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Miscellaneous FAQ relating to the configuration section which are not necessarily specific to another category.

E-Commerce Integration

The E-Commerce integration allows you to configure the different payment processing options provided via OpenCrypt for your site.


General Payment Information is where the payment system is enabled, and where default currency is set.

Payment Processing Enabled: Allows you to enable and disable the payment processing features of OpenCrypt.

Default Currency: Allows you to define the default currency for your site, currently the options are USD (US Dollars), GBP (British Pound Sterling), EUR (Euro), AUD (Australian Dollar), NZD (New Zealand Dollar) and CAD (Canadian Dollar)


Secure Server Configuration is where options relating to using secure pages for payment details.

SSL Payments Enabled: Allows you to enable and disable the use of an SSL/HTTPS page for payment details. Please note that this is not required when using PayPal or WorldPay as your payment processor.

SSL Domain URL: Details of your HTTPS domain should be entered here, for example https://www.mysite.com instead of http://www.mysite.com.


Payment Processor Information is where you can choose available payment processors, note you must have accounts with the appropriate processors to integrate with them.

Payment Processor: Allows you to choose one or more payment processors from the available list.


PayPal Configuration contains all the account configuration details if you are using PayPal as a payment processor.

For sites using PayPal as their processor it is extremely important that you have enabled 'Instant Payment Notifications' in your PayPal options, and that the notification URL reflects your 'paypal_callback.cgi' file.

PayPal Email Address: This must contain the details of your primary e-mail address registered with PayPal for payments.

PayPal Return URL: This allows you to specify a page for your user to return to once payment is complete, if desired. We recommend that you create a custom HTML page to explain that users should check their e-mail for their account details.

PayPal Image Button: Allows you to choose a button image to be used for 'Pay Now with PayPal' option on the purchase screen.

PayPal Button Caption: Allows you to enter the ALT tag for the PayPal button.

Payment Debug Mode: Enables a debugging mode which generates a dump of all transaction details. This is intended for use by OpenCrypt staff only.


WorldPay Configuration contains all of the account configuration details if you are using WorldPay as a payment processor.

For sites using WorldPay as their processor it is extremely important to ensure that 'Callback Enabled' is set within your WorldPay configuration, and that the Callback URL reflects your 'worldpay_callback.cgi' file.

WorldPay Installation ID: This must contain the unique Installation ID provided to you by WorldPay.

WorldPay Callback Password: Allows you to set a password for WorldPay to use on callback to enhance security.

WorldPay Button Caption: Allows you to define the text used for the payment button.

Payment Test Mode: Allows you to enable or disable WorldPay's test mode. When this option is enabled, transactions are processed, but no money actually changes hands during the payment stage.


ProtX/SagePay Configuration contains all the account configuration details if you are using ProtX/SagePay as a payment processor.

Vendor ID: This must contain details of the VendorID assigned to you by ProtX/SagePay.

Payment Test Mode: Allows you to enable or disable ProtX/SagePay's test mode. When this option is enabled, transactions are processed, but no money actually changes hands during the payment stage.


Authorize.Net Configuration contains all the account configuration details if you are using Authorize.Net as a payment processor.

Authorize.Net User: This must contain details of the UserID assigned to you by Authorize.Net.

Authorize.Net Key: This must contain the secret key assigned to you by Authorize.Net.

AVS Enabled: Allows you to enable or disable Authorise.Net's anti-fraud checking systems.

Payment Test Mode: Allows you to choose from Authorize.Net's test modes. Options are Test Mode Disabled (Live), Test Mode Enabled with Live URL and Test Mode Enabled with Test URL.


Barclays ePDQ Configuration contains all the account configuration details if you are using Barclays ePDQ as a payment processor.

ePDQ Client ID: This must contain details of the clientID assigned to you by Barclays.

ePDQ Passphrase: This must contain details of the passphrase assigned to you by Barclays.


PayPal PayFlow Link Configuration contains all the account configuration details if you are using PayPal PayFlow Link as a payment processor.

Login ID: This must contain details of the PayFlow Link login ID assigned to you by PayPal.

Partner: This must contain details of the Partner ID assigned to you by PayPal.


Payoffshore Configuration contains all the account configuration details if you are using Payoffshore as a payment processor.

Payoffshore Merchant ID: This must contain details of the Merchant ID assigned to you by Payoffshore.

Payoffshore License ID: This must contain details of the License ID assigned to you by Payoffshore.

Payment Test Mode: Allows you to enable or disable Payoffshore's test mode. When this option is enabled, transactions are processed, but no money actually changes hands during the payment stage.


eWay Configuration contains all the account configuration details if you are using eWay as a payment processor.

eWay Customer ID: This must contain details of the Customer ID assigned to you by eWay.

Payment Test Mode: Allows you to enable or disable eWay's test mode. When this option is enabled, transactions are processed, but no money actually changes hands during the payment stage.

Once you've completed the appropriate details, simply click 'Update Configuration'.


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