As we know Odoo comes fully integrated with Payment Gateways. It allows its end users to execute their transactions via different payment gateways such as Paypal, Ogone, Adyen, Buckaroo, Authorize.net, Stipe etc. Odoo provides the freedom to choose different payment options suiting one’s store. This way it provides the high degree of flexibility to the businesses to smoothly transact their businesses without any hurdles.
Here we release the new module that integrates the Odoo with relevant payment gateway called 2Checkout.
Via this integration, one can initiate the payment from Odoo itself rather than redirecting to the payment acquirer site.
When you install the module, you get the new payment acquirer 2Checkout.
Inside that payment acquirer form, one has to configure the following data.
> Seller id
> Public key
> Private key
You might be amused over where to get this details?
To avail of this details, you have to open your 2Checkout account.
and also, you can use the Sandbox service of 2Checkout for testing purpose.
Here you get the Seller id
(https://sandbox.2checkout.com/sandbox/api) and here you can find the Public and Private keys. This is for Sandbox account.
For 2Checkout account
Here you get the details (https://www.2checkout.com/va/api/)
After filling the configuration details, you are connected to the 2Checkout service.
Now we can check the use of this payment method.
At the time of customer payment in eCommerce portal, you can give them this payment option. At the payment screen, this payment method is also added if you necessitate publishing that payment acquirer.
Customers have to give their card details. Such as card number, expiry date and Card Verification Value (CVV) in the form.
If the transaction is successful, the customer is led to this page of confirmation. If not, the customer gets redirected to the cart again.
By this action, there occur three different processes.
Two processes in Odoo and One Process in 2 Checkout account.
In the backend of Odoo, the corresponding sale order and transaction is completed.
> Sales Order
In checkout, there is a sale is created for the same amount.
This image is the sale done in the sandbox account. If you are given the credentials of 2Checkout account, the sale is created in that account.