Integrate some popular WordPress plugins with the eWAY credit card payment gateway
eWAY is a leading provider of online payments solutions for Australia, New Zealand and the UK. This plugin integrates with the Australian Direct Payments and Stored Payments gateways, so that your website can safely accept credit card payments.
Not yet. I know it can be done but I haven't had a website that needs it yet, so have not written the code for it.
Not yet. There are plans to integrate eWAY's Rapid Payments API sometime in 2013, so check back in a while.
No, this plugin only supports the legacy Direct Payments XML API.
Like Direct Payments, the purchase information is sent to eWAY for processing, but with Stored Payments it isn't processed right away. The merchant needs to login to their eWAY Business Centre to complete each transaction. It's useful for shops that do drop-shipping and want to delay billing. Most websites should have this option set to No.
Beagle Lite is a service from eWAY that provides a level of fraud protection for your transactions. It uses information about the IP address of the purchaser to suggest whether there is a risk of fraud. You must configure Beagle rules in your MYeWAY console before enabling Beagle in this plugin.
NB: You will also need to add a Country field to your checkout form. Beagle works by comparing the country of the address with the country where the purchaser is using the Internet; Beagle won't be used when checking out without a country selected.
NB: Beagle isn't available for Another WordPress Classifieds Plugin due to the way that plugin collects billing information.
Yes, if you deactivate the Gold Cart's eWAY payment gateway and activate this one. The settings from the Gold Cart payment gateway will be picked up by this gateway automatically (they are stored in the same places).
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.
Requires: 4.2 or higher
Compatible up to: 4.7.1
Last Updated: 2 months ago
Active Installs: 2,000+
0 of 1 support threads in the last two months have been marked resolved.
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