Our plugin for Magento gives you access to all the features of the Adyen payments platform in one integration. Accept all major global and local payment methods, store your shoppers' payment details for later payments, and use our risk management system. The plugin keeps the two platforms synchronized, so you can view transaction summaries in Magento, and switch to Adyen for more detailed reporting.
- Credit cards: accept credit card payments on your website and mobile application, without redirecting to an external website. Sensitive cardholder data is collected securely using our Card Component, which reduces your PCI DSS-compliance requirements.
- Dynamic 3D Secure 2 authentication, including AVS checks.
- Local payment methods: accept local payment methods including iDEAL, Sofort, Klarna, giropay, Google Pay, and many others.
- In-store payments: accept in-person payments from payment terminals.
- Backend orders: initiate backend orders (MOTO), with the option to use stored payment methods.
- Revenue Protect: use our risk management system to identify and block fraudsters, while reducing friction for legitimate shoppers. You can either fully automate the risk management process, or add manual review for certain payments.
- Adyen Giving : allow shoppers to donate to a chosen charity at checkout. This feature is available with card payments and iDeal payments.
- Multiple Address Shipping : enable this feature in the Magento environment and use it with our plugin. Our plugin supports cards and redirect payment methods in the multiple shipping flow. Wallets are not available yet.
- Pay by Link : on the Magento admin page, create a payment link and send this to the shopper by email. This feature is available from plugin version 7.3.0.
- Tokenization : offer returning shoppers a faster checkout experience by saving their card details, or implement subscription payments.
This documentation reflects the latest version of the plugin. You can find the latest version on GitHub. Our plugin supports the following:
- Magento version 2.3.0 or later.
We cannot offer support if you are not using the default Magento checkout. We do not recommend customizing the plugin, because this could make it harder to upgrade and maintain your integration. If you decide to customize, we recommend that you:
- Create an issue on GitHub if you want to suggest a new feature for the plugin.
- Keep track of the custom code added to your integration.
- Follow the customization best practices outlined by the Adobe Commerce DevDocs.
We provide three levels of support for major versions of the plugin:
- Level 1: Full support.
- Level 2: High priority bug fixes and security updates.
- Level 3: Security updates only.
|Major version||Release date||Level 1 support until||Level 2 support until||Level 3 support until|
|V6||March 2020||September 2021||March 2022||January 2023|
|V7||April 2021||September 2022||March 2023||September 2023|
|V8||November 2021||March 2023||September 2023||March 2024|
|V9 1||in development||12 months after release||18 months after release||24 months after release|
When the level 3 support period has ended, security updates will no longer be provided and Adyen support ends. You should upgrade to a later version or consider the plugin your own custom integration.
Manage orders and view transaction summaries in Magento, while switching to Adyen for more detailed reporting and conversion analytics – the two platforms are synchronized.
Optionally, you can customize which order statuses are triggered in Magento upon payment events happening on Adyen's side. For more information, refer to Order management.
Before you begin to integrate, make sure you have followed the Get started with Adyen guide to:
- Get an overview of the steps needed to accept live payments.
- Create your test account.
While you wait for your live account credentials, you can start integrating by using your test account:
- Set up your Adyen test Customer Area.
- Set up the plugin in Magento.
- Set up the payment methods in Magento.
- Use our test card numbers to make test payments for all payment methods that you want to offer.
Before going live, follow our go-live checklist to make sure you've got everything set up correctly.