Sana Commerce 9.3
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Configure Mollie in Sana Admin

When the Mollie payment provider is installed and configured in the Mollie Dashboard, it should be also configured in Sana Admin.

Step 1: In Sana Admin click: Apps > Add-ons. When the Mollie add-on is installed, you can configure it from any tab on the "Add-ons" page by clicking on the Configure button .

Step 2: Enter the Test/Live API key. The Test/Live API keys are available on the Mollie Dashboard, click Developers > API keys. Copy the necessary key and insert it in the API Key field in Sana Admin.

Step 3: Enter the webhook debug domain, where Mollie will send payment status updates to. Webhooks are used to process real-time payment status updates, for example when a payment is paid.


Webhook debug domain is used only on test Sana environments running on the local domain.

If you install the Sana web store on the test environment running on local domain and you want to check the payment statuses via Mollie payment provider, then you should use the webhook debug domain for your web site which should be available for Mollie externally. In this case, instead of your local domain Mollie will use the webhook debug domain to send the payment status updates.

The example of local domain: http://sana.test.local
The example of webhook debug domain which will be used by Mollie instead of the local domain:

Webhook debug domain can be also used together with ngrok in order to test payment statuses on the local web site.

For more information, see the official Mollie documentation: "Webhooks".