To change the settings for the ePay module go to Store Settings -> Advanced Store Settings -> Payment methods. Click on ’Edit’ by the module, and press ’Edit’ by ePay under Actions.
The merchant number you received from ePay. You can find it in the ePay administration via the menu Settings -> Payment system.
This setting determines which version of the payment window to use: Create different versions from the ePay administration via the menu Settings -> Payment window. Use this to set up different texts for foreign customers, different payment card logos, or different settings for transaction fees.
Remote interface password
Activate this setting to process payments from Drupal Commerce (API). This means you don’t have to log in to the ePay administration to capture, credit or delete payments. Please see step 3 in this guide.
With ePay it is possible to divide your payments into different groups and limit your ePay users’ access to specific groups. A group is a name/string. Leave the field empty if you don’t want to use groups (default).
If you’ve activated MD5 in ePay, you have to enter your key here (the same key you entered in your ePay administration). The keys must be identical in the two systems.
If you want an email every time a payment is completed, enter an email address here. You can separate addresses with a semicolon (;) if you have multiple recipients. Leave the field empty if you don’t want to use this service.
By enabling this setting, the payment is captured immediately. You can only use instant capture if the customers receive their products immediately, too (for instance by downloading).
Activate this setting to direct your customers to your own order confirmation page in Drupal Commerce after completed payment.