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uCommerce comes with built-in support for PayEx payments. This guide will walk you through getting uCommerce to work with PayEx for payment processing.
Payex is one of the payment providers which support the Authorization, Acquire, Cancel, and Refund functionality. You can see how to enable this General Setup of Payment Methods in uCommerce.
If you haven't completed the steps from the General Setup of Payment Methods in uCommerce document you need to do that before you move on.
When the payment method is created and saved as described in General Setup of Payment Methods in uCommerce. The back-end displays the different settings you can set for Payex. Some of the below information are found in the PayEx Merchant Admin, so start by logging in you aren’t already.
This will most likely be a “False” unless you are using a test account.
Leave this at “(auto)” if in doubt.
Url the user is returned to after successfully authorizing her credit card.
Url the user is returned to if she cancels a purchase.
Click “Merchant profile”.
Copy the “Merchant account” number.
The Md5 key is created in the administration panel.
Click “Merchant profile” in the menu to the left.
Click “New encryption key”.
Copy the encryption key.
If you click “Save encryption key”, please note that it will overwrite the old one. It’s not possible to get the old key from the admin interface, so keep it in a safe place.
Changes needed in the PayEx Merchant Admin, so it will work with uCommerce.
Click ”Merchant profile”.
Type in the external ip address of the webserver running the shop.
Merchant access list
Click “Merchant access list” in the menu to the left.
Click the “PxOrder.PxOrder” link, so it will be expanded and make sure the following is checked. If they aren’t checked, please contact PayEx support and get them to do it.
· Test mode – Make sure test mode is turned off when going live.