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Only four of the six configuration options can be altered, as the final two require
further development of the e-Commerce project for Drupal, and are there to serve as
a place holder for the future features.
iTransact client ID—This is the ID provided by the gateway.
iTransact client password—This is the password for the gateway.
Credit card payment page—This is the page on our store that contains the
payment details, automatically done via Drupal e-Commerce.
Thank you page—This contains the location of the thank-you page on our site.
The CVV field is required.
The Address field is required.
WorldPay has quite a number of configuration options, including:
Installation ID—This is the installation ID assigned by WorldPay.
Testing Mode—Sets whether the test modes are used or not.
Currency code—This is the option where we enter the code such as USD or
GBP for the currency we are using.
WorldPay minimum amount—This is the minimum amount of the order
before WorldPay should be available to the customer to use.
WorldPay processing URL—This is the web address the customer is sent to
on WorldPay's site to submit payment.
Thank you page / World pay callback URL—This contains the location of the
page on our site where the customer is directed to after:
Worldpay_callback—Payment completed message
Worldpay_callback—Order cancelled message
Worldpay_callback—Server validation check failed message
Switching debug mode on.
We can now take payment from a lot of potential customers with the
payment gateway set up; now let's look at one of the final parts to the order