Ogone Payment Gateway

Overview

This is the credit card payment version of the Ogone payment method.  This version will use Ogone to process credit card payments, but your customers will never leave your site to complete the transaction.  If you wish to use Ogone to processs payments on their site, please see the Ogone payment method documentation.

Requirements

The following prerequisites will be necessary to accomplish the goals of this article:

Getting Started

If you haven't yet used the payment gateway administration area, you should take a look at it, or review it's documentation.  Familiarity with this area will help you be successful at configuring this payment gateway that much more quickly. 

This article will assume that you're indeed familiar with the payment gateway administration.

Ogone Payment Gateway

Before you can configure Ogone as a payment gateway in your store, you'll first need a few pieces of information from your Ogone administration area.  If you haven't already done so, you'll need to create an account with Ogone.

Once you have your account, and you're logged in, you'll need to find and be prepared to copy and paste a few pieces of information, beginning with the payment service provider ID.  You can get there by navigating to the "Configuration" menu and choosing "Account."

Once there, you'll see your first piece of required information, as highlighted below.  This will map to the Payment Service Provider ID in the Hotcakes configuration view discussed below.

Next, go to the "Users" page in the same navigation area.

Here is where you'll create and manage users for your various payment needs.  If you don't already have a user created for your store payments, you should consider creating one here.  Please keep note of the username and password you specify, because you'll need that in the next step.

If you've already created a user, you can edit it anytime to view the user account information using the "Edit" button on the right of the user row.  Then, you'll find the UserID near the top of the user edit view.

Now that you have your Ogone account created and configured, you'll need to enter the details of the Ogone account into your Ogone payment gateway settings view.  If you're not sure how to get to this view, please review the payment gateway settings documentation

Setting Description
Payment Service Provider ID You'll find instructions on what value should go here in the documentation above.
User ID This is the UserID specified in the individual user account in Ogone, as mentioned above.
Password This is the Password specified in the individual user account in Ogone, as mentioned above. You'll need to know what this is, as it's not likely to be retrievable.
Currency You'll find a listing of all of the currencies that Ogone currently supports.  Choose that currency that you wish for your transactions to be processed in.  It doesn't need to match your store currency, but it should.
Debug Mode This setting is useful when you're developing, or when you need to troubleshoot transactions. When checked, the transactions will include additional information to help you determine where and why problems may be occurring.
Developer Mode If checked, this will specify that your payment transaction should go to the "test" version of the Ogone payment gateway.  These transactions will only be found there.  Real money will not be processed.  When unchecked, this will signal that all payments are real, and will be sent to and managed in the production payment gateway administration area.

Once you've entered your desired Ogone payment gateway settings, click the "Save Changes" button to apply your updates.

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