Integrate Gravity Forms with the DPS Payment Express PxPay credit card payment gateway
DPS PxPay is a hosted Credit Card payment gateway. DPS Payment Express is one of Australasia's leading online payments solutions providers.
No. This plugin adds a DPS Payment Express PxPay payment gateway to Gravity Forms so that you can add online payments to your forms. You must purchase and install a copy of the Gravity Forms plugin too.
Any Gravity Forms license will do. You can use this plugin with the Personal, Business or Developer licenses.
Gravity Forms DPS PxPay enables you to store two pairs of User ID and User Key credentials. When you first signup for a PxPay account with DPS you will likely be issued development or testing credentials. Later, when you want to go live with your site, you will need to request a new User ID and User Key from DPS. Sandbox mode enables you to switch between your live and test credentials. If you only have testing credentials, both your User ID and Test ID and User Key and Test Key should be identical. In this instance, Sandbox mode can be switched either On or Off.
Standard Gravity Forms submission logic applies. The customer will either be shown your chosen confirmation message, directed to a nominated page on your website or sent to a custom URL.
Successful transaction details including the DPS PxPay transaction number and bank authcode are shown in the Info box when you view the details of a form entry in the WordPress admin.
Browse to your Gravity Form, select Notifications and use the Insert Merge Tag dropdown (Payment Amount, Transaction Number and Auth Code will appear under Custom at the very bottom of the dropdown list).
NB: these custom merge tags will only work if notifications are only sent after payment is accepted.
Use your Gravity Forms Settings page to select the currency type to pass to DPS. Please ensure your currency type is supported by DPS
DPS PxPay supports two transaction types - Purchase and Auth. The Gravity Forms DPS PxPay plugin only supports the Purchase transaction type
This is a common problem in local testing environments. Please read this post for more information.
The plugin will run in shared hosting environments, but requires PHP 5 with the following modules enabled (talk to your host). Both are typically available because they are enabled by default in PHP 5, but may be disabled on some shared hosts.