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Configuring Konbini
Learn how to configure Konbini for DigitalRiver.js with Elements.
If you're using DigitalRiver.js with Elements, you can create a Konbini payment method for your app or website in four easy steps:

Step 1: Build a Kobini source request object

Build a Kobini source request object. A Konbini Source Request object requires the following fields.
Field
Value
type
konbini
sessionId
The payment session identifier.
owner
An Owner object. When the storeId is040 (Lawson), use double-byte Kanji without whitespace for the owner.firstName and owner.lastName to ensure successful payment source creation. You also need to ensure that the lastName precedes the firstName. Example:
{ "lastName": "山田", "firstName": "太郎", "email": } If you use a single-byte string, the payment source creation will fail. The address object must contain postal code and state/province data that adheres to a standardized format.

Konbini Source Details object

Source Details object
{
"storeId": "010"
}
Field
Required/Optional
Description
storeId
Required
The identifier of the store where the Customer chose to pay. If you use the DigitalRiver.js Konbini Element, Digital River automatically populates the value for you. If you construct the request yourself, this is a required field.

Step 2: Create a Konbini source using DigitalRiver.js

Use the DigitalRiver.js library to create and mount elements to the HTML container. If you are using the DigitalRiver.js element (option 1), the storeId value is automatically populated based on the customer's selected store. If you are not using the DigitalRiver.js element (option 2), you must construct the request to include the storeId parameter.

Option 1: Create a Konbini element using DigitalRiver.js functionality

The pattern for creating the Konbini element follows the same pattern as other elements and exposes the same customization and events. You can customize the look and feel through options and then place it on the page.
Example
var konbiniOptions = {
classes: {
base: "DRElement",
complete: "konbini-complete",
empty: "konbini-empty",
focus: "konbini-focus"
},
style: {
base: {
color: '#495057',
height: '35px',
fontSize: '1rem',
fontFamily: 'apple-system,BlinkMacSystemFont,Segoe UI,Roboto,Helvetica Neue,Arial,sans-serif',
':hover': {
color: '#ccc',
},
'::placeholder': {
color: '#495057'
}
},
focus: {
':hover': {
color: '#495057',
},
},
empty: {
':hover': {
color: '#495057',
},
},
complete: {
':hover': {
color: '#495057',
},
}
}
};
//Create the element
var konbiniElement = digitalriver.createElement('konbini', konbiniOptions);
//Place it on the page
konbiniElement .mount('konbini-selector');
DigitalRiver.js will create and render a select element that populates with the store logo and localized store name of the available stores where the customer can pay using this payment method.
The same events and structures appear in the Konbini element, and you should listen to the Change event to determine when the user has made a selection. When the change event response contains "complete": true, the shopper has selected a store.
Example
konbiniElement.on('blur', function (event) {
console.log('konbini blur', event);
});
konbiniElement.on('focus', function (event) {
console.log('konbini focus', event);
});
konbiniElement.on('ready', function (event) {
console.log('konbini ready', event);
});
konbiniElement.on('change', function (event) {
console.log('konbini change', event);
if (event.complete) {
//the user has selected a store, you may create the source
} else if(event.error) {
//do something with the error message
}
});
To create a Konbini source, reference the created element and the supplemental data in your createSource request. DigitalRiver.js will retrieve and assemble the request on your behalf.
The address object must contain postal code and state/province data that adheres to a standardized format using the state attribute. Note that the state attribute listed below corresponds to the countrySubdivision attribute used when providing address information. The payment session manages the correct field name on the backend.
Example
var data = {
"type": "konbini",
"sessionId": "ea03bf6f-84ef-4993-b1e7-b7d5ecf71d1f",
"owner": {
"firstName": "John",
"lastName": "Doe",
"email": "[email protected]",
"phoneNumber": "000-000-0000",
"address": {
"line1": "6 Chome-10-1 Roppongi, Minato",
"state": "Tokyo",
"postalCode": "106-0032",
"country": "JP"
}
},
"konbini": {
"storeId": "010"
}
}
digitalriver.createSource(data).then(function(result) {
if (result.error) {
//handle errors
} else {
var source = result.source;
//send source to back end
sendToBackend(source);
}
});

Option 2. Using DigitalRiver.js to create your own Konbini display

If you decide that you do not want to use the out of the box functionality provided with the Konbini element, you may also use the digitalriver.retrieveKonbiniStores() method which will allow you to build your own experience.

Retrieving available stores

DigitalRiver.js exposes a method that allows you to retrieve the available stores where Konbini is accepted. If stores are available, the response returns an array of objects. If stores are not available, the response returns an empty array.
Example
digitalriver.retrieveKonbiniStores().then(function(response) {
//use the returned values to create your own display
});

Retrieved stores

Example
[{
"storeId": "010",
"storeName": "Seven Eleven",
"localizedStoreName": "セブン‐イレブン",
"storeLogoUrl": "https://ui1.img.digitalrivercontent.net/Storefront/images/Konbini/pmt_seven11.gif"
}, {
"storeId": "030",
"storeName": "Family Mart",
"localizedStoreName": "ファミリーマート",
"storeLogoUrl": "https://ui1.img.digitalrivercontent.net/Storefront/images/Konbini/pmt_familymart.gif"
}, {
"storeId": "060",
"storeName": "Lawson",
"localizedStoreName": "ローソン/ミニストップ",
"storeLogoUrl": "https://ui1.img.digitalrivercontent.net/Storefront/images/Konbini/pmt_lawson3.gif"
}, {
"storeId": "080",
"storeName": "Daily Store",
"localizedStoreName": "デイリーヤマザキ/ヤマザキデイリーストアー",
"storeLogoUrl": "https://ui1.img.digitalrivercontent.net/Storefront/images/Konbini/pmt_dailystore4.gif"
}]
You can use the retrieved stores to build an experience suitable for your needs.
Example
<select>
<option value="010">セブン‐イレブン</option>
<option value="030">ファミリーマート</option>
<option value="060">ローソン/ミニストップ</option>
<option value="080">デイリーヤマザキ/ヤマザキデイリーストアー</option>
</select>
Once you reached a point in your flow where the customer has selected a store, you can use the createSource function to assemble and pass the data to Digital River to create your payment.
Additional Fields Required: If you are creating a Konbini source without using the DigitalRiver.js Konbini element, you are required to pass an additional field storeId.
Key
Value Description
storeId
The identifier of the store where the customer will submit their payment.
Example
var sourceData = {
"type": "konbini",
"sessionId": "ea03bf6f-84ef-4993-b1e7-b7d5ecf71d1f",
"owner": {
"firstName": "John",
"lastName": "Doe",
"email": "[email protected]",
"phoneNumber": "000-000-0000",
"address": {
"line1": "6 Chome-10-1 Roppongi, Minato",
"state": "Tokyo",
"postalCode": "106-0032",
"country": "JP"
}
},
"konbini": {
"storeId": "010"
}
digitalriver.createSource(sourceData).then(function(result) {
if (result.error) {
//handle errors
} else {
var source = result.source;
//send source to back end
sendToBackend(source);
}
});
Source example
{
"clientId": "gc",
"channelId": "drdod15",
"liveMode": false,
"id": "6900dc7e-1860-46bf-a353-0a6c82092ee9",
"sessionId": "ea03bf6f-84ef-4993-b1e7-b7d5ecf71d1f",
"clientSecret": "6900dc7e-1860-46bf-a353-0a6c82092ee9_4ddc9a11-fd91-46e4-b572-d5727ffb5e2a",
"type": "konbini",
"reusable": false,
"owner": {
"firstName": "John",
"lastName": "Doe",
"email": "[email protected]",
"phoneNumber": "000-000-0000",
"address": {
"line1": "6 Chome-10-1 Roppongi, Minato",
"state": "Tokyo",
"country": "JP",
"postalCode": "106-0032"
}
},
"amount": "217.72",
"currency": "JPY",
"state": "pending_funds",
"creationIp": "209.87.180.5",
"createdTime": "2020-01-08T17:37:04.562Z",
"updatedTime": "2020-01-08T17:37:04.64Z",
"expirationTime": "2020-02-07T17:37:04.562Z",
"flow": "receiver",
"konbini": {
"storeId": "010",
"receiptNumber": "7210246313380",
"printableInvoiceUrl": "http://payment.sej.co.jp:580/od/hi.asp?50100210246313380cf550a4fde12162",
"storeName": "Seven Eleven",
"localizedStoreName": "セブン‐イレブン",
"storeLogoUrl": "https://ui1.img.digitalrivercontent.net/Storefront/images/Konbini/pmt_seven11.gif"
}
}

Step 3: Use the Konbini source

Once created, the Konbini source will be in a pending_funds state. Attach the source to a cart. Once attached, you may submit your order.
The following example shows how to attach a payment method to an order or cart.
POST /v1/shoppers/me/carts/active/apply-payment-method
{
"paymentMethod": {
"sourceId": "e7ba0595-059c-460c-bad8-2812123b9313"
}
}

Step 4: After submitting the order

Once the order has been submitted, the source remains in a pending_funds state. At this point, direct your customer to go to the store they chose and pay the invoice. These details are reflected in the konbini block of the payment source.
Field
Description
receiptNumber
The customer's receipt number.
printableInvoiceUrl
A URL that links to a printable invoice that can be brought into the store while paying.
storeName
The name of the store where the customer will submit their payment.
localizedStoreName
The localized name of the store where the customer will submit their payment.
storeLogoUrl
The logo of the store where the customer will submit their payment.