2.1 PrestaShop Plugin | Getting start with the mandatory configurations
Modified on: Tue, Jul 4, 2023 at 1:47 PM
PayTabs plugins make the integration with the PayTabs payment gateway very easy by providing a ready-made and easy-to-install plugin that enables you to be ready and go with a few steps to get you up and running with your business.
In this solution article, you will learn the minimum configurations for the PrestaShop plugin to be integrated correctly with your PayTabs account. To perform so, kindly follow the steps clarified below:
From your PrestaShop admin panel, navigate toImprove > Modules > Module Manager.
Select the preferred payment method from the listed available PayTabs payment methods.
Then, click the edit button to configure the plugin.
After that, you can enable the payment method by choosing the "Yes" option
Then, choose your Paytabs endpoint region (the region your Paytabs account is registered at)
You will have to provide enter your "Profile ID" and "Server Key" in the account information section on your configuration page. For more information about how to get your integration keys from your dashboard, please click here.
Click on the Save button to save your configurations.
If you have multiple currencies in your PayTabs profile, make sure to enable those currencies in your PrestaShop adminpanel.You can find the list of currencies from the PrestaShop admin panel > Improve > Modules > Payment > Preference. To know more you can check our Step 1.2 - PrestaShop | Currency Restrictions solution article.
Select Endpoint region
This option allows you to choose your PayTabs account's region, in which your PayTabs merchant account is registered/created at. To know more about how to get such information please check our What is my (Region)/(endpoint URL)? solution article.
In this field, you will have to provide a proper/active "Standard" server key from your API keys that exist in your merchant dashboard. To know more information about this and how to handle those keys please check ourHow to get my Authentication/Integration/API Keys? solution article.
By reaching this point, your plugin is supposed to be ready, and you can run on the ground with your business.