Authorize Payment

In get it started we showed you an example of how to capture the payment. It is not always the case, sometimes you want to just authorize it and capture a bit later.

Prepare payment

We have to caThe only difference from capture one example

// src/Acme/PaymentBundle/Controller/PaymentController.php

namespace Acme\PaymentBundle\Controller;

use Symfony\Bundle\FrameworkBundle\Controller\Controller;
use Payum\Core\Storage\StorageInterface;
use Payum\Core\Security\TokenInterface;

class PaymentController extends Controller 
    public function prepareAction() 
        $gatewayName = 'offline';
        /** @var StorageInterface $storage */
        $storage = $this->get('payum')->getStorage('Acme\PaymentBundle\Entity\Payment');
        $payment = $storage->create();
        $payment->setTotalAmount(123); // 1.23 EUR
        $payment->setDescription('A description');
        /** @var TokenInterface $captureToken */
        $captureToken = $this->get('payum')->getTokenFactory()->createAuthorizeToken(
            'done' // the route to redirect after autorize;
        return $this->redirect($captureToken->getTargetUrl());    

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