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Shopware 6.3 payment plugin for AfterPay and Buy Now Pay Later

Shopware is a popular e-commerce platform. We have developed a module that easily integrates with a Shopware-based webshop. It is a simple way to let your customers start using AfterPay at checkout. You don't need advanced technical skills to add AfterPay to your Shopware webshop!

Website:
https://docs.shopware.com/en

Type:
Plugin


Introduction

This guide describes the functionalities of the AfterPay module for Shopware and how to set up the plugin in your webshop.

We offer 3 different payment options:

The payment methods that are available via this plugin can be found in this table:

Setup

This document assumes that you already have a working webshop that uses Shopware (version 6 or above). If you don't, you can download the software and learn how to use it here.

What you need

  1. A Shopware instance, installed on your webserver.
  2. An API key.

You will also need to include the AfterPay logos and Terms & Conditions / Privacy Policy links in your webshop's design, especially the Checkout page.

Basic configuration

API settings

Payment method settings

Available payment methods:

For detailed definitions of the available payment methods please see the Introduction.

The availability of payment methods defers per country because of local demand and legislation. The currently available payment methods per country can be seen in the Introduction chapter.




Testing

After completing the setup of the module the next step is to test the connection.

Standard test scenarios

Please submit the following test scenarios. To check your own test transactions proceed to paragraph check test order. Complete the table with your order numbers and send it to your AfterPay Implementation Manager. You can put multiple test cases in one order but please refer to the right order number after each testcase.

# Test case Order number
1. Test an order with multiple products
2. Test an order with a fixed discount
3. Test an order with a percentual discount
4. Test an order with a shipping fee
5. Test an order with an alternate delivery address
6. Test an order with pick-up points (if applicable)
7. Test an order with store pick-up (if applicable)
8. Test an order with a house number addition
9. Test and make sure the VAT is correcly received by AfterPay
10. Test an order with a payment fee if applicable (not recommended to be used)

Payment method scenarios

After you tested all standard scenarios for the 14 day invoice you should start testing the other payment methods you activated. Please complete the tables with your order numbers and send it to your AfterPay Implementation Manager.



If you want to integrate Direct Debit please proceed with this test order:

# Test case Order number
D-1. Test an order with the Direct Debit payment method



If you want to integrate Instalments please proceed with these test orders:

# Test case Order number
I-1. Test an order with 3 month instalments
I-2. Test an order with 6 month instalments (if applicable)
I-3. Test an order with 12 month instalments (if applicable)

Customer facing messages

It is also necessary to check if the error messages are correctly shown to the customer.

Check test order

You are able to verify the transactions on the AfterPay side by yourself. You can do this with the "GET ORDER" call. You can send these calls for example with Postman. The response will show you how the transactions a registered on the AfterPay side. Documentation for the "GET ORDER" call can be found below.

GET /api/v3/orders/{orderNumber}

Returns the contents of the specified order

Visual guidelines

In this chapter we will explain the AfterPay visual guidelines you need to apply to your webshop.

Logos and banners

For convenience and a familiar customer experience, please integrate/enclose the AfterPay logo in your Checkout next to the payment method. Please refer to our Merchant Playbook for full details on how to make the customer experience smooth and frictionless.

When Implementing the AfterPay logo throughout the shopping experience please ensure you are using our URL, not by downloading the image. The AfterPay logos are hosted on a Content Delivery Network (CDN) to ensure the best performance and availability for your website. Furthermore, you do not have to care about changes, which are all done by AfterPay.

We provide two types of logos through our CDN - .svg and .png. We recommend using the AfterPay logo as a .svg file with regard to the quality and size of the file. If you prefer .png just change the end of the URL to .png. We also offer the AfterPay logo in different color schemes. Depending on your individual website background, choose the AfterPay logo that fits best.

Description Copy URL Logo
AfterPay Checkout Logo in SVG, 4.3Kb https://cdn.myafterpay.com/logo/AfterPay_logo_checkout.svg AfterPay Checkout Logo in SVG, 4.3Kb
AfterPay Black Logo in SVG, 5.44Kb https://cdn.myafterpay.com/logo/AfterPay_logo_black.svg AfterPay Black Logo in SVG, 5.44Kb
AfterPay White Logo in SVG, 5.61Kb https://cdn.myafterpay.com/logo/AfterPay_logo_white.svg AfterPay White Logo in SVG, 5.61Kb

Terms and conditions

AfterPay mandates that it is mandatory for a consumer to be presented with AfterPay's terms and conditions and Privacy Policy upon checkout. Thus the option to display the T&C should be always enabled in the plugin configuration. In certain cases where you would like to incorporate the AfterPay T&C and Privacy Policy within your own Terms and Conditions, this must be done only with approval from AfterPay's legal counsel. After approval include the country specific T&C and Privacy Policy resources.




Go-live

In this chapter, we will explain which steps you need to take to enable the payment method on production.

Configure live mode

Once you and your Implementation Manager are satisfied with the validation of account setup and testing, you will get a Live Auth key and can start offering AfterPay to your customers!

Note, you will only get the Live Auth Key after you have signed the contract with AfterPay.

Done

Congratulations! You just went live with your AfterPay connection. Please notify your AfterPay Implementation Manager that you went live. If you encounter any issues in the upcoming week you can contact your AfterPay Implementation Manager. After that period you can contact our local Merchant desk for help.

Introduction to the AfterPay Merchant Portal

You can go to the Merchant Portal here. Once logged in, you will also see an in-depth guide on how to make the most of your portal.

In the merchant portal you can:

Manage your orders

Orders

View details of an order

Capture

Manual capture

Auto capture

The automatic capture can be set via the Basic Configurations, described in the second chapter of this guide.

Scheduled tasks with cronjob

The AfterPay module for Shopware makes use of scheduled tasks to capture orders automatically. A 'capture' initiates the invoicing process towards the customer and should start after orders are being shipped. The scheduled task checks if orders are ready to be captured, and if so executes the capture request.

The scheduled task relies on the Shopware system and most probably are already configured on your Shopware environment because other modules make use of this as well. If not, or if you are not sure that this is done, it is best to take a look at the Shopware documentation. It describes how a scheduled task should be configured in your server environment.

If this is all configured, the AfterPay module will add an entry to the database table 'scheduledtask' identified as 'coloafterpay.capturepaymenttask', normally with the status 'scheduled' or 'queued'. If there is an issue with this scheduled task, then the status will be 'error'. And if so, you should look into the 'var/log' directory to see if there are any descriptions of the problem.