To find the module settings, go to Jigoshop -> Settings in the menu, click on ’Payment Gateways’ in the top right corner, and find ePay on the list.
The name of the payment method. This is what the customers see at checkout, e.g. "Payment with credit card".
The description which the customers see at checkout.
The merchant number you received from ePay. You can find your merchant number in the ePay administration in the menu Settings -> Payment system.
This is activated if you’re using MD5. We recommend using MD5 to secure the data sent between your system and ePay.
If you’ve activated MD5 in ePay, you have to enter your key here (the same key you entered in your ePay administration). The keys must be perfectly identical in the two systems.
Payments are captured immediately if you enable this setting. You can only use instant capture if the customers receive their goods immediately as well, e.g. downloads or services.
|Determine if all payments should be processed as split payments. When using split payments, you can capture parts of the amount several times – for instance if the goods are dispatched individually. You can keep capturing until the full amount is reached. Read more about split payments here.|
Choose whether or not to place the transaction fee on the customer.
You can divide payments into different groups and limit your ePay users’ access to specific groups. A group is a name/string. If you don’t want to use groups, simply leave the field empty (default).
Enter your email address here if you want an email at every completed payment. If you have multiple recipients, separate the addresses with a semicolon (;). Leave the field empty if you don’t want to use this service.
Enable this to send the customer to a confirmation page after completed payment. You can define the confirmation page in Jigoshop – if not, a receipt is displayed in the payment window.