In this manual we’ll explain how to setup Payvision on WordPress websites with the Pronamic Pay plugin.
Note: It is important you already have a contract/account with Payvision before you start with your configuration.
Connect Payvision with Pronamic Pay
Benodigde tijd: 15 minuten.
Step-by-step manual for connecting Payvision with the Pronamic Pay plugin.
- Install the Pronamic Pay plugin
Install the Pronamic Pay plugin by following the ‘Getting started with Pronamic Pay‘ manual.
- Create a Payvision configuration
Navigate to Pay » Configurations and create a new configuration. Give your configuration a title, for example “Payvision – [Business ID]”.
- Select the Payvision payment provider
Select ‘Payvision’ from the ‘Payment provider’ dropdown list and select ‘Test’ as Modus.
- Fill in the Payvision credentials
To connect with a Payvision account, fill in the following credentials as found on the page ‘Integration’ in the Payvision dashboard:
– Business ID
– Store ID
- Save the configuration
After filling in the credentials you can save the configuration.
- Test the configuration
You can test the configuration by doing a test payment from the ‘Test’ section in the configuration. Fill in an amount and click ‘Test’. You will be redirected to a simulation environment from Payvision to complete the test payment.
Certification before going live
Before being able to accept payments in the production environment, the integration needs to be certified by Payvision. For the iDEAL payment method, this requires test payments with different amounts and statuses. The status of a payment can be manually selected in the simulator for test payments. The following payments need to be made with the ING bank selected:
- € 10 with status ‘Success’
- € 20 with status ‘Failure’
- € 30 with status ‘Expired’
- € 40 with status ‘Cancelled’
The first payment needs to be refunded. This is currently not supported through Pronamic Pay, but can be done in the Payvision dashboard. After all tests have been completed, certification can be requested through the Certification page in the Payvision dashboard. After certification has been completed, Payvision will provide login credentials to the live portal and the correct settings (business ID, user and password) for a live configuration. To create a configuration for the live mode, follow the steps above and select ‘Live’ as mode.
Connect Payvision to WordPress e-commerce solutions
Congratulations, the configuration has been setup successfully! You can now connect the Payvision configuration with supported e-commerce plugins. Please check the ‘Getting started with Pronamic Pay‘ manual for the available WordPress e-commerce plugins.