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DigitalRiverCheckout configuration object

Learn about the options that exist within the DigitalRiverCheckout configuration object
The initialize DigitalRiverCheckout.js function accepts an optional configuration object, which allows you to define a local pricing selector.

Defining a local pricing selector

const config = {
countrySelector: {
containerId: 'country-selector',
priceElement: ['div.price', 'span.price'],
onReady: () => {},
onOpen: () => {},
onSelect: (data) => {},
onSave: (data) => {},
onCancel: () => {}
}
};
...
const digitalRiverCheckout = new DigitalRiverCheckout('YOUR_PUBLIC_API_KEY', config);

countrySelector

The countrySelector object allows you to:

containerId

The required containerId represents the id of an HTML element in which DigitalRiverCheckout.js should render the local pricing selector.
const config = {
countrySelector: {
containerId: 'country-selector',
...
}
};

priceElement

The optional priceElement represents an array of CSS selector strings that DigitalRiverCheckout.js uses to target each element on your page that displays pricing information.
For example, span.price in the following priceElement targets all <span> elements that have a class attribute of "price".
const config = {
countrySelector: {
...
priceElement: ['div.price', 'span.price'],
...
}
};
When users modify currency or country in the selector, we make a call to determine whether Digital River supports that country and it's set up for variable pricing. If this is the case, for each priceElement, we apply a conversion factor and a rounding function, implement currency formatting rules, display a converted, formatted value in its innerHTML and add selected currency, selected country, converted price, formatted price, and original price attributes.
<span class="price" data-dr-original-price="299" data-dr-currency="INR" data-dr-country="IN" data-dr-converted-price="25000.00" data-dr-formatted-price="₹25,000.00">₹25,000.00</span>

Local pricing selector events

In countrySelector, you can assign callback methods to onReady, onOpen, onSelect, onSave, and onCancel, which allow you to listen for various local pricing selector events and then define how you want to handle them.
const config = {
countrySelector: {
...
onReady: () => {},
onOpen: () => {},
onSelect: (data) => {},
onSave: (data) => {},
onCancel: () => {}
}
};

onReady

The optional onReady property can be assigned a callback method that executes when the local pricing selector is ready to accept user input.
When it executes, digitalRiverPricing has been defined. For details, refer to Accessing country and currency.
const config = {
countrySelector: {
...
onReady: () => {
console.log('The country-currency selector is ready to accept input');
},
...
}
};

onOpen

The optional onOpen property can be assigned a callback method that executes when the user clicks on the country-currency icon and the local pricing selector opens.
const config = {
countrySelector: {
...
onOpen: () => {
console.log('The user opened the country-currency selector');
},
...
}
};

onSelect

The optional onSelect property can be assigned a callback method, which accepts data, that executes when the user makes a selection in the local pricing selector. In data, the method returns either country or currency, depending on which the user selected.
const config = {
countrySelector: {
...
onSelect: (data) => {
if (data.hasOwnProperty('country')) {
console.log('The user selected the country of ' + data.country)
} else {
console.log('The user selected a currency of ' + data.currency);
}
},
...
}
};

onSave

The optional onSave property can be assigned a callback method, which accepts data, that executes when the user clicks the local pricing selector's save button. In data, the method returns the country and currency that the user saved.
const config = {
countrySelector: {
...
onSave: (data) => {
console.log('The user clicked the save button. The saved country and currency is ' + data.country + ' and ' + data.currency + ", respectively");
},
...
}
};

onCancel

The optional onCancel property can be assigned a callback method that executes when the user clicks the local pricing selector's cancel button.
const config = {
countrySelector: {
...
onCancel: () => {
console.log('The user clicked the cancel button');
}
}
};