Check and verify in-app receipts from the AppStore and the PlayStore.
gem install candy_check
This gem tries to simplify the process of server-side in-app purchase and subscription validation for Apple's AppStore and Google's PlayStore.
If you have set up an iOS app and its in-app items correctly and the in-app store is working your app should receive a
SKPaymentTransaction. Currently this gem assumes that you use the old
which is returned per transaction. The
transactionReceipt is a base64 encoded binary blob which you should send to your
server for the validation process.
To validate a receipt one normally has to choose between the two different endpoints "production" and "sandbox" which are provided from Apple. During development your app gets receipts from the sandbox while when released from the production system. A special case is the review process because the review team uses the release version of your app but processes payment against the sandbox. Only for receipts that contain auto-renewable subscriptions you need your app's shared secret (a hexadecimal string),
Please keep in mind that you have to use test user account from the iTunes connect portal to test in-app purchases during your app's development.
Google's PlayStore has different kind of server-to-server API to check purchases and requires that you register a so called "service account". You have to register a new account by yourself, export the generated certificate file and grant the correct permissions to the account for your app using the Google Developer Console.
If you have set up the Android app correctly you should get a
purchaseToken per purchased item. You should use this string in combination with
productId to verify the purchase.
First you should initialize a verifier instance for your application:
config = ::::.( environment: :production # or :sandbox ) verifier = ::::.(config)
For the AppStore the client should deliver a base64 encoded receipt data string which can be verified by using the following call:
verifier.verify(your_receipt_data) # => Receipt or VerificationFailure # or by using a shared secret for subscriptions verifier.verify(your_receipt_data, your_secret)
For subscription verification, Apple also returns a list of the user's purchases. Essentially, this is a collection of receipts. To verify a subscription, do the following:
# ... create your verifier as above verifier.verify_subscription(your_receipt_data, your_secret) # => ReceiptCollection or VerificationFailure
If you want to restrict the subscription verification to some specific products, pass their ids as an array:
# ... create your verifier as above product_ids = ['sk_product_id_1', 'sk_product_id_2'...] verifier.verify_subscription(your_receipt_data, your_secret, product_ids) # => ReceiptCollection or VerificationFailure
Please see the class documentation for
CandyCheck::AppStore::ReceiptCollection for further details.
CandyCheckintroduced some breaking changes to the PlayStore functionality to adapt to changes in the Google API. If you're upgrading from a
< 0.2.0see the migration guide for more.
Getting the JSON Key File
First we have to get a
.json key file, that gives access to the Google API.
.json key file can be generated under the following URL (make sure to adapt the
project=my-project-name parameter accordingly):
Building an Authorization Object
.json key file downloaded, we can build an authorization object:
CandyCheck::PlayStore.authorizationmethod as convenience to build an authorization object. In case you need more control over your authorization object, refer to the
google-auth-library-rubydocs, which describes building authorization objects in detail.
Building a verifier
authorization object in place, we can build a verifier:
verifier = ::::.(authorization: )
Note: If you need to verify against multiple Google Service Accounts, just instantiate a new verifier with another authorization object that got build with a different
Verifying product purchases
verifier can be used to verify product purchases in the PlayStore, all you need to do is to pass the
token of the product purchase you want to verify:
result = verifier.verify_product_purchase( package_name: "my-package-name", product_id: "my product id", token: "my token" ) # => ProductPurchase or VerificationFailure
On success this will return an instance of
CandyCheck::Playstore::ProductPurchases::ProductPurchase, which is a wrapper for the raw google-api-ruby-client data, but additionally provides some handy convenience methods.
Please see the class documentations
CandyCheck::PlayStore::VerificationFailure for further details about the responses.
In order to verify a subscription from the Play Store, do the following:
result = verifier.verify_subscription_purchase( package_name: "my-package-name", subscription_id: "my-subscription-id", token: "my-token" ) # => SubscriptionPurchase or VerificationFailure
Please see documenation for
CandyCheck::PlayStore::SubscriptionPurchases::SubscriptionPurchase for further details.
Building an acknowledger
authorization object in place, we can build an acknowledger:
acknowledger = ::::.(authorization: )
Note: If you need to acknowledge against multiple Google Service Accounts, just instantiate a new acknowledger with another authorization object that got build with a different
Acknowledging the purchase
Google Play purchases if not acknowledged are automatically refunded. The acknowledgement can be done client-side or server-side. If server-side validation is being used we recommend to proceed with the acknowledgement afterwards, since it is the only save way to ensure the users received what they have paid for.
result = acknowledger.acknowledge_product_purchase( package_name: "my-package-name", subscription_id: "my-subscription-id", token: "my-token" ) # => ProductAcknowledgements::Response
The acknowledger response has 2 methods:
#acknowledged?returns a boolean. It returns true only if it has been acknowledged at this moment (that's Google Play behaviour).
#errorreturns a hash with
This gem ships with an executable to verify in-app purchases directly from your terminal:
You only need to specify the base64 encoded receipt:
$ candy_check app_store RECEIPT_DATA
See all options:
$ candy_check help app_store
For the PlayStore you need to specify at least the issuer, the key file, your package name, the product and the actual purchase token:
$ candy_check play_store PACKAGE_NAME PRODUCT_ID TOKEN --json-key-file=/path/to/key.json
See all options:
$ candy_check help play_store
- Allow using the combined StoreKit receipt data
- Find a ways to run integration tests
Bugs and Issues
Please submit them here https://github.com/jnbt/candy_check/issues
Copyright © 2016 Jonas Thiel. See LICENSE.txt for details.