Testing the Integration

Testing in a sandbox environment (Testing)

If you wish to conduct testing in the sandbox environment, you can utilize the following recipient sample to obtain specific status results:

Bank Short CodeBank Account NumberBank Account Holder NameAmountExpected Status
Any bankAny 8 digit numberPROD ONLYRp29.999Completed
AGRISAny 8 digit numberPROD ONLYRp39.999Failed
Any bankAny 8 digit numberPROD ONLYRp10.000 - Rp500.000.000Processing

Note for Testing in Sandbox Environment:

  • The bank account number can be any number with more than 8 digits.
  • The bank account holder's name will always be "PROD ONLY".
  • The amount must be within the range of Rp10,000 and Rp500,000,000.


Ready to go to Production?

If you have completed all development and testing processes, you can refer to this section to prepare yourself to go to production.

Testing in a production environment (Live) :

In the production environment, you can utilize real bank account numbers and holder names to test the payment out feature. This allows you to conduct tests with real money in your account. Please exercise caution and ensure proper validation procedures are in place when conducting live tests in the production environment.

What’s Next

After completing the testing of your integration with Brick's API for retrieving country code, province code, city code, and job code, the next step is to understand the structure of the API responses. This is crucial for parsing and handling the data returned by the API effectively within your application.