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Installation in Tea Commerce

Payment module for Tea Commerce

ePay’s payment module for Tea Commerce makes it easy to accept payment cards on your e-store.

Tea Commerce is a shop extension for Umbraco. You have to install Tea Commerce before using the ePay module. The module is a built-in feature of Tea Commerce, and once you’ve activated the module, you are ready to go.

All you need is an ePay account. Follow the instructions below to try the module now.

1. Create an ePay account

You need a test account with ePay to try the module for Tea Commerce. A test account is free, and you can get yours right away. When you’ve created the account, you’ll get a test merchant number, which is used for making test payments.

Get a free account

Please state that you want a test account in the comment field. You can disregard all listed prices.

When – and if – you want to accept real payments, we’ll upgrade your test account to a production account. This way you don’t have to create a new account from scratch.

2. Activate ePay’s module in Tea Commerce

Log in to your Tea Commerce administration. Click on the Tea Commerce logo in the bottom left corner, and go to the menu Settings -> Orders -> Payment methods -> Credit card.

Choose ePay from the dopdown menu by “Payment Provider”, and press ‘Load standard settings’ on the right (see image 1 below).

Click on the pencil by “Merchant number”, and enter your merchant number. You can find your merchant number in the ePay administration via the menu Settings -> Payment system.

Click on the blue disk at the top of the page to save your settings.

3. Test the payment module

The domain from which you’re testing must be registered correctly in your ePay administration via the menu Settings -> Payment system. If the domain is not registered correctly, ePay cannot show the payment window to the customer.

Make a purchase in your shop to test the module. See an example of the payment window below.

When you’ve completed the payment, the order process is done. You’ve received the order in your store, and ePay’s received the payment information.