Setup Adyen Payment for Magento 2

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  1. To integrate Adyen with Magento 2, you will need to follow these steps:

Setup Adyen Payment for Magento 2

Adyen is a payment processing platform that allows merchants to accept a wide range of payment methods, including credit and debit cards, mobile wallets, and local payment methods. Adyen also provides fraud protection, reporting, and other features to help merchants manage their payment operations.

To integrate Adyen with Magento 2, you will need to follow these steps:

  1. Sign up for an Adyen account and obtain your API credentials. You will need these credentials to connect Adyen to your Magento 2 store.

  2. Install the Adyen Magento 2 extension from the Magento Marketplace or from the Adyen website.

  3. Configure the extension by specifying your Adyen API credentials and other settings. This will allow the extension to connect to your Adyen account and enable Adyen as a payment method in your Magento 2 store.

  4. Test the integration to make sure everything is working correctly. This will involve placing a test order using Adyen as the payment method and verifying that the transaction is processed correctly.

1. Create API user - Adyen

  1. Login
  2. Access - Developers > API credentials > Create new credential > click to Save without fill form
  3. Tab Origin key + Allowed origins: add store domain
  4. Tab Authentication: 
    1. Click > Generate New API Key + copy API key (*1)
    2. Copy Client Key (*2)
    3. Copy password (*3)
  5. Tab: User Account Details: copy username (*4)
  6. Click > Save

2. Add system config - Magento

  1. Install Adyen module
  2. Access - Stores > Configuration > Sale > Payment Methods
  3. Access - Adyen All-in-One Payment Solutions > Required Settings
    1. Merchant Account: NameOfAccount
    2. Notification User Name:  (*4)
    3. Notification Password: (*3)
    4. API key for Test: (*1)
    5. Client key for Test: (*2)
  4. Click > Save Config

And don't forget to flush the cache for Magento. After completing these steps, you should be able to accept payments via Adyen in your Magento 2 store. You can manage your Adyen transactions and settings from the Magento 2 admin panel, and you can use the Adyen dashboard to view detailed reports and analytics.

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