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GoogleBilling

Supported platforms:

Available since version: Gideros 2012.09

Description:

The GoogleBilling class is defined in the module "googlebilling". Therefore, you need to call
require("googlebilling") before using it. Loading the Google Billing module
also creates a global variable googlebilling of type GoogleBilling for direct use.
<h3>GoogleBilling Events and Response Codes</h3>
GoogleBilling class dispatches 5 events: Event.CHECK_BILLING_SUPPORTED_COMPLETE,
Event.REQUEST_PURCHASE_COMPLETE,Event.RESTORE_TRANSACTIONS_COMPLETE,
Event.CONFIRM_NOTIFICATION_COMPLETE and Event.PURCHASE_STATE_CHANGE.
Event.*_COMPLETE events contains a field event.responseCode which provides status information
and error information about a request. Response code can be one of these values:
<ul>
<li>GoogleBilling.OK: Indicates that the request was sent to the server successfully. When this code is returned</li>
</ul>
in response to a checkBillingSupported function, indicates that billing is supported.
<ul>
<li>GoogleBilling.USER_CANCELED: Indicates that the user pressed the back button on the checkout page instead of buying the item.</li>
<li>GoogleBilling.SERVICE_UNAVAILABLE: Indicates that the network connection is down.</li>
<li>GoogleBilling.BILLING_UNAVAILABLE: Indicates that in-app billing is not available because the API version that</li>
</ul>
you specified is not recognized by the Google Play application or the user is ineligible for in-app billing
(for example, the user resides in a country that prohibits in-app purchases).
<ul>
<li>GoogleBilling.ITEM_UNAVAILABLE: Indicates that Google Play cannot find the requested item in the application's product list.</li>
</ul>
This can happen if the product ID is misspelled in your requestPurchase function or if an item is unpublished in the application's product list.
<ul>
<li>GoogleBilling.DEVELOPER_ERROR: Indicates that an application is trying to make an in-app billing request but the application has not declared the</li>
</ul>
com.android.vending.BILLING permission in its manifest. Can also indicate that an application is not properly signed,
or that you sent a malformed request, such as a request with missing Bundle keys or a request that uses an unrecognized request type.
<ul>
<li>GoogleBilling.ERROR: Indicates an unexpected server error. For example, this error is triggered if you try to purchase an item from yourself, which is not allowed by Google Wallet.</li>
</ul>
<h3># Event.CHECK_BILLING_SUPPORTED_COMPLETE</h3>
Dispatched when checkBillingSuported function completes. It contains event.responseCode and event.productType fields.
<h3># Event.REQUEST_PURCHASE_COMPLETE</h3>
Dispatched when requestPurchase function completes. It contains event.responseCode, event.productId, event.productType and event.developerPayload fields.
<h3># Event.RESTORE_TRANSACTIONS_COMPLETE</h3>
Dispatched when restoreTransactions function completes. It contains event.responseCode fields.
<h3># Event.CONFIRM_NOTIFICATION_COMPLETE</h3>
Dispatched when confirmNotification function completes. It contains event.responseCode and event.notificationId fields.
<h3># Event.PURCHASE_STATE_CHANGE</h3>
Dispatched when information about a transaction is received. It contains event.purchaseState, event.productId, event.notificationId, event.purchaseTime and event.developerPayload fields.

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