Integrate Drupal Commerce and Cybercom Pay
Trexle connects Drupal Commerce to Cybercom Pay and 100+ other payment gateways using a single plugin for one time annual fee
Cybercom Pay and Drupal Commerce Integration Guide
For CyberCom Pay integration, you will need the following credentials: API Key and the Merchant ID
To obtain these credentials, log in to your CyberCom Merchant Console.
Once you are logged on, click on “Settings”
Under Settings, scroll down to find API credentials. Click on API credentials.
Your API key and Merchant ID can be found under API Credentials
Take the credentials you just obtained from Cybercom Pay and navigate to Trexle dashboard, click Payments Gateways and select Cybercom Pay from the drop down menu as shown below.
Fill into your Cybercom Pay credential and click Add Gateway. Click the Activate button next to Cybercom Pay, and it will give you a success message and the button will turn into green. You should see something like below.
After adding the Drupal Commerce module to your site, browse into Administration > Commerce > Configuration > Payment gateways. Configure the settings and insert your API key like the following screen.
Make a test product and test the checkout process.
Fill in the payment details using a test credit card.
Cybercom Pay Supported Countries
Cybercom Pay Supported Payment Processing Actions
✔ Card Store
Trexle is a powerful online recurring subscription billing platform that integrate Cybercom Pay and other +100 payment gateways with Drupal Commerce and other dozen of e-commerce platforms.
About Cybercom Pay
CyberCom Pay (former Swipe HQ) is a market leader in payment processing services, helping hundreds of New Zealand entrepreneurs take control of their business with a secure online payment solution which is both simple and cost-effective. It aims to simplify payments for merchants, for both online payments and credit card processing.
About Drupal Commerce
Drupal Commerce is open-source eCommerce software that augments the content management system Drupal. Within the context of a Drupal-based site, Drupal Commerce presents products for purchase; walks customers through the checkout process; keeps track of invoices, receipts, orders, and payments; facilitates shipping and payment; and performs other functions needed by online merchants.