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Installation in Drupal Commerce

Payment module for Drupal Commerce

We’ve developed a free payment module for Drupal Commerce which makes it easy to accept payment cards in your e-store.

The module is user-friendly and installation is quick. Download the module, and follow 4 simple steps to accept payments online.

1. Create an ePay account

You need a test account with ePay to try the payment module. A test account is free, and you can create yours in just a few minutes. When you’ve created the account, you’ll get a test merchant number which is used for making test payments through the module.

Get a free account

State that you want a test account in the comment field in step 2. You can disregard all listed prices.

When you’ve tested the module and are ready to accept real payments, we will upgrade your test account to production account. This way you don’t have to create an account from scratch. 

2. Install the ePay module in Drupal Commerce

NB: Make a backup of your existing website before beginning installation.

Download the module here

Save the file to your hard drive, and unzip it.

Copy the contents to the folder modules in your Drupal Commerce installation. No existing Drupal Commerce files are overwritten. 

Log in to your Drupal Commerce administration, and go to Site Settings -> Advanced Settings -> Modules as shown in image 1.

Find and check both ePay modules in COMMERCE (EPAY), and click on the button ‘Save configuration’ at the bottom.

The payment module is now installed and must be activated.

3. Activate the module in Drupal Commerce

Go to Store Settings -> Advanced Store Settings -> Payment methods.

Activate the module by pressing ‘Enable’.

Click on ‘Edit’ by the ePay module.

Find ePay under Actions, and click on ‘Edit’ (see image 3).

Enter your merchant number in the field “Merchant number”. It is either a test or a production merchant number.

Save your changes by pressing ‘Save’ at the bottom.

4. Test the payment module

Make a purchase in your shop to test the module. 

Below is an example of ePay’s payment module. Add your own logo and company information from the ePay administration in the menu Settings -> Payment window.

The customer chooses between all the payment methods activated on your ePay account. When the customer has completed the payment and closed the payment window, a confirmation page is shown (see image 5). 

The payment is now completed. You’ve received the order, and ePay has received the payment information.