Adyen is a global payment company that allows the business to accept payment through credit card, Debit card, bank transfer, real-time bank transfer, etc. That’s why we have introduced Adyen Payment Gateway for WooCommerce.
Now with the help of this add-on, the admin of the web store can provide his customers with the option of making the payment using their credit/debit card within the webstore. The Ayden Payment Gateway is used for processing the payments securely.
Note: After the order gets placed, the admin can also make a refund to the customer if required and the refund amount gets credited back to the respective source of payment(Credit/Debit card).
- The admin can do the Refund via Adyen.
- It supports quick on-site checkout.
- Fully PCI Compliant, no card details submitted to the client-server.
- The admin can disable Adyen sandbox mode to use live mode.
- The admin can customize the Title and Description of the Adyen Payment method.
- This Payment gateway can accept multiple currencies.
Firstly, the user will get a zip file which first of all needs to be uploaded in the “Add New” menu option in the WordPress admin panel.
Furthermore, log in to your account panel and under the Dashboard hover your mouse over the “Plugins” menu option.
After that, tap on the Sub-Menu, and then select the “Add New” option.
Next, you will see an option on the top of your page that is “Upload Plugin”, click the option to upload the zip file.
After clicking on the “Upload Plugin” option, below that you will see a button “Choose File”.
Click on the button to browse for the zip file as per the snapshot below.
After browsing the file, click the “Install Now” button to install the plugin as per the snapshot.
When the plugin is installed correctly, you will see the success message and an option to activate the plugin. After that, click on “Activate Plugin” to activate the installed plugin.
Now, run the below-mentioned command in the respective directory (Likewise: domain/wp-content/plugins/wk-adyen-payment-gateway) via terminal.
Make sure that you have installed composer on your server else follow this instruction to install composer – Composer Installation
Adyen Account API
In order to use this payment method, the API credentials of the Adyen Account are required.
The admin can create or log in to the Adyen account by using the following links:
Click here for Sign up.
Click here for login.
After login, the admin can navigate through Account> User in order to get the API credentials.
Once the admin click on the user button the list of the web services will appear.
The admin needs to click on the name of the particular web service user in order to get the credentials.
The admin can also find the public key token over here.
After the successful installation of Adyen Payment Gateway for WooCommerce, the admin can configure the module by navigating through WooCommerce> Settings> Payments.
From here, the admin can enable or disable this payment method. Also, for managing this payment method the admin needs to click on the Manage button.
After clicking on the Manage button, you will get these options.
- Enable/Disable: By using this the admin can enable/disable this module.
- Title: Here the admin needs to enter the title for the payment method.
- Description: Enter the description here, which the user will see on the frontend.
- Sandbox Mode: By clicking on the checkbox the admin can enable the test mode.
Note: Once the test mode is enabled then the account details will appear for the test mode else, it will ask for live account credentials.
Live/Test Account Details:
- Merchant Account: The admin needs to enter the Merchant Account name.
- Username: Enter your user name here.
- Password: The admin needs to enter the Adyen password.
- API Key: Enter your Adyen API key.
- Client Encryption Key: Enter your Adyen client Encryption Key.
- Library token: Enter your Adyen Library token.
Once the customer has added the product in the cart then he can select Adyen as a payment method for completing the payment.
After selecting the Adyen payment method the customer needs to fill the card details.
Once the order is received the customer will get the following details.
This module facilitates the admin to refund via Adyen for any order. For refunding the money through Adyen the admin can navigate through WooCommerce> Orders.
After that, the admin needs to select that particular order for which he wants to make the refund.
Under that order, the admin needs to click on the refund button to select the refund type as manually or Refund via Adyen.
After entering the amount and reason the admin can click on the Refund via Adyen to refund the money of that order.
Also, if the customer places an order for two different products and he wants to return only one product then the admin can manage the refund accordingly.
The customer can also view the refunded amount by navigating through My Account> Orders.
Although, the admin can also view the transactions on the Adyen website by navigating through Transactions> Payments.
Once the refund is done for any order then the customer will get the email regarding the same.
That’s all for the Adyen Payment Gateway for WooCommerce module. For any further query or suggestion add a ticket at our HelpDesk System.
Current Product Version - 1.0.0
Supported Framework Version - 3.7