The Sage Pay payment option lets customers pay you using a credit card or debit card.
You can set up Sage Pay payment by clicking Configuration in the shop management panel menu, clicking Sage Pay, and changing the following settings:
If you are creating a new Sage Pay account, choose the Server Protocol integration method. When asked for the server IP address, enter the server IP address shown on the Sage Pay page in the shop management panel. When asked for the server subnet mask, enter 255.255.255.255.
If you have an existing Sage Pay account, log in to the test version or the live version of My Sage Pay — you will need to carry out this procedure for both test and live modes — select Settings from the top menu, then select Valid IPs from the left menu. Note that the Settings link is only available for the administrator user account — if it does not appear, you have logged in with the incorrect user account. If the Valid IPs link does not appear then your account has not been set up for e-commerce transactions using the Server Protocol and you will need to contact Sage Pay support on 0845 1114455.
On the Valid IPs page, click Add. For the server IP address, enter the server IP address shown on the Sage Pay page in the shop management panel. For the server subnet mask, enter 255.255.255.255. Click Add to add the IP address.
To perform the test purchase, first ensure that Sage Pay is set to test mode on the Sage Pay page in the shop management panel. Go through the process of making a purchase from your shop, exactly as if you were a normal customer, choosing Sage Pay as the payment method. You will be taken to the Sage Pay test server to make a payment. The test server only accepts the following card details, which can be used with any customer name and start and expiry dates (so long as the start date is in the past and the expiry date is in the future):
|Card type||Card number||Issue||CV2||Address||Postcode|
If the test transaction is successful, you will be taken back to your shop and receive an e-mail confirming the transaction. After a successful test transaction, you must refund the payment through My Sage Pay before Sage Pay will permit you to go live. After refunding the transaction, your account will be set live after two hours (or you can contact Sage Pay Support to have it set live immediately).
Once Sage Pay have confirmed that you have gone live, you can switch to live mode on the Sage Pay page in the shop management panel. At this stage you may wish to make a real purchase from your shop and then void the transaction through My Sage Pay, in order to be completely certain that your account has gone live correctly.