I recently implemented card processing through the Skipjack service. Their documentation covers everything needed for integration, however they do not provide any example code. Here is some example code using PHP with Curl to send transaction files to their Batch processing service. You can also use Curl for single card transactions, however you are not sending a batch file and would probably want to timeout soon instead of waiting for the batch to finish.

`I recently implemented card processing through the Skipjack service. Their documentation covers everything needed for integration, however they do not provide any example code. Here is some example code using PHP with Curl to send transaction files to their Batch processing service. You can also use Curl for single card transactions, however you are not sending a batch file and would probably want to timeout soon instead of waiting for the batch to finish.

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After this send process completes you can use Curl to check for the batch response and download the response file from their site.

When checking for the result or getting your response file you will also have to send data to Skipjack to tell them your serial numbers, the date you want to check, or the batch id you want to download.

In order to send that data you will have to encode it using urlencode. This is different than sending the transaction file above because you do not want it encoded as multipart form data, which is what happens when you pass an array to CURLOPT_POSTFIELDS. You want to pass your values as a urlencoded string instead.

``I recently implemented card processing through the Skipjack service. Their documentation covers everything needed for integration, however they do not provide any example code. Here is some example code using PHP with Curl to send transaction files to their Batch processing service. You can also use Curl for single card transactions, however you are not sending a batch file and would probably want to timeout soon instead of waiting for the batch to finish.

`I recently implemented card processing through the Skipjack service. Their documentation covers everything needed for integration, however they do not provide any example code. Here is some example code using PHP with Curl to send transaction files to their Batch processing service. You can also use Curl for single card transactions, however you are not sending a batch file and would probably want to timeout soon instead of waiting for the batch to finish.

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After this send process completes you can use Curl to check for the batch response and download the response file from their site.

When checking for the result or getting your response file you will also have to send data to Skipjack to tell them your serial numbers, the date you want to check, or the batch id you want to download.

In order to send that data you will have to encode it using urlencode. This is different than sending the transaction file above because you do not want it encoded as multipart form data, which is what happens when you pass an array to CURLOPT_POSTFIELDS. You want to pass your values as a urlencoded string instead.

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You can read the lines in the $post_response and see your transaction results.