This guide is designed for web developers with Magento experience only. Installation support for our Magento integration is limited.
Because of the extensible nature of Magento, portions of this guide may need to be customized for your particular Magento environment. This guide has been written for a Linux-based installation (LAMP stack), running Magento 2.3.1
The Magento integration can be installed easily by a web developer or system administrator. The steps below will walk you through the process of installing the software in your environment.
1. Connect to your Magento webserver's file system.
For these steps, you'll need to have file-system access to your Magento webserver. Depending on your hosting environment, this may mean using your provider's own custom portal, or using a standard protocol (FTP, SSH, etc.).
Connect to this file-system (as your Magento file-system owner, if required).
2. Download the extension package.
The extension can be downloaded as a ZIP archive (attached to this page). Download the file, and save it to a temporary location on your webserver (e.g.
3. Unzip the archive.
Unzip the archive to the aforementioned location. The archive will have a structure similar to below:
4. Copy the necessary files
The structure within the
module-verosa folder should be copied in to your Magento root directory (e.g.
/var/www/html/magento - should contain an
app folder). Copy these files to this root directory, and repair file system permissions (if needed).
5. Upgrade your Magento database.
Upgrading your Magento database will add our schema to your Magento database, which is required for the extension to be loaded. This can be accomplished from the above root directory using the following command:
php bin/magento setup:upgrade.
6. Restart HTTP server/flush cache (if needed).
Depending on your environment, you may need to restart the HTTP server on your webserver, or flush your server's page cache. Refer to your environment for specific commands.
1. Log in to your Magento Admin portal.
Access your Magento Admin portal, and sign in as a user with appropriate permissions.
2. Open the Payment Type settings panel.
On the left-hand side, click the Stores icon, then the Configuration option. From the Configuration page, select the Sales heading, then the Payment Types option.
3. Enable the Verosa Payment extension.
Scroll down to the Verosa extension, and set the following settings accordingly:
- Enabled: Yes
- Company ID/User ID/Auth Key: (provided in your boarding documents)
In addition, adjust the Allowed Card Types and Payment Action option to match your merchant account. When finished, click Save.