Integration procedure

During integration, the Merchant needs to execute the following steps in order:

1

Review the payment acceptance principles.

2

Select a preferred payment option and, on this basis, determine the payment procedure.

3

Describe the required functionality

Example: payments executed on merchant side, PCI DSS certification not required, 3-D Secure authentication required).

4

Request access to the Payture sandbox from the support service.

The request must include:
  • — Merchant company name
  • — preferred payment option
  • — required functionality
  • — URL address of the notifications (asynchronous responses) processing service

If card data is to be entered on the Payture side, provide URL of webpage to which the user will be redirected after his payment attempt.

As a result, the Merchant will get the parameters of sandbox access (Key, Password).

5

Implement fetching of the following API commands on the Merchant side, according to the specifications of the chosen API interface (Payture API, Payture InPay, Payture eWallet):

  • — charging user’s card
  • — returning the funds charged from the user card
  • — unblocking funds on the user’s card
  • — requesting current payment status

If payment option with card registration (eWallet interface) was selected, additional commands may be required for card and clients management purposes.

6

Implement processing of Payture responses

  • — Synchronous (response to command fetching)
  • — Asynchronous (notifications on the results of executing the commands)>
7

Inform the bank, or Payture representative in charge of contract signing, that you are ready to get commercial access to the Payture gateway and to start accepting payments.

The message to the bank must include the following information:
  • — URL address of the notifications (asynchronous responses) processing service
  • — If card data input is to be entered on the Payture side, provide URL of return webpage to which the user will be redirected after his payment attempt.
  • — If card data is to be entered on the Payture side or using the iFrame technology, the page templates created by the Merchant will also be required.

As a result, the Merchant will get:

  • — Parameters for commercial access (VWID, Key, Password – in the form of an SMS to the Merchant’s representative’s cell phone
  • — Commercial service host name (Host)
  • — parameters for accessing the Merchant Account through the Web interface (login, access password , refund/cancellation password ). The passwords will be sent via SMS to the Merchant’s authorized agent.

If you have successfully performed all 7 steps of the integration procedure, your website is now ready to start working with Payture payment processing solution. Enjoy!

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