A sale is the destination, and your online store is where customers can either abandon things in the aisles or finish strong. With WooCommerce, customers can purchase your products at their convenience.
Integrating your WooCommerce site with PayKun allows you to accept payments on your WooCommerce site via the PayKun Payment Gateway. Collecting online payments can be very easy with PayKun.
You can provide multiple payment options to your customer and a great checkout experience. Also, they will get all sorts of payment options that will make them buy on the spot.
Following things will be required before you can begin integration:
Access Token & API Secret (See how to generate)
Wordpress 4.x compatible Woo-Commerce version must be installed and other payment methods should be working properly.
Wordpress v3.9.2 or higher
Woocommerce v2.4 or higher
PHP v5.6.0 or higher
Install via the WordPress Plugin Directory - Download the plugin and install it from the WordPress Plugin Directory.
Download the zip file
Unzip and upload the contents of the extension to your /wp-content/plugins/ directory
Download the zip and extract it to some temporary location
Copy the folder named 'paykun' from the extracted zip into the directory location /wp-content/plugins/
Log into your WordPress account and activate the PayKun plugin in the WordPress Plugin Manager.
Visit the WooCommerce Settings page, and click on the Checkout/Payment Gateways tab.
Now you will find paykun payment method make it enable and click on 'Manage' button at the right side.
Click on PayKun to edit the settings.
Enable the Payment Method, name it Credit Card / Debit Card / Internet Banking (this is shown on the payment page your customer sees).
Set the Payment Action to Authorize and Capture to auto-capture payments. If you want to capture payments manually from the Dashboard after manual verification, set the Payment Method to Authorize.
Now you can see Paykun in your payment option.
Please note: Save the below configuration.
Enable - Enable check box
Title - Paykun
Description - Default
Merchant Id - Staging/Production Merchant Id provided by Paykun
Access Token - Staging/Production Access Token provided by Paykun
Encryption Key - Staging/Production Encryption Key provided by Paykun
Return Page - My Account
Log (yes/no) - For troubleshooting
Your Woo-commerce plug-in is now installed. You can accept payment through Paykun.
To test your integration in sandbox environment before going like, you can use our test environment (See how to create one) and use your test credentials, You just have to use isLive=false in your integration, You can use test card details provided here for testing purpose.
Go to Merchant Dashboard account (Live)
Navigate to Account drop down (Top Right corner) and select "Test Mode"
Select "Generate Sandbox Account" to activate your sandbox account
After activating sandbox account,you can click on "Sandbox Login" button to go to sandbox dashboard and use generated username and password login.
Now you have to generate your Device API key from sandbox account from Setting-Security tab.
You can get you Merchant Id clicking on profile icon from top right corner.
Now you have to use this API key and Merchant Id in your Demo project for testing purposes. Note: Remember that you can login in Sandbox account from your Live account.
If you want to do real transaction than set "isLive" parameter to true and use your Live MerchantId and AccessToken from Paykun dashboard.
The PayKun WooCommerce plugin is released under the GPLv2 license, same as that of WordPress. See the LICENSE file for the complete LICENSE text.
In case of any query, please contact to firstname.lastname@example.org