Woo-Commerce Working Process

Step 1:

First of all, go to the Woo-Commerce site’s admin panel. Then upload the woo-commerce plugin (zip file).

See figure 1 –

Add New Plugin

Figure 1: Add New Plugin

 

Step 2: Then, Go to the Woo-Commerce Setting and then Payment Method and enable the plugin.

See figure 2 –

Payment Method Setting

Figure 2: Payment Method Setting

 

Step 3: After that, you have to configure the plugin. So, click on the plugin and give appropriate information.

You have to give Client id and Secret key of Express Merchant Account. This is the key part.

See figure 3 –

Merchant Credentials

Figure 3: Merchant Credentials

Step 4:

To get the client id and secret key open the paymoney.techvill.org (Your site) in another browser (This is important). And, logged in as a merchant and navigate to merchants.

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Figure 4: How to get Express Merchant's credentials

Figure 4: How to get Express Merchant’s credentials

 

Client Id and Secret Key

Figure 5: Client Id and Secret Key

 

Step 5: While checkout from the woo-commerce site make sure that payment method is Paymoney.

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Checkout with Paymoney

Figure 6: Checkout with Paymoney

 

You can change the title and description from the Woo-Commerce plugin setting in the Woo-Commerce Admin panel.

See figure 7 –

Changing Payment Method Name

Figure 7: Changing Payment Method Name

 

Step 6: After clicking on place order you will be redirected to Paymoney (Your site) page and asked you to log in. Make sure that not to give the same merchant credentials while login there, as user cannot pay to himself.

See figure 8 –

Redirecting to Paymoney Site

Figure 8: Redirecting to Paymoney Site

 

Step 7: Finally, you can cancel and confirm your payment.

If you don’t have sufficient money on Paymoney, the order will not be successful.

Otherwise, it will deduct your money and the order will be successful.

See figure 9 –

Payment Form

Figure 9: Payment Form

  • Case 1(Insufficient balance):
Insufficient balance

Figure 10: Insufficient balance

  • Case 2(Sufficient balance):

    Sufficient balance

    Figure 11: Sufficient balance

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