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README.md

WooCommerce Viva Wallet Payment Gateway

The WooCommerce Viva Wallet Payment Gateway provides a PCI compliant payment processing integration between WooCommerce and Viva Wallet. Payments take place securely off-site on Viva's servers, providing an easy and secure payment integration.

This plugin implements the Redirect Checkout method which sends the customer to the Viva Wallet website to enter payment details. This alleviates the security burden of PCI compliance since payment data is handled on Viva Wallet servers. Note that since your site never handles payment data, an SSL certificate is not needed.

Is This Free?

Yes, it's free. But here's what you should really care about:

  • The code adheres to the WordPress Coding Standards and follows WooCommerce best practices and conventions.
  • The status of a successful transaction is verified. The gateway does not blindly trust the return url being called, or the content of a Webhook notification.
  • Viva Wallet Webhooks are supported. If you configure Webhook settings correctly, the status of an order will automatically change when a refund is issued from the My Sales > Sales page of your Viva Wallet account panel.
  • The implementation supports the WooCommerce Refunds API. This means that you can issue partial or full refunds directly from within an order, without leaving your WooCommerce store.
  • All gateway activity is logged.

In short, this is the most complete WooCommerce Viva Wallet Gateway implementation to date.

What's the Catch?

This is a non-commercial plugin. As such:

  • Development time for it is effectively being donated and is therefore, limited.
  • Support inquiries may not be answered in a timely manner.
  • Critical issues may not be resolved promptly.

If you:

  • have a customization/integration requirement, or
  • want to see another feature added, e.g. support for tokens or recurring payments,

...then we'd love to hear from you!

Please understand that this repository is not a place to seek help with configuration-related issues. Use it to report bugs, propose improvements, or discuss new features.

Installation

  • Download a .zip file with the latest version.
  • Go to WordPress Admin > Plugins > Add New.
  • Click Upload Plugin at the top.
  • Choose File and select the .zip file you downloaded in Step 1.
  • Click Install Now and Activate the extension.

Configuration

To accept payments using the WooCommerce Viva Wallet gateway, you must:

  • Have a valid Viva Wallet business/merchant account.
  • Link the gateway with your Viva Wallet business/merchant account by configuring the gateway settings at WooCommerce > Settings > Checkout > Viva Wallet.

To configure the Viva Wallet gateway settings, follow these steps:

1. Create a Payment Source

To accept payments from your WooCommerce website, a Viva Wallet Payment Source must be linked to your store. To create a new Payment Source for your website:

  1. Log into your Viva Wallet business/merchant account panel.
  2. Go to My Sales > Payment Sources.
  3. Click New Website/App to create a new source.
  4. Fill in the Domain Name field, e.g. mysite.gr.
  5. Ensure that Redirection is selected under Integration Method.
  6. Enter ?wc-api=wc_gateway_viva&result=success in the Success URL field.
  7. Enter ?wc-api=wc_gateway_viva&result=failure in the Failure URL field.

2. Configure Your Merchant ID, API Key and Payment Source

  1. Log into your Viva Wallet business/merchant account panel.
  2. Go to Settings > API Access > General.
  3. Note down your Merchant ID and API Key.
  4. Go to My Sales > Payment Sources.
  5. Note down the Code field of the Website/App source linked to your WooCommerce store. If you haven't done so already, create a New Website/App source for your WooCommerce store.
  6. Log into your website Dashboard and go to WooCommerce > Settings > Checkout > Viva Wallet.
  7. Fill in the Merchant ID, API Key and Payment Source fields.
  8. Click Save.
  9. A Merchant ID and API Key validation successful message should be displayed -- if not, go back to Step 8 and check that all details have been entered correctly.

3. Set Up Viva Wallet Webhooks

Viva Wallet can be configured to notify your store each time a specific event takes place, e.g. a refund. To enable these notifications, you need to log into your Viva Wallet account and configure Wehooks.

With Webhooks configured correctly, order status will automatically change from processing or completed to refunded when a full refund is issued from the My Sales > Sales page of your Viva Wallet account panel.

To configure Webhooks:

  1. Log into your Viva Wallet business/merchant account panel.
  2. Go to Settings > API Access > Webhooks.
  3. Click Create Webhook.
  4. In the URL field, enter your website URL, followed by ?wc-api=wc_gateway_viva, e.g. http://mysite.gr/?wc-api=wc_gateway_viva.
  5. Check the Active option.
  6. Choose the Transaction Payment Created Event Type.
  7. Save the Webhook. Now orders will change from pending to processing or completed when a pending transaction is completed.
  8. Go back to Step 3 and create another identical Webhook. This time, choose the Transaction Reversal Created Event Type.
  9. Save the Webhook. Now orders will change from processing or completed to refunded when a full refund is issued from the My Sales > Sales page.