Before you begin to integrate Shopify with the Adyen payments platform, make sure that you have performed the following steps:
- Sign up for a test account with Adyen at https://www.adyen.com/signup.
You will receive login credentials to your test account, and we will reach out to you to discuss your needs.
- Apply for a live account with Adyen. For more information, refer to Apply for a live account.
Once we have reviewed and approved your application, we will send you a contract with confirmation of the pricing and commercial terms. After the contract is signed, you will receive an email with login credentials to your live account.
We recommend that you start integrating with Adyen only after you have been in touch with a sales representative to ensure that we can support your business model.
Configure Adyen in Shopify
- In your Shopify admin, go to Settings > Payments.
- In the Adyen section, select Edit, and fill out the following fields:
|Use test mode||
Select this if you want to connect to the Adyen test platform.
In test mode, you can test your integration with test cards.
Your web service (ws) username from Adyen Customer Area. To find this:
If you're in test mode, enter here your ws username from the test Customer Area.
Your web service (ws) password from Adyen Customer Area. To generate this:
If you're in test mode, enter here your ws password from the test Customer Area.
Name of your Adyen merchant account for which the payments will be processed. You can find this in the top-right corner of your Adyen Customer Area.
For more information on Adyen Account Structure, refer to Company and merchant accounts.
Select Automatically capture payment for orders.
|Cards accepted||Select the credit cards that you want to use.|
For the integration to work, you need to have manual capture enabled in your Adyen Customer Area. To check whether this is the case:
- Log in to your Adyen Customer Area with your merchant-level account.
- Go to Account > Settings.
- Make sure that Capture Delay is set to manual.