Apruve has developed an Apruve payments extension for Magento. It allows your customers to choose Apruve as the payment method during the checkout process. Once the order is submitted we will take care of the invoicing and payments.
You can find the extension on the Magento Marketplace website (2.x).
The extension is 100% open source, so you can do whatever you need to make it work with your store. Think other Magento store owners would benefit from your improvements? Send us a pull request.
In the Magento Apruve configuration you have the choice of selecting one of two modes: Test or Production. We suggest that you test your store in Test mode first to ensure that the integration is working properly. Then you can switch it to Production and begin accepting orders.
If you want to integrate with Apruve's test or production (live) servers, you can contact us to get started.
You will receive an email containing a link to confirm the account - you'll need to confirm it before you can move forward and use it.
In this step, we'll add the Magento Extension for Apruve to your Magento store.
Visit the Magento Marketplace page for the extension 2.x ).
Click the "Add to Cart" button.
Go to the Checkout page.
Fill out the order form and click "Place Order".
Click the "Install" button from the order confirmation page, which will bring you to a page containing your access keys.
Then, click the "Copy" link to copy the key to your clipboard.
Now that the extension has been installed on your Magento store, we'll connect your Magento store to your account on
In your Magento Admin Panel, navigate to Stores -> Configuration -> Sales
On the left, click on Payment Methods.
Expand the Apruve Payment section.
Set Enabled to true and Test Mode to Yes if connecting to test.apruve.com. (set Test Mode to No if connecting to app.apruve.com)
You can find your Merchant ID by clicking on "Settings" and then on the "Technical" tab. Copy the Merchant ID to your clipboard.
Back in your Magento Admin Panel... paste in the value for your Merchant ID
Back In the Apruve window... Locate your API Key or follow the instructions to create one.
Copy the API Key to your clipboard
Back in your Admin Panel... paste in the value for your API Key
Save your configuration
Your Magento store is now connected to Apruve. The only thing left to do is to tell Apruve how to contact your store when someone pays for your shopper's purchase. This is done through something called a "Web Hook".
When you saved your Apruve Payment configuration in the Admin Panel, a Webhook URL was created. Copy this to your clipboard.
In the Apruve window... Pase the Webhook URL into the Notifications section.
Paste the Webhook URL in the field, and save.
Important - you will need to clear the Magento cache before you attempt to use Apruve as a payment method in checkout!
The Magento Extension for Apruve is now installed and configured.
Go through a complete transaction, selecting Apruve as the payment method.
Once the checkout process is complete, your order status should show Pending. This means your API Key and Merchant ID are configured correctly.
When the merchant logs into Magento admin and ships the item Apruve will create an invoice automatically for the items shipped and pass the shipping and invoice details to Apruve.
The invoices generated in Magento will be “Pending” status and when the invoice is closed in Apruve the status for invoice in Magento will change to “Paid”. This means your Webhook URL is configured correctly.
If all the items are shipped and invoiced, and the invoice is closed/paid the order status changes to “Complete” in Magento.
- Once shipped an invoice should not be canceled.
- Once an order is accepted in Apruve it cannot be canceled.
- Returns or Refunds need to be handled separately in Magento and Apruve
At this point, make sure you test anything else related to your payment and order processing to ensure it works as you expect with Apruve.
If you have any questions, drop us a line at [email protected].
And don't forget, all the source code for the extension can be found on our GitHub page.
Updated about 4 years ago