Idempotent Transaction Requests

PayEngine supports idempotency for safely retrying transaction requests without accidentally performing a duplicate execution of the same requests. Idempotency is supported with Auth, Sale, Capture, Refund and Void APIs
To mark an idempotent request, provide an additional HTTP header request-key in supported APIs. PayEngine saves the response of the first request regardless of its failure or success; subsequent requests with the same request-key will produce the same response. This is very useful if a request times out and client needs to retrieve the response of the previous request.
A request-key is a unique value generated by client and we recommend to use UUIDs or any unique key with enough entropy to avoid collision. PayEngine system will clean up the keys after 24 hours.
Results are stored including failed respoenses. This featue is to support safe retries and it's client's responsibility to maintain uniqueness of the request-key

Sample Sale Request

Subsequent calls of this request will always yield the same results as the firtst call until the request-key expires (24 hours)
curl --location --request POST 'https://<PayEngine Host>/api/payment/sale' \
--header 'Authorization: Basic <Your Private Key>' \
--header 'Content-Type: application/json' \
--header 'request-key : <Unique Reqeust Key>' \
--data-raw '{
"merchant_id": "<Your Merchant ID>",
"data": {
"transactionAmount": "10.00",
"cardToken": "<Your Card Token>",