Adyen Payment plugin for Magento2
Use Adyen's plugin for Magento 2 to offer frictionless payments online, in-app, and in-store.
The plugin integrates card component(Secured Fields) using Adyen Checkout for all card payments. Local/redirect payment methods are integrated with DirectoryLookup and HPP. For Point Of Sale (POS) payments we use Terminal API using Cloud-based communication. Boleto and SEPA are a direct API integration into Adyen.
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Inside Adyen toggle the following settings on inside the API and Responses section (settings -> API and Responses)
- Recurring details
- Card summary
- Expiry date
This plugin supports Magento2 version
- 2.2.9 and higher
- 2.3.1 and higher
We strongly encourage you to join us in contributing to this repository so everyone can benefit from:
- New features and functionality
- Resolved bug fixes and issues
- Any general improvements
Read our contribution guidelines to find out how.
You can install our plugin through Composer:
composer require adyen/module-payment bin/magento module:enable Adyen_Payment bin/magento setup:upgrade
For more information see our installation section
Make sure that your Magento cron is running every minute. We are using a cronjob to process the notifications (our webhook service) and to update Adyen servers' IP addresses. The cronjobs will be executed every minute.
<group id="adyen_payment"> <job name="adyen_payment_process_notification" instance="Adyen\Payment\Model\Cron" method="processNotification"> <schedule>*/1 * * * *</schedule> </job> <job name="adyen_payment_server_address_caching" instance="Adyen\Payment\Cron\ServerIpAddress" method="execute"> <schedule>*/1 * * * *</schedule> </job> </group>
The notification processing service queries the records that have been received at least 2 minutes ago. This is to ensure that Magento has created the order, and all save after events are executed. A handy tool to get insight into your cronjobs is AOE scheduler. You can download this tool through Magento Connect or GitHub.
If you need to setup your cronjob in Magento this is described here
If you have a feature request, or spotted a bug or a technical problem, create a GitHub issue. For other questions, contact our support team.
This module is using the Adyen APIs Library for PHP for all (API) connections to Adyen. This library can be found here
MIT license. For more information, see the LICENSE file.