So is Braintree working?

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Phillip Senn

May 19, 2015, 2:51:10 PM5/19/15
I read an older post about Braintree orange vs. blue.

From their sandbox, they have a Merchant ID, a public key and a private key on the server side 
and then on the client side, they use a CSE key in JavaScript.

But it looks like braintree.cfc is using a Username, password, SecurityKey and SecurityKeyID.

Brian G

May 19, 2015, 7:23:42 PM5/19/15
Currently the braintree implementation is their legacy Orange gateway which uses those username/password credentials.  I have wrapper code for the current/new Blue gateway that wraps their Java library provided by Peter Bell at one point.  We haven't migrated to the new platform so I never implemented it but I'm happy to provide it for anyone who would like to do so.


Dave Cordes

Aug 2, 2017, 11:09:43 AM8/2/17
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Hi Brian,

Could you possibly pass along your wrapper code? One of my clients is looking to implement Braintree Payments.


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Marcus Sheker

Sep 28, 2018, 1:04:34 PM9/28/18
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Brian, I've been using ColdFusion for the past 10 years, and we are trying out Braintree. (I know nothing about what they've suggest:  Java, .NET, Node.js, PHP, Python, nor Ruby).
I've been looking at the code:

We are using the new BLUE gateway. I can pretty much make sense of most of what your are trying to do, in the cfpayment code. But, you said you already have some "CFC Wrapper code". 
You've also said something about:   and  JavaLoader: 

But, anyways, could I get a copy of this "cfc wrapper", please?


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