Stripe via Omnipay


Note: We assume you followed all steps in get it started and your basic configuration is the same as described there.

Download libraries

Run the following command:

$ php composer.phar require "payum/omnipay-bridge" "omnipay/stripe:~2.0"

Configure gateway


            factory: omnipay
            type: Stripe
            apiKey: abc123
            testMode: true

Note: You have to changed your_gateway_name to something more descriptive and domain related, for example post_a_job_with_omnipay.

Note: If you have to use onsite gateway like paypal express checkout use omnipay_onsite factory.

Note: The type option can be set directly with a class name to register an unofficial gateway.

Prepare payment

Now we are ready to prepare the payment. Here we set price, currency, cart items details and so. Please note that you have to set details in the payment gateway specific format.

namespace AcmeDemoBundle\Controller;

use Payum\Core\Security\SensitiveValue;
use Symfony\Component\HttpFoundation\Request;

class PaymentController extends Controller
    public function prepareStripePaymentAction(Request $request)
        $gatewayName = 'your_gateway_name';

        $storage = $this->get('payum')->getStorage('Acme\PaymentBundle\Entity\PaymentDetails');

        /** @var \Acme\PaymentBundle\Entity\PaymentDetails */
        $details = $storage->create();
        $details['amount'] = 10;


        $captureToken = $this->get('payum')->getTokenFactory()->createCaptureToken(
            'acme_payment_done' // the route to redirect after capture;

        return $this->redirect($captureToken->getTargetUrl());

That's it. It will ask user for credit card and convert it to payment specific format. After the payment done you will be redirect to acme_payment_done action. Check this chapter to find out how this done action could look like.

If you still able to pass credit card details explicitly:

use Payum\Core\Security\SensitiveValue;

$details['card'] = new SensitiveValue(array(
    'number' => '5555556778250000',
    'cvv' => 123,
    'expiryMonth' => 6,
    'expiryYear' => 16,
    'firstName' => 'foo',
    'lastName' => 'bar',

Next Step

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