Follow the guidance for setting up a connection with Procard payment service provider.
Set Up Account¶
Step 1: Contact Procard support manager¶
Step 2: Get credentials¶
You require your merchant ID (
MerchantID), merchant key (
MerchantKey), and a certificate file with a password to it in the .p12 format. After obtaining, you should convert the .p12 certificate file to the set of the .pem files: for the Private Key, the Certificate, and the Client Certificate separately.
The console commands' example (for the Linux OS or MacOs)
# the Private key openssl pkcs12 -in <file.p12> -out filekey.pem -nocerts -nodes # the Certificate openssl pkcs12 -in <file.p12> -out filecert.pem -clcerts -nodes -nokeys # the Client Certificate openssl pkcs12 -in <file.p12> -out fileCA.pem -cacerts -nodes -nokeys
If your Merchant Key is not specified, it matches the Certificate password.
Connect H2H Merchant Account¶
Step 1. Connect H2H account at the Corefy Dashboard¶
Press Connect at Procard Provider Overview page in 'New connection' and choose H2H Merchant account option to open Connection form.
- Merchant ID
- Merchant Key
- Bank Account (IBAN) for payments
Choose Test Mode for test connection with Procard, and the Dynamic Descriptor option if you if you want to allow changing in the payment description.
Upload the prepared key and certificates files.
Choose Currency and Features. You can set these parameters according to available currencies and features for your Procard account, but it is necessary to check details of the connection with your Corefy account manager.
You have connected Procard H2H merchant account!
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