explained below:
Key
Value
id
The original ID submitted for each item in a list of multiple items
username
Username of the merchant on voguepay is returned
salt
String used for calculating the returned hash code
hash
Security code for verifying the authenticity of the result. Generated by concatenating the following and passing the result through a sha512 encryption your command api token your voguepay email salt specified above
list
Used as a parent container for status, response, values and description where multiple requests are made in a single call
status
OK for successful operations or FAIL for unsuccessful operations
response
OK = successful operation X001 = Invalid Merchant ID X002 = Invalid Reference X003 = Invalid hash X004 = Invalid task X005 = Invalid Merchant ID X006 = Invalid hash C001 = Unauthorised access C002 = Invalid Email C003 = Invalid username C004 = Invalid phone number C005 = Invalid firstname C006 = Invalid lastname C007 = Invalid country C008 = Unable to create member C009 = Currency not supported by country provided C010 = Password must contain at Least one numeric value (0-9), one Uppercase, one Lowercase and one special character C011 = Invalid Currency W001 = Invalid amount W002 = Operation Failed. W003 = Amount is below minimum allowed W004 = Insufficient balance W005 = Withdrawal failed W006 = Withdrawal failed P001 = Invalid amount P002 = Operation Failed. P003 = Seller and buyer are one and the same P004 = Invalid beneficiary P005 = Invalid memo P006 = payment amount is below minimum allowed P007 = payment amount exceeds maximum allowed P008 = Insufficient balance for payment P009 = Payment failed P010 = Payment failed P011 = Payment failed WL000 = System error WL001 = Invalid Parameters WL002 = Validation Error WL003 = Transaction Request Declined WL004 = Currency is not allowed WL3D = 3D Authorization required
values
Comma separated transaction IDs
description
Description of the response
Download sample PHP files for command API implementation below:
1. simple json fetch.php
4KB
Binary
Fetch
simple json query.php
3KB
Binary
Query
3. json withdraw.php
4KB
Binary
Withdraw
country and currency list.php
4KB
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Country and Currency List
5. simple json pay.php
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Pay
account_query.php
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Account Query
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