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Overview

Payment Gateways are services that will allow you and your customers to send and receive payments over the Internet. Currently, Jazva is fully integrated with Authorize.net, PayPal, Payment XP and Stripe. You can create as many payment gateways as you’d like.

Multiple payment gateways can be defined and subsequently linked to appropriate web-stores. Each gateway can be used at one or multiple stores.

In addition to credit card transactions, you can set up PayPal accounts to be used for your web-store. PayPal Pro accounts can be utilized for both: regular PayPal payments as well as credit card payments.

Even if you are not planning on selling on your own web-store, you might still need to set up a payment gateway in order to process returns or phone and walk-in orders.

Authorize.net

How to Get Your Authorize.net Access Credentials

  1. Login to your Authorize.net account.
  2. Go to Account and select Settings.
  3. Select API Login ID and Transaction Key.
  4. Answer your Secret Question and click Submit.

Your API ID and Transaction key can now be retrieved.

Setting Up Authorize.net on Jazva

  1. From the main menu, navigate to Setup > Financials and select Payment Gateways.
  2. Click Add Payment Gateway and select Authorize.net from the dropdown.
  3. Complete the required fields and options.
    • Name – the name of the gateway for your reference.
    • Username – enter your Authorize.net API Login ID.
    • Secret– enter your Authorize.net API Transaction Key.
  4. Click Save.
  5. Click Active to complete setup.

 

PayPal Basic and Pro

How to Get Your PayPal Access Credentials

  1. Login to your PayPal account.
  2. Click Profile and select Profiles and Settings.
  3. Go to My Selling Tools and click Update in-line with the API Access option.
  4. In the NVP/SOAP API Integration section, click View API Signature.
  5. Your API credentials will be displayed. You may copy and paste into Jazva as needed.

Setting Up PayPal on Jazva

  1. From the main menu, go to Setup > Financials and select Payment Gateways.
  2. Click Add a Payment Gateway and select PayPal Pro or PayPal Basic from the dropdown.
  3. Complete the required fields and options:
    • Name – the name of the gateway for your reference.
    • Usernameenter your PayPal API Username.
    • Secret – enter your PayPal API Password
    • Email – the email address registered with the PayPal account.
    • Signature – the Paypal API Signature.
  4. Click Save.
  5. Click Activate to complete setup.

 

Payment XP

  1. From the main menu, go to Setup > Financials and select Payment Gateways.
  2. Click Add a Payment Gateway and select Payment XP from the dropdown.
  3. Complete the required fields and options:
    • Name – the name of the gateway for your reference.
    • Username - enter your Payment XP username
    • Secret – enter your Payment XP password.
  4. Click Save.
  5. Click Activate to complete setup.

 

Stripe

How to Get Your Stripe Access Credentials

  1. Login to your Stripe account.
  2. Click on My Account.
  3. Go to API Keys
  4. Copy the “Live Secret Key”

Setting Up Stripe on Jazva

  1. From the main menu, go to Setup > Financials and select Payment Gateways.
  2. Click Add a Payment Gateway and select Stripe from the dropdown.
  3. Complete the required fields and options:
    • Name – the name of the gateway for your reference.
    • Secret – enter your Stripe "Live Secret Key."
  4. Click Save.
  5. Click Activate to complete setup.

 

Editing an Existing Payment Gateway

  1. Open an existing payment gateway.
  2. Edit the fields you'd like to make changes to.
  3. Click Update to save your changes.

 

Deactivating or Deleting a Payment Gateway

  1. Open an existing payment gateway.
  2. Click Deactivate to turn off the payment gateway.
  3. You can delete a gateway completely by clicking the Deactivate dropdown and selecting Delete.

 

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