A payment gateway is a technology used by merchant(s) to accept debit or credit card purchases from customers. The term includes not only the physical card-reading devices found in retail stores, but also the payment processing portals found in online stores.
The following tutorial will guide you through how to configure payment gateways using Ottu dashboard.
Log into Ottu dashboard and launch administration panel by clicking on the three dots located at page right corner.
Navigate to the gateway setting under gateway tab.
Click on (Add Settings) and choose the required Payment gateway (PG).
Fill the required fields, then click save.
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Select the required Gateway.
Purchase: Money deducted from card Auth: Money is just authorized and can be subsequently charged later from the card by another operation from Ottu.
This will display the available operations post saving payment gateway configurations, based on the selected operation(s).
Define the required currency configuration which determines the default currency for this PG, and how to work with foreign currency.
Sandbox: An intermediate environment built for testing purposes, will be excluded from the live reports. Production: live environment where the real action(s) going on.
Give these configurations a name, i.e (myPG).
Where PG should be active.
Upload the PG logo, if not uploaded by merchant then the default logo will be there.
Unchecking this option will hide the PG payment method from the customer end, so payment methods should be available to enable payment (Apple Pay, Samsung Pay, etc.).
These credentials depend on the PG type, and should be provided by the bank.