Integrate WooCommerce and Openpay
Trexle connects WooCommerce to Openpay and 100+ other payment gateways using a single plugin for one time annual fee
Openpay and WooCommerce Integration Guide
Credential you will need for Openpay integration are Merchant ID and Private Api key.
To get these credentials, go to your Openpay admin panel.
You will find the credentials by clicking the cog icon on the upper right corner of the screen, then select Credenciales de API
Identify the API credentials assigned to your merchant account.
Take the credentials you just obtained from Openpay and navigate to Trexle dashboard, click Payments Gateways and select Openpay from the drop down menu as shown below.
Fill into your Openpay credential and click Add Gateway. Click the Activate button next to Openpay, and it will give you a success message and the button will turn into green. You should see something like below.
Install WooTrexle WordPress plugin by navigating in your dashboard to Plugins/Add new, search for Trexle, install and activate. You can also download WooTrexle from WordPress or from Trexle Github Repository, unzip the plugin into your WordPress plugins directory and activate it.
In WooCommerce/Settings/Checkout, click on “Trexle” and configure the plugin and fill in your Trexle API keys. Click “Save”.
Create a test product, and test the normal customer checkout.
To simulate charging a card, Openpay provides the following valid numbers:
- 4111111111111111 Visa BANAMEX
- 4242424242424242 Visa BANCOMER
- 5555555555554444 MasterCard BANCO SANTANDER SERFIN
(Supports reward points)
- 5105105105105100 MasterCard SCOTIABANK
(Supports reward points)
- 345678000000007 AmericanExpress AMERICAN EXPRESS
- 341111111111111 AmericanExpress AMERICAN EXPRESS
- 343434343434343 AmericanExpress AMERICAN EXPRESS
Openpay Supported Countries
Openpay Supported Payment Processing Actions
✔ Card Store
Trexle is a powerful online recurring subscription billing platform that integrate Openpay and other +100 payment gateways with WooCommerce and other dozen of e-commerce platforms.
Openpay is a Mexican payment gateway that allows online merchants to accept payments online and through a mobile app, in a quick and easy way. Their service supports different business models like marketplaces, subscription-based payments, online stores, 3rd party payments, crowdfunding, mobile applications and many more.
WooCommerce is an open source e-commerce plugin for WordPress. It is designed for small to large-sized online merchants using WordPress. Launched on September 27, 2011, the plugin quickly became popular for its simplicity to install and customize and free base product.