Handle in-app purchases with these Payment Service classes.
When you create a great app for BlackBerry, you'd probably like to make some money from it. One way to do this is to support in-app purchases that provide you with additional revenue. The Payment Service lets you manage in-app purchases for one-time and subscription-based digital goods. You can submit requests to purchase digital goods that you've registered on BlackBerry World, and you can process the replies and receipts that you receive.
To learn more about the Payment Service and how to use it in your apps, visit the Payment Service documentation.
- CancelSubscriptionReply -
Represents a response to PaymentManager::requestCancelSubscription().
- DigitalGoodReply -
Base class for PaymentManager replies for digital goods or subscriptions.
- DigitalGoodState -
The possible states of a digital good.
- ExistingPurchasesReply -
Represents a response to PaymentManager::requestExistingPurchases().
- PaymentConnectionMode -
Set of Payment API connection modes.
- PaymentErrorCode -
The errors that can be returned by the Payment Service.
- PaymentManager -
Allows applications to manage digital good purchases and subscriptions.
- PaymentReply -
Base class for all PaymentManager replies.
- PriceReply -
Represents a response to PaymentManager::requestPrice().
- PurchaseReceipt -
A purchase receipt.
- PurchaseReply -
Represents a response to PaymentManager::requestPurchase().
- SubscriptionStatusReply -
Represents a response to PaymentManager::requestSubscriptionStatus().
- SubscriptionTermsReply -
Represents a response to PaymentManager::requestSubscriptionTerms().